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Measuring Maintenance Performance



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Measuring Maintenance Performance Overview

Maintenance is one of your most controllable costs! It was estimated in 1981 that of the over 600 billion dollars per year spent on maintenance, well over one third was wasted. Waste due to poor management of resources . . . poor measurement and control of labor, material, capital! In the year 2000, the estimated maintenance spending increased to $1.2 trillion . . . do the math – how much is being wasted?

Not only that: Maintenance costs are higher than managers realize, because although they think the costs of doing maintenance are high, they don’t often realize the costs of not doing maintenance right are even higher ... perhaps as much as 15 to 40 percent of total product cost (due to the ‘hidden’ costs such as breakdowns, lost production, lost time, late delivery, disorder, poor quality, high rework)!

This 3-day, ‘hands-on’ dynamic workshop devoted to helping you understand how to improve maintenance through more effective measurement of its contribution to the overall mission. A seminar/workshop of practical exercises, techniques, guidelines, and information that will enable you to develop consistent, useful, and relevant measures of performance for maintenance. You must know where you are before you plan on improving! Measure UP—Use the right metrics to drive perfomance improvement.

Special Features

  • A step-by-step program for developing and implementing a maintenance measurement system focused on your operation, emphasizing the contribution of maintenance, rather than the cost.
  • Detailed case studies and examples illustrating the application and value of measuring maintenance effectiveness.
  • An objective approach, providing you the unique opportunity of bringing management, production, and maintenance to a common perspective by attending the program together.
  • Post event E-Learning Lab (See details below)

11 Specific Benefits Gained by Attending This Seminar:

  1. Ten of the most important maintenance ratios and how using them can provide support and respect for the maintenance function
  2. A comprehensive list of over 200 different measures in eight categories from which you could select important maintenance measures for your organization
  3. Why goal setting is vital to improving maintenance performance
  4. How to pick the best measures most appropriate to your operation
  5. Where a majority of time is spent by maintenance personnel and why measuring can dramatically improve maintenance productivity
  6. Why it is vital to move from measuring maintenance costs to maintenance contribution
  7. Know the importance of measures in achieving organizational goals
  8. Be able to link selected measures to the “critical business issues” and the “key results areas” that drive organizational performance
  9. Learn how to build a “matrix” of a few key measures which yields a single figure of merit for knowing whether maintenance performance is going up or down
  10. Know the “highest and best” use of measures in any context
  11. Know the 7 key measures of organizational performance and how to relate them to maintenance

Who Should Attend This Seminar?

You Should attend if you...

  • VP Operations
  • VP Production
  • VP Engineering
  • Maintenance Directors
  • Manufacturing/Production
  • Managers
  • Maintenance
  • Superintendents
  • Maintenance Personnel
  • Production Managers
  • Reliability Managers
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Financial Managers
  • Maintenance Supervisors
  • Plant Industrial Engineers
  • Operations Managers
  • TPM/TPR Coordinators

Measuring Maintenance Performance Seminar Content

Introduction

Why We Measure

The Maintenance Contribution - Serving the Business Need
The Maintenance Contribution - Serving the Business Need
The Systems Perspective
  • Introduction to Systems a Processes
  • Input-Output Analysis
  • The 7 Key Measures of Organizational Performance
  • Measurement Principles and Guidelines Introduction to Key Maintenance Practices and Measures

Introduction to Key Maintenance Practices and Measures

Key Maintenance Practices and Measures
Managing Resources Productively
Key Practice Areas for Managing Maintenance Resources

Measurement Ratios
Ratio Fundamentals
The Maintenance Ratios Table

Surveys and Audits
Some Measures are More Direct Than Others
Types of Surveys and Audits
Example Surveys/Audits

Benchmarking: The Search for Best Practices

Applying Measures to the Key Resource Categories

Labor Utilization
Materials Management
Equipment UtilizationThe Data Cycle

Data Cycle—Data

Data Cycle—Information
Data Cycle—Analysis
Data Cycle—Action
Data Cycle—Evaluation

Implementing a Measurement Improvement Initiative

The 10-Step Implementation Model
Implementation Principles, Tools and Techniques Implementation Steps

Course Instructors

Dale Blann

Mr. Blann is a Professional Engineer whose 30 year professional career has encompassed a broad range of technical endeavor. He has made significant contributions in the fields of: mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, energy and environmental engineering, and mechanical systems design. In the early 80's Mr. Blann was associated with the integration of computer software into the industrial work place both here and abroad. For three years he was the Marketing Director for a major software company promoting the...Read More

Hank Bardel

Mr. Bardel is a maintenance consultant whose thirty plus years in the maintenance field includes a broad range of experience from entry-level electrical technician to maintenance supervision and management. Most recently, Hank served as a TPM Coordinator, where he trained and instituted Equipment Improvement Teams and trained approximately 70 shift crews on the 5S process. Mr. Bardel’s work experience includes an eight-year stint in the United States Air Force, where he gained much experience in electronics, general...Read More

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