Maintenance Planning & Scheduling


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Planned work is 3 to 4 times more cost-effective than unplanned work

In this seminar, you will learn how to effectively plan and schedule maintenance work. You will also learn how to structure your maintenance organization to allow for planner/schedulers to be introduced successfully to a reactive maintenance environment.

You will gain an understanding of the correct process for work management from the initial work order to job execution. You will understand the roles and responsibilities of planner/schedulers. You will learn how to rank and prioritize maintenance work. You will learn Key Performance Indicators you will need to track your planning and scheduling process. Most importantly, you will learn the 14 steps to implement planning and scheduling at your site. 
Planning and Scheduling Video Overview

Special Features

  • Typical Work Management Process Flow Model
  • Support Systems Checklist Packet
  • Ranking Index for Maintenance Expense (RIME) Priority Tool
  • Backlog Management Tool
  • Work Prep Field Planning Workbook
  • More Hands-on Activities
  • Flash Drive with Tools & Forms
  • Implementation Tool

At This Three-Day Seminar You Will...

  • Identify how maintenance supports World Class Asset Management
  • Identify the benefits planning and scheduling has on Maintenance productivity
  • Summarize the Roles and Responsibilities of Maintenance Planners and Schedulers
  • Define the essential Support Systems for effective Planning and Scheduling 
  • Recognize the benefits of partnerships
  • Discuss the importance Process Maps and RACIs play in Planning and Scheduling
  • Identify the benefits of proactive and standard identification and prioritization
  • Demonstrate the ability to plan PM, PdM & CM work
  • Demonstrate the ability to build a weekly maintenance schedule
  • Identify the benefits of standard work execution and closeout
  • Discuss how analyzing Maintenance Metrics can improve performance
  • List the differences between maintenance and project planning and scheduling
  • Develop an action plan for improving your performance

Who Should Attend This Seminar?

You should attend if you...

  • Perform Planning/Job Preparation Activities
  • Schedule Maintenance Activities
  • Manage Planner/Schedulers
  • Supervise Maintenance Work Teams
  • Purchase/Kit/Stage Parts for Maintenance
  • Manage a Maintenance Group’s CMMS
  • Interact with Daily/Weekly Maintenance Activities
  • Are Responsible for Ensuring Productivity on Equipment




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