Maintenance Work Management Processes

Overview

For over three decades, Terry Wireman has specialized in the improvement of maintenance and reliability. As an international expert in maintenance management, he has assisted hundreds of clients in North America, Europe and the Pacific Rim to improve their maintenance effectiveness. Through a new 10–volume Maintenance Strategy series, the author makes his expertise in the field accessible to industrial and facility organizations everywhere.

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Overview

For over three decades, Terry Wireman has specialized in the improvement of maintenance and reliability. As an international expert in maintenance management, he has assisted hundreds of clients in North America, Europe and the Pacific Rim to improve their maintenance effectiveness. Through a new 10–volume Maintenance Strategy series, the author makes his expertise in the field accessible to industrial and facility organizations everywhere.

The third volume of the series, Maintenance Work Management Processes, focuses on developing a work management process that will support the maintenance strategy components. It outlines a financially cost effective process that collects the data to use advanced strategies such as RCM and TPM. The text extensively details the maintenance organizational development process and then outlines nine basic work management flows. The nine flows are then detailed and the potential problems with executing the flows are examined along with solutions to the most common problems.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780831133306
  • Publisher: Industrial Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/1/2007
  • Series: Maintenance Strategy Series
  • Edition description: Word
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents


Introduction     v
Overview: The Maintenance Strategy Series Process Flow     xi
The Business of Maintenance     1
Goals and Objectives of Maintenance Organizations     10
Roles and Responsibilities     22
Maintenance Organization and Staffing     35
Work Management / Work Identification     47
Work Management Overview     47
The Work Identification Process     51
Emergency or Breakdown Work Processes     61
What Is an Emergency or Breakdown Work Activity?     61
How are Emergency Work Processes Controlled     64
Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Overview     69
A Decision-Making Process     69
Work Orders     70
Maintenance Planners     78
Planners and MRO Inventory and Purchasing     90
Benefits of Maintenance Planning     92
Maintenance Planning Leads to Maintenance Scheduling     95
Types of Scheduling     97
Simple Planning     103
Complex Planning     107
The Complex Planning Process     108
The Preventive Maintenance Planning Process     113
Shutdowns, Turnarounds, and Outage Work     117
Management Processes     117
STO Process Flow     119
Weekly Schedule Process Flow     123
Backlog Work     123
Prerequisites to Effective Scheduling     125
Weekly Scheduling Process     126
The Work Execution Process     131
The Work Execution Process     132
The Work Order Closure and Analysis Process     137
Top 10 Lists     137
Root Cause Analysis     138
Work Order Closure Process     138
Work Management Key Performance Indicators     141
Work Process Indicators     142
Planning and Scheduling Process Performance Indicators     150
Typical Work Order and Planning & Scheduling Problems     159
Equipment Types     163
Problem Code Master     167
Cause Code Master     169
Index     173
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