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E – 1181 – Strategic Maintenance Management 101: An Introduction to What, Why, and How

Intended Audience: project managers, process leaders, plant designers, industrial engineers, and representatives of operations and procurement

PDH UNITS: 7

1 STUDENTS ENROLLED

If a business exists to produce or deliver some kind of product or service, it is essential that they maximize the production of those goods or services while delivering the highest quality possible at a competitive price. Obviously, this requires equipment and machinery operating at the highest capacity for as long as possible by teams of skilled operators with as little impact on production as possible.

So how can companies maximize their productivity while minimizing the impact of machine and equipment maintenance on that productivity? Is there a way to maintain the equipment with a reliable, steady source of parts and skilled “maintainers”?

The best way to do that is by viewing the maintenance function as a full partner in the business and giving them a seat at the executive planning table. The path to that table can begin with these two fundamental guides within this course:

  • An understanding of the need for, and a blueprint to create, a strategic maintenance management plan for your employer
  • A guide to developing the internal talent necessary to provide the machinery and equipment maintenance necessary for the continued life of the business

Learning Objectives

At the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:

1. Learn how to integrate your maintenance program into the business plans of the company
2. Be able to identify the four broad generational stages of the evolution of maintenance
3. Know how to develop the internal talent necessary to maintain the equipment and machinery of your business
4. Be able to identify several major changes in the external business environment that present an increasing challenge to maintenance professionals today
5. Be able to identify four reasons why people are one of the major changes in the business environment
6. Be able to identify two reasons why processes are one of the major changes in the business environment
7. Be able to identify three reasons why plants are one of the major changes in the business environment
8. Be able to list four reasons for the “WHAT” of strategic maintenance management (SMM)
9. Be able to list six reasons for the “WHY” of strategic maintenance management
10. Be able to list four reasons for the “HOW” of strategic maintenance management
11. Be able to ask several relevant questions about talent development issues
12. Be able to ask several relevant questions about talent deployment issues
13. Learn to analyze the cost/risk relationship graph beyond the generic responses
14. Identify at least 12 miscellaneous planning issues to consider regarding SMM
15. Construct a three step model for building a strategic maintenance plan
16. Learn how to construct a functional jib description that can act as a foundation for internal training
17. Identify common problems to avoid when attempting to develop an internal training program
18. Develop a training curriculum for maintenance operators

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