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“Probably” The Best Maintenance Planner Development Workshop

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“Probably” The Best Maintenance Planner Development Workshop

“Probably” The Best Maintenance Planner Development Workshop
February 04
08:27 2015

The Maintenance Planner role is one of those functions which nobody notices if it works well but if it does n’t everyone feels the pain. So how do you develop the capability to bring together relevant information, prioritise workloads and create a realistic and achievable maintenance plan. Realistic in terms of keeping the customer satisfied and achievable in terms of the resources and time available. How can you get reliable feedback from busy maintenance and production personnel to learn from experience to improve the planning process and eliminate the maintenance backlog?

DAKACADEMYAugust2014An experience maintenance manager who attended the last DAK academy Maintenance Planning course commented that it was the best training course he had ever attended. In addition to the above, he learned How to minimise the time it takes to develop and update plans, How to understand what is needed to prevent failure and how to get “buy in” to adopt practices that prevent failure. He learned how to use the functions that constitute a CMMS to select the best approach to developing practical schedules and practicable planned maintenance routines. He learned how to develop plans that reduce maintenance costs and demonstrate the value of planned maintenance. In short how to bring together all the elements needed for planning so that it “does what it says on the tin”. Planned preventative maintenance.

DAK’s next Maintenance Planning, Scheduling & Work Control 3 day workshop is being held 17th–19th March, 2015 in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Please contact Sue Catt on +44 1491 845504 or sue.catt@dakconsulting.co.uk for further details. Please quote FDMP for booking offer.

To use another advertisement strap line – just do it.

DAK Academy – Developing Improvement Leaders – www.dakacademy.com.


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