Work Management Identification and Scheduling
Training duration: 1 half-day session recommended. This live online course is instructor-led.
Participants will study the concepts used in maintenance planning of standard work and projects in industrial applications. Training includes work identification concepts, and maintenance strategies that feed the planning process. Each course module will include discussions, case studies, and interactive exercises for participants to demonstrate understanding of the concepts covered.
Introduction to maintenance identification, planning, and scheduling:
Students will learn the importance of early work identification, planning and scheduling. Scheduling and project action plans for scope, time, cost, quality, and operating timetables will also be covered. We will introduce the distinct and interconnected aspects of managing and scheduling standard work.
Work management 03: Work ID - Identifying work early
Students will learn the role of work identification and how machines and components fail. The student will also learn why it is essential to identify work in the initial stages of a failure mode. The student will understand how work is identified based on results from various human senses, preventive maintenance, and predictive maintenance activities. We will also discuss equipment criticality.
Work management 04: Work ID - Request process
Students will learn how work is communicated to the maintenance team using concise and valuable descriptions on request. We will also discuss how work is approved and prioritized.
Work management 05: Work ID - Backlog management
Students will learn the importance of maintaining a backlog to remove any constraints in work execution. We will also introduce multiple backlog types and how they are measured and managed.
Work management 15: Scheduling overview
Students will learn the difference between maintenance planning and maintenance scheduling, which are distinct functions. We will discuss how the scheduling function is set up in various organizations depending on size.
Work management 16: Scheduling best practices
Students will learn scheduling techniques based on the plan and priority system in partnership with asset owners, typically operations managers. We will discuss using the one-week schedule, the importance of scheduling every hour available, and how strategic scheduling impacts KPIs. Daily scheduling best practices will also be covered.
Work management 17: Scheduling input tools
Students will learn to use the work order ready backlog, labor availability forecast, operations availability schedule, and engineering projects as input tools to build weekly schedules.
Work management 18: One-week Scheduling
Students will learn how to prepare and sort the ready backlog, match the ready backlog to labor and identify equipment availability conflicts. Additionally, students will understand carryover work, how to develop one-week schedules, and how to set up weekly scheduling meetings. Finally, students will learn to lock down the last schedule version and how to notify those responsible for kitting and staging parts, materials, and special tools.