Maintenance Audit and Strategy Development

Learn how to conduct a maintenance audit and then develop a maintenance strategy that can maximise reliability, availability and ultimately improve UPTIME.

Cost effective maintenance management is the goal for any pro-active Maintenance Manager and the ONLY WAY to achieve this is to use your audit results to formulate the right maintenance strategy. Performing a periodic maintenance audit is vital for any plant or facility to minimise costs and limit downtime.

Of equal importance the output recommendations from the audit need to be individually evaluated then managed through a separate process which in turn leads to the creation of your maintenance strategy or as it is sometimes called, your asset management improvement plan with targets the sustained management of cost, improved profits and of course increased uptime.

So this intensive and highly practical 3-day training course addresses the key concepts and issues of how to conduct a maintenance audit and then use the information by comparing it to relevant best practices and identify major gaps that can then be addressed in order to improve plant efficiency by developing an achievable maintenance strategy that can maximise reliability, availability, availability and ultimately uptime.

This training course is conducted in a lively and interactive manner and all Course Participants are encouraged to raise issues and to challenge their current maintenance thinking. Through a combination of practical presentations, case studies, group discussions and the application of actual process related tools, you will be leaving the training session equipped with a ‘roadmap’ as well as the essentials of performing a maintenance audit from beginning to end, but more importantly how you can then use this information to develop a pro-active maintenance strategy.

We can guarantee that your abilities and confidence in this critical maintenance management and asset optimisation discipline will be substantially expanded and increased which will result in more efficient and effective maintenance practices.

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