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This course is focused on repeatable and effective work procedure development. If your organization does not possess or needs to update effective, repeatable maintenance procedures then this training ...

This course is focused on repeatable and effective work procedure development. If your organization does not possess or needs to update effective, repeatable maintenance procedures then this training is for you or someone in your staff.

Stop human induced failures, lack of repeat-ability in maintenance work, and insuring when someone retires you have their knowledge in the form of procedures is critical to the success of any organizations. Lack of effective, repeatable procedures creates high variation in maintenance work execution.

Maintenance and Reliability leaders always talk about their best maintenance person and how much experience they have. With effective, repeatable procedures you would capture that experience, knowledge and skill in a procedure.

When one has repeatable, effective procedures and a failure occurs the worst thing that could happen is a procedure is changed or updated.

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    • SECURING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH EFFECTIVE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Developing Effective Work Procedures Presented By: Ricky Smith, CMRP “Training for Results” Reliability… it’s in our DNA.
    • This course is focused on repeatable and effective work procedure development. If your organization does not possess or needs to update effective, repeatable maintenance procedures then this training is for you or someone in your staff. Stop human induced failures, lack of repeatability in maintenance work, and insuring when someone retires you have their knowledge in the form of procedures is critical to the success of any organizations. Lack of effective, repeatable procedures creates high variation in maintenance work execution. Maintenance and Reliability leaders always talk about their best maintenance person and how much experience they have. With effective, repeatable procedures you would capture that experience, knowledge and skill in a procedure. When one has repeatable, effective procedures and a failure occurs the worst thing that could happen is a procedure is changed or updated. Reliability… it’s in our DNA. SECURING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH EFFECTIVE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Why attend this workshop?
    • Each attendee will leave with comprehensive slides which can be used to develop a procedure development process for your organization. It is recommended that each attendee brings a computer with software which is Windows compatible and has the ability to store procedure development files and documents for use when an attendee returns to their organization. This is a fast pace and exciting workshop where one will learn in an enjoyable and educational environment. Reliability… it’s in our DNA. SECURING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH EFFECTIVE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Why attend this workshop?
    • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • What are repeatable / effective work procedures and why they are a must for any organization needing to optimize asset reliability and insure a safe and environmentally sound organization Human factors which effect performance and effectiveness in maintenance work and how to mitigate this problem How to write a repeatable / effective maintenance procedure which are factual, easy to understand, repeatable, and provide positive results Known best practices in preventive, corrective, and lubrication procedure development The process of mapping a new procedure with subject matter experts How to write a procedure which is simple, repeatable and effective and allows for a true continuous improvement process for maintenance work execution How to measure the effectiveness of new process and the procedure for updating a procedure At what knowledge and skill level a procedure should be written Where required and potential parts are identified on a procedure Where cautions and warnings should be posted (if a company has a requirement for procedure development please bring it to this workshop) Where specifications and standards are required in a procedure to insure work is accomplished the right way the first time Specific words which should be used to insure a procedure is short, effective, and understandable by the maintenance person with the least amount of experience To measure the effectiveness of all types of procedures thus allowing for a true continuous improvement process using specific Key Performance Indicators How to estimate total and labor hours for all procedures no matter how short or how long Process mapping for procedure development to include roles and responsibilities (RACI / RASI) identified Reliability… it’s in our DNA. SECURING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH EFFECTIVE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT In this training each attendee will learn:
    • Introductions and Attendee Training Expectations Introduction to Human Factors Engineering (HFE) – Interaction between task, machines and environment – Ergonomics or Man-machine interface – Psychological and psychosocial factors in a system – Factors affecting Human Performance – Human Error data – Current vs Future workforce transition and issues – Workflow processes – Standardize work procedures – Performance standards Introduction to Work Procedures – Work Procedure Hierarchy – Work Hierarchy Indenture levels – Hierarchy Definitions • Instructions • Project • Regular Job Plan Procedure • Jobs • Lubrication Procedure • Tasks • Operational Procedures • Steps • Operator and Maintenance checklist Reliability… it’s in our DNA. (page 1 of 3) SECURING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH EFFECTIVE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Workshop Outline
    • Types of Work Procedures • Preventive Maintenance Procedure • Regular Job Plan Procedure • Lubrication Procedure • Operational Procedures • Operator and Maintenance checklist • Job Ranking – Job Plan Execution – Job Procedure Development – 4-way Prioritization Model • Exercise – Intercept Ranking • Job Sorting Exercise • Basic Job Mapping – High Level Mapping – Job Level Mapping – Task Level Mapping – Job Mapping Process • Exercise #1 • Exercise #2 (page 2 of 3) • • Advanced Job Mapping – Warnings – Cautions • Examples – Definitions and Conventions • Constraints, impediments, resources • Exercise • Notes • Performance standards • Standard Procedures • Job Mapping Workflow • Exercise #1 • Exercise #2 Work Procedures – Aspects of Procedure Design – Common Terminology – Procedure Basics • Procedure Nomenclature • Abbreviations • Warnings • Cautions Reliability… it’s in our DNA. SECURING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH EFFECTIVE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Workshop Outline
    • • • Work Procedures – Aspects of Procedure Design – Common Terminology – Procedure Basics Advanced Job Mapping – Warnings – Cautions • Examples – Definitions and Conventions • Constraints, impediments, resources • Exercise • Notes • Performance standards • Standard Procedures • Job Mapping Workflow • Exercise #1 • Exercise #2 (page 3 of 3) • • Work Procedures – Aspects of Procedure Design – Common Terminology – Procedure Basics • Procedure Nomenclature • Abbreviations • Warnings • Cautions • Revisions • Estimating labor hours • Tool, Equipment Word Use • Choice of words and phrases Mapping Procedure Development Process • Developing Procedure Development Map • Assigning Roles and Responsibilities • Developing a RACI / RASI Model for Procedure Development and Approval Interested? Contact Lisa Pansing today at: pansingl@alliedreliability.com O. 843.377.2583 C. 843-442-0486 Reliability… it’s in our DNA. SECURING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH EFFECTIVE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Workshop Outline