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Precision Maintenance Presentation


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Precision Maintenance is talked about in many companies and implemented at many companies, many with great success, however most companies do not understand Precision Maintenance. In this presentation I clear up some misconceptions and untruths concerning it.

Precision Maintenance Presentation

  1. 1. Precision Maintenance “How to implement success?” Presented by: Ricky Smith, CMRP August 18, 2010 Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  2. 2. Objectives • Define what is Precision Maintenance • What effect does it have on equipment reliability • Define Best Practices in Precision Maintenance • Required KPIs for Precision Maintenance • Implementing a Successful Precision Maintenance Program • Traps you may find Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  3. 3. Precision Maintenance • Precision Maintenance is a controlled experiment conducted by skilled and discipline maintenance personnel. The Objective is to optimize the life of an asset with out failures. Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  4. 4. I-PF Curve Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  5. 5. A Failure Mode Driven Strategy Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  6. 6. Failure Modes Driven Strategy • This your key to success is the prevention and prediction of failures • The Elimination of Self Induced Failures • The Discipline to follow Processes and Procedures • You must have all the right people on the bus or on in the right seat Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  7. 7. Components of Precision Maintenance #1 You must have Skilled Workers • Assessment based on Knowledge and Skill • Everyone attends all training Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  8. 8. Components of Precision Maintenance #2 An Effective PM/PdM Program #3 An Effective Planning Process = Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  9. 9. A Failure Mode Driven Strategy Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  10. 10. Components of Precision Maintenance #4 Effective Repeatable Procedures Developed and Executed #5 Continuous Improvement – FRACAS (Failure Reporting, Analysis, and Corrective Action System) Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  11. 11. Components of Precision Maintenance • FRACAS and Continuous Improvement Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  12. 12. Components of Precision Maintenance • FRACAS Reports Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  13. 13. A Failure Mode Driven Strategy Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  14. 14. So, where do you begin? Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  15. 15. Make a Large Impact with Small Doses Step 1 – Begin collection accurate data in your Maintenance Software and track MTBF of a few critical assets / Post the results / talk to the maintenance teams. I recommend implementing FRACAS at the same time. Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  16. 16. Make a Large Impact with Small Doses Step 2 – Hire someone from outside (yes outside your company) to asses your lubrication practices and assist in the implementation (check references, visit their customers) Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  17. 17. Make a Large Impact with Small Doses Step 3 – Educate your people of a Failure Mode Strategy and implement on your critical assets (call someone for help – don’t read a book) Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  18. 18. Time to Swallow the Pill Step 4 – Perform an FMEA or RCM on Critical Equipment to develop maintenance strategies focused on prevention or prediction of failure modes. Write Repeatable and Effective Procedures for all new maintenance strategies. Caution: if you conduct this work yourself hire an outside expert on Predictive Maintenance Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  19. 19. Time to Swallow the Pill Step 5 – Conduct a Skills and Knowledge Assessment (performance portion is “hands on” only) Everyone attends training. Highly skilled personnel become your coaches in the crews. Copyright 2009 GPAllied©
  20. 20. Questions? Copyright 2009 GPAllied©