Advanced Maintenance, Planning, Schedulling, Auditing, Benchmarking & Improvement

Advanced Maintenance, Planning, Schedulling, Auditing, Benchmarking & Improvement
Hotel Ibis Yogyakarta l 8 – 10 Oktober 2014 l 08.00-16.00 WIB
Rp.6.000.000,- per peserta (Non-Residential)
Rp.5.000.000,- per peserta (Pendaftaran 4 peserta dari 1 perusahaan)


The maintenance of physical assets can no longer be treated as an ‘engineering problem’. The competitive environment in which business operates requires an approach that integrates the operational objectives of the business and the life-cycle objectives of the physical assets. Leading industrial organizations are evolving away from reactive (“fix-it-when-it-breaks”) management into predictive, productive management (“anticipating, planning, and fix-it-before-it-breaks”). This evolution requires well-planned and executed actions on several fronts.
Out Organisations increasingly need to make improvement a key part of theirculture in order to remain cost competitive. The same is true of Maintenance Organisations. Maintenance Departments are increasingly under pressure to improve performance and reduce costs.This program looks at Maintenance Auditing and Benchmarking as two key tools that can be used as the basis for driving the improvement process in maintenance, by identifying best practices, gaps with current practices and assist with the formulation of strategies to bridge such gaps.In addition, we address how Auditing and Benchmarking can become an integral part of a maintenance management strategy by integrating such activities into maintenance performance measures, key performance indicators and objective setting


  • Modern Maintenance Management Practice in Perspective
  1. Maintenance Practice in Perspective
  2. Maintenance in the Business Process
  3. Evolution in Maintenance Management
  4. The Contribution of Maintenance to the achievement of the Business Objectives
  5. Business, Operations and Maintenance Key Performance Area
  6. The Maintenance Objective
  7. Roles and Accountability
  • Maintenance Policies and Logistics Planning
  1. Equipment Classification and Identification
  2. Functional Location
  3. Equipment Type Classification
  4. Equipment Identification
  5. Part Number and Bill of Material
  6. Documentation Structures
  7. Document Identification and Classification
  8. Maintenance Management Policies
  9. Equipment Criticality Grading
  10. Job Information Requirements
  11. Principles of Work Order Design
  12. Maintenance Work Prioritisation
  13. Maintenance Logistics Planning
  14. Logistic Support Analysis
  15. Maintenance Task Detail Planning
  16. Maintenance Work Estimating
  17. Maintenance Levels
  18. Support Documentation
  19. Support Equipment
  20. Personnel and Organisation
  • Failure Management Programme Development
  1. Failure Modes, Effects and Consequences
  2. Equipment Functions and Performance Standards
  3. Functional Failures
  4. Failure Modes
  5. Failure Effects
  6. Consequences of Failure
  7. Failure Management Policies
  8. Age Related Failure Patterns
  9. Random Failure Patterns
  10. Routine Restoration and Discard Tasks
  11. Routine Condition-based Tasks
  12. Failure-finding Tasks
  13. The application of RCM in the Development of Failure Management Policies
  14. Implementing Failure Management Policies
  15. roposed Routine Maintenance Tasks
  16. ategorising and structuring Routine Maintenance Tasks
  17. Corrective Maintenance Planning
  18. Logistic Requirements PlanningWork Planning, Scheduling and Control
  19. Definition of Notifications, Defects, Deviations
  20. Notification Process, Roles and Principles
  21. Prioritising Notifications
  22. Weekly Master Schedule
  23. Master Schedule Objectives
  24. Categorise the Outstanding Workload
  25. Determine Resource Availability
  26. Determine Equipment Non-utilisation Profile
  27. Develop Draft Master Schedule
  28. Conduct Master Schedule Review Meeting
  29. Final Master Schedule and Implementation
  30. Backlog Management
  • Introduction and Foundation Concepts
  1. Introduction to Auditing and Benchmarking
  2. Approaches to Maintenance Management and Improvement
  3. Introduction to Maintenance Management Benchmarking Frameworks
  • Maintenance Auditing
  1. Maintenance Performance Measures and Metrics
  2. The Maintenance Auditing Process
  3. Maintenance Auditing Methodology
  4. Conducting a Maintenance Audit
  5. Maintenance Audit Simulation Case Study
  • Maintenance Auditing and Benchmarking
    1. Maintenance Audit Simulation Case Study
    2. Using Maintenance Audit Results to Plan Improvement Strategies
    3. Introduction to Benchmarking
    4. The Maintenance Benchmarking Process
    5. Maintenance Benchmarking Methodology
    6. Benchmarking Tools and Techniques
  • Maintenance Benchmarking and Performance Measurement
    1. Benchmarking Tools and Techniques (continued)
    2. Designing and Preparing for a Benchmarking Study
    3. Selecting Benchmarking Partners
    4. Preparing for an conducting the benchmarking visit
    5. Reporting results of Benchmarking and Auditing Studies
    6. The DMG Analysis – Advanced Benchmarking Conducting a Maintenance Benchmarking Study
  • Auditing, Benchmarking and Maintenance Improvement
    1. Benchmarking Simulation Case Study
    2. Integrating Benchmarking resulting into improvement and objective setting processes
    3. Integrating Maintenance Auditing and Benchmarking into the Performance Measurement System to establish improvement objectives and strategies
    4. Review of Best Practice Benchmarks and Case Studies
    5. Conclusion

• General Managers who have oversight responsibility for Maintenance Management and Maintenance organisational units
• Operations and Maintenance Managers with direct line responsibility as well as staff support responsibility for Maintenance
• Maintenance Supervisors, maintenance Engineers and maintenance Planners and Schedulers

• Certificate, Training Kit, Module / Handout, Softcopy (USB flashdisk) Lunch, Coffee Break, Souvenir

• Transportasi antar jemput selama training ( bandara / stasiun/ terminal, Hotel-tempat pelatihan PP)

Teguh Pudji Purwanto, ST., MT

Presentation, Discussion, Case Study, Evaluation

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