Maintenance Effectiveness Assessment and Improvement Strategy Session
It is very difficult to know where to start if you don’t know where you’re starting from.
If you desire to improve your maintenance effectiveness, it is vital to have a clear understanding of your current state. An accurate and objective understanding of your current state will serve as a solid foundation for successful improvement strategy and implementation. We will tailor to accentuate your strengths and focus on specific areas of improvement.
- Does your maintenance department spend more time “firefighting” in a reactive environment rather than proactively preventing failures?
- Do you have a clearly defined maintenance vision, mission, and improvement plan?
- Do all departments work together to ensure minimum equipment downtime and maximum production output at minimum maintenance cost?
- Would you consider your maintenance practices to be “world class”?
You should strongly consider conducting a Maintenance Effectiveness Assessment and Improvement Strategy Session if:
Marshall Institute’s Maintenance Effectiveness Assessment is a thorough, structured, and proven 3-day assessment procedure consisting of:
- You want to be more efficient and effective
- You are beginning a maintenance and reliability improvement effort
- You desire an objective snapshot of current maintenance performance
- You need to improve productivity and/or capacity by decreasing equipment downtime
- You want confirmation/identification of your current strengths and improvement opportunities
- You want specific and clear improvement recommendations, prioritized by criticality and timeframe to close the gap between current state and world class
During our 1-day Improvement Strategy Session, Marshall Institute will partner with your plant leadership, key stakeholders and maintenance team to develop a custom 1 year improvement plan based on the assessment findings and your desired future state.
- Maintenance Effectiveness Audit focused on:
- Maintenance Leadership
- Organizational Support Structure
- Workplace Organization
- PM/PdM Policies, Processes, and Practices
- Storeroom Control
- Information Management/Work Control
- Skill Training
- Reliability Practices
- Collection and Analysis of Key Maintenance Metrics
- Facility Tour and Observations
- Individual Surveys
- Focus Group Questionnaire
- Assessment Result Report Out
Our improvement plan will include:
If your goal is to improve the Maintenance and Reliability performance of your organization, allow Marshall Institute to “take a peek under the hood” and we will work hand in hand with you to create a strategy and improvement solution specific to your needs and goals.
- Identification of “future state” goals
- Gap analysis of audit findings compared to “future state”
- Identification and prioritization of improvement areas
- 3 month, 6 month, and 1 year milestones/goals
- Identification of key internal resources required to support improvement
- Consultation and recommendations of best implementation practices and methods