This NEW seminar teaches the key concepts required to optimize and implement a Preventive Maintenance (PM) program based on the principles of Reliability-Centered Maintenance.
Ineffective PM programs produce unnecessary downtime due to equipment failures, resulting in higher maintenance and operations costs, lower quality, and lower productivity. These consequences mean that optimizing your current PM program isn’t just a maintenance objective, it is an organizational imperative.
This seminar focuses on the tools and techniques utilized in an effective and efficient PM program. Participants will learn five key maintenance strategies: Interval-Based, Condition-Based (PdM), Modify/Redesign, Run-to-Failure, and Redundancy; and the key factors for determining the optimal PM strategy for a piece of equipment.
In addition, we will explore the five crucial questions for writing an effective PM, common condition monitoring tools, and key concepts for PM Optimization.