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Modern maintenance
Advanced methodologies
Predictive technologies
Advanced management techniques
Maintenance development
Reactive maintenance state
Planned maintenance state
Proactive maintenance state
Baseline functionalities
Maintenance control
Inventory control and purchasing
Human resources programming
Financial reporting
Different systems
Capital-intensive industries
Manufacturing and production-based industries
Box 1: Asset management requirements
Boxes 2 and 3: CMMS and MRO
Box 4: Production requirements
Box 5: EAM (enterprise asset management)
Box 6: ERP (enterprise resource planning)
Box 7: ERP II
Returns on investment
Business requirements
Equipment Details
Equipment statistics
Equipment costs and history
Business rules and guides
Business processes
KPI or metrics development
CMMS
Equipment strategies
Functional and exception reporting
Project management
Operational maintenance
Outsourcing
Work order and work request creation
Technical change management
Initiation (scope creation)
Planning and scheduling
Pre-shutdown works
Shutdown execution
Post-shutdown
Execution
Reviews
Backlog management
Work order planning
Capacity scheduling
Planned/scheduled ratios
Planned/scheduled
Planned/unscheduled
Unplanned/unscheduled
Standing work orders
Execution and data capture
Work packaging
Data capture
Work order codes
Defining work order types
General maintenance (GN)
Capital works (CP)
Statutory (SY)
Environmental (EN)
Safety (SA)
Defining maintenance types
Corrective actions (CA)
Predictive maintenance (PD)
Standing work orders (ST)
Modifications work (MO)
Workshop repairs (WR)
Breakdowns (BR)
Work order coding matrix
Prioritization
System guidelines
Real-world priorities
Specialized tools and equipment
Standardized text
General
Traditional stores management characteristics
Advanced Methodologies
Service levels and inventory policies
The Internet
KPI development
Equipment performance
Availability
Total time (TT)
Operations time (OT)
Productive utilization (PU)
Unproductive utilization (UU)
Idle time
Maintenance time (MT)
Breakdown (BR)
Scheduled maintenance
Unscheduled maintenance
The formula
Standard availability
Mechanical availability
Electrical availability
Utilization
Effective utilization
Other measures
Equipment reliability
Equipment maintainability
Overall equipment effectiveness (OEE)
Maintenance process measures
Overall measures
Schedule compliance
Other planning indicators
Backlog percentage planned
Work order life by priority
Estimations index
Preventative maintenance (PM)
PM compliance
Percentage of overtime
Costs charged to standing work orders
Reasons for noncompliance
Failure reporting
Administrative functions
Percentage of total work covered by a work order
Labor and materials as a percentage of total maintenance costs
Contractor usage as a percentage of total maintenance costs
Cost reports
Inventory management
Percentage of compliance of items with preset service levels
Vendor compliance with lead times
Number of urgent requisitions
Low usage items reports
Potentially obsolete items
Surplus stock reports
New items added
Maintenance functional reporting
Parts arrived reports
Time to go reports
Exception reporting
No priorities
Insufficient lines of data
Noncompliant work order codes
Priority by age
Planned status
Scheduled/unplanned work orders
Corrective work orders closed with no failure codes recorded
Work orders with minimal or no completion comments
The human resources component
The maintenance profiles or roles
The maintenance process training matrix
Defining the role descriptions
Shutdown planner
Main focus of role
Responsibilities
Safety
People
Pre-shutdown role
Shutdown execution responsibilities
Post-shutdown responsibilities
Relationships
Operational maintenance planner
Backlog management and planning role
Scheduling responsibilities
Execution responsibilities
Asset management responsibilities
Measurables
The implementation template
Failure 1: Lack of corporate support
Failure 2: Lack of adequate license purchases
Failure 3: Lack of adequate training
Failure 4: Lack of history in the system
Failure 5: Lack of adequate use
Failure 6: Lack of adequate test procedures
Setting out the project timeline
A case study
Maintenance
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CMMS A Timesaving Implementation Process

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Published by: Reza Besharati Tabrizi on Jan 20, 2013
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