A well maintenance audit provides the organization to review the effectiveness and the efficiency of the maintenance management system and processes at delivering the equipment reliability and plant overall effectiveness.
The Maintenance Audit approach is mainly to collect evidence about current state of maintenance processes, and from the maintenance database used at operational level, and finally analyze them for maintenance process improvement initiatives.
Interviews would be conducted with top managers in Operations, Finance, Maintenance and the board of director’s members to gain appreciation of how the current processes perform. Interviews are also conducted with supervisory personnel in Operations and Maintenance to understand the day-to-day interactions and performance of maintenance activities.
Information collected on failure history, corrective maintenance, parts usage and maintenance man-hours for each major piece of equipment over the past years by maintenance type is also gathered. These are used in statistical chart and graphed to see what issues can be identified and prioritized.
The entire listing of planned activities in the CMMS is also reviewed to check the coverage and mix of all work orders (i.e. preventive and predictive maintenance) being done. This allows comparisons with best industry practices.
A report is submitted explaining the range of investigations performed, analyses conducted and the resulting recommendations. The report also indicates the results of the best practices benchmarking.
The Maintenance Audit is specifically aimed at the following purposes:
- Review of the maintenance management processes and practices at the operation
- Benchmark maintenance at the operation against best practice maintenance
- Identify opportunities to refi ne the existing maintenance processes
- Identify opportunities for efficiency improvements within current practices
- Identify opportunities to make better use of constrained resources, particularly manpower
Major Benefits of Attending:
- MASTER the maintenance management system
- STUDY and understand the ISO55000 framework
- IDENTIFY the relationship between maintenance management system and maintenance management process
- Discover the impact of maintenance
- MANAGEMENT on business strategy
- UNDERSTAND the maintenance management auditing framework and requirements
- GAIN major benefits of maintenance management auditing
- LEARN the relationship between maintenance management auditing and business improvement initiatives
- IDENTIFY major impacts a strategic maintenance audit has on stake holders
Who Should Attend?
Managers; senior managers; section managers; superintendent; engineers; technicians; OEM; contractors; suppliers; trainers and facilitators of:
- Operations (QA/QC; production; maintenance; reliability)
- Procurement & logistic
- Learning & Development
- Talent & human resources
- Research & development
- Health, safety and environment
- Finance & accounting
- Project management
- Infrastructure & building & commissioning; decommissioning
Why you Should Attend?
This is a fast paced, highly interactive and activity packed workshop personalized for organization’s individuals who has direct and indirect impact on maintenance management system; it will add to your body of knowledge the complete process of MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT AUDITING.
Furthermore, you will learn international standards and requirements of maintenance management system, settle more confidently into your own ‘comfort zone’ as an engineer, manager, director, superintendent, planner/ scheduler, plant controller, etc.
You will know how to respond to and manage maintenance management process, harnessing maintenance management system and auditing process by responding to the organization’s requirements.
You will be able to come up with your own version of a systematic approach for your continuous learning and improvement about the subject and undergo important self-discovery, situational understanding and some important perception shifts that will help you think differently about the way people interact, manage, learn and grow together.