Toronto, ON — A Maintenance Planning and Scheduling seminar scheduled for Toronto July 7-9, 2003, will provide instruction and workshops intended to develop and improve a maintenance effort.
The program is being put on by New Standard Institute and is designed for maintenance planners and schedulers, supervisors, and maintenance managers. The cost is US$1,175.00
Among the many topics to be covered are: Defining the Maintenance Level, Equipment Reliability and Availability Models, Building a Maintenance Management Plan, The Planning Thought Process, Using Performance Based Estimates, Improving the Accuracy of Estimates, Dealing With Delays, Understanding Why PM Fails, Audits for Procedures and Programs, Converting Preventive to Predictive Maintenance (PDM), Prioritizing Maintenance Work, Dealing with Emergencies, Limitations of a CMMS Scheduling Package, Turnarounds, Shutdowns and Outages, and Maintenance Management Reports.
For details, contact the New Standard Institute, Milford, CT at 203-783-1582, fax 203-874-4926.