• Target Audience Planners, Maintenance Engineers, and Reliability Engineers
  • Course Duration 3 Days
  • Continuing Education Unit 2.4 CEU
  • This course is offered only in private settings

Drive Consistency in the Execution and Results of Work Procedures

This course provides skills that enable attendees to design, develop, and construct effective work procedures, including Job Plans, PM Procedures, Lubrication Procedures, and Operator Checklists. It is designed to teach the principles of improving asset management and maintenance decision making using the fundamentals of reliability engineering, resulting in enhanced productivity.

You will Learn:

  • What the Work Procedure Hierarchy is and why it is important
  • Why work procedures are necessary and becoming imperative as our skilled workforce reaches retirement age
  • How to effectively map a work procedure
  • The difference between ranking jobs for execution and jobs for work procedure development
  • How to write clear and meaningful Warnings, Cautions, and Notes for work procedures
  • How to identify and document constraints, impediments, and resources for work procedures
  • How to design and construct effective work procedures for Job Plans, PM Procedures, and Lubrication
  • How to write, record, document, and preserve clear and meaningful work procedures
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SOCIETY FOR MAINTENANCE & RELIABILITY PROFESSIONALS Allied is also an RMC Training Partner, with our reliability training courses counting towards the educational requirements of UT's Reliability & Maintainability Implementation Certification (RMIC®).
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SOCIETY FOR MAINTENANCE & RELIABILITY PROFESSIONALS As an SMRP Approved Provider, Allied's reliability training courses are recognized to provide continuing education that aligns with the most relevant topics and best practices in the industry according to the SMRP Body of Knowledge and/or the Asset Management Landscape, which is published by the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management.