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Reliable maintenance planning, estimating, and scheduling / Ralph W. Peters

By: Peters, Railph W [autor]
Publisher: [Lugar de publicación no identificado] Elsevier, ©2015Content type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9780123970428Subject(s): Mantenimiento de la planta -- Manejo | Mantenimiento de la planta -- Planificación | Programacion de la produccionDDC classification: 658.202
Contents:
profit and customer-centered benefits of plannig and sheduling. -- Defining results to top leaders and operations leadersWhat to look for when hiring a reliable planner. -- Why the work order is a prime source for realiability infoamation.
Summary: This book is will be like no other that I have used, read or researched. Of course, it will cover material and ground that has been plowed before by some great authors like Joel Levitt & Don Nyman, Tim Kister & Bruce Hawkins, Doc Palmer, Michael Brown and others. This one will be about reliable maintenance planning, estimating and scheduling (RMPES) within organizations having very critical and complex equipment, extreme HSSE challenges located in environmentally sensitive locations in most cases. It will cover the complete scope of planning, estimating and scheduling but include in detail added focus a planner/scheduler can have on reliability and Continuous Reliability Improvement (CRI)"
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

<p>Written specifically for the oil and gas industry, Reliable Maintenance Planning, Estimating, and Scheduling provides maintenance managers and engineers with the tools and techniques to create a manageable maintenance program that will save money and prevent costly facility shutdowns. The ABCs of work identification, planning, prioritization, scheduling, and execution are explained. The objective is to provide the capacity to identify, select and apply maintenance interventions that assure an effective maintenance management, while maximizing equipment performance, value creation and opportune and effective decision making. The book provides a pre- and post- self-assessment that will allow for measure competency improvement. Maintenance Managers and Engineers receive an expert guide for developing detailed actions including repairs, alterations, and preventative maintenance.</p>

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profit and customer-centered benefits of plannig and sheduling. -- Defining results to top leaders and operations leadersWhat to look for when hiring a reliable planner. -- Why the work order is a prime source for realiability infoamation.

This book is will be like no other that I have used, read or researched. Of course, it will cover material and ground that has been plowed before by some great authors like Joel Levitt & Don Nyman, Tim Kister & Bruce Hawkins, Doc Palmer, Michael Brown and others. This one will be about reliable maintenance planning, estimating and scheduling (RMPES) within organizations having very critical and complex equipment, extreme HSSE challenges located in environmentally sensitive locations in most cases. It will cover the complete scope of planning, estimating and scheduling but include in detail added focus a planner/scheduler can have on reliability and Continuous Reliability Improvement (CRI)"

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • About the Author (p. vii)
  • Introduction (p. ix)
  • 1 Profit and Customer-Centered Benefits of Planning and Scheduling (p. 1)
  • 2 Defining Results to Top Leaders and Operations Leaders (p. 11)
  • 3 Leadership: Creating Maintenance Leaders, Not Just Maintenance Managers (p. 21)
  • 4 How to Create PRIDE in Maintenance within Craft Leaders and the Technical Workforce (p. 29)
  • 5 Define Your Physical Asset Management Strategy with The Scoreboard for Maintenance Excellence and Go Beyond ISO 55000 (p. 39)
  • 6 Planners Must Understand Productivity and How Reliable Maintenance Planning, Estimating and Scheduling (RMPES) Enhances Total Operations Excellence (p. 67)
  • 7 What to Look for When Hiring a Reliable Planner/Scheduler (p. 89)
  • 8 Planner Review of the Maintenance Business System-Your CMMS-EAM System (p. 99)
  • 9 Defining Maintenance Strategies for Critical Equipment With Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) (p. 145)
  • 10 Defining Total Maintenance Requirements and Backlog (p. 157)
  • 11 Overview of a Reliable Planning-Estimating-Scheduling-Monitoring-Controlling Process (p. 167)
  • 12 Why the Work Order Is a Prime Source for Reliability Information (p. 201)
  • 13 Detailed Planning with a Reliable Scope of Work and a Complete Job Package (p. 207)
  • 14 Understanding Risk-Based Maintenance by Using Risked-Based Planning with Risk-Based Inspections (p. 223)
  • 15 Developing Improved Repair Methods and Reliable Maintenance Planning Times with the ACE Team Process (p. 241)
  • 16 Successful Scheduling by Keeping the Promise and Completing the Schedule (p. 257)
  • 17 Maintenance, Repair, and Operations (MRO) Material Management: The Missing Link in Reliability (p. 277)
  • 18 How to Measure Total Operations Success with the Reliable Maintenance Excellence Index (p. 285)
  • 19 How This Hook Can Apply to the Very Small Work Unit in Oil and Gas or to Any Type of Maintenance Operation (p. 297)
  • 20 A Model for Success: Developing Your Next Steps for Sustainable and Reliable Maintenance Planning-Estimating and Scheduling (p. 301)
  • Appendix A The Scoreboard for Maintenance Excellence-Version 2015 (p. 315)
  • Appendix B Acronyms and Glossary of Maintenance, Maintenance Repair Operations Stores/Inventory, and Oil Gas Terms (p. 369)
  • Appendix C Maintenance Planner/Scheduler or Maintenance Coordinator: Position Description, Job Evaluation Form (p. 409)
  • Appendix D Charter: Format for a Leadership Driven-Self-Man aged learn at GRIDCo Ghana (p. 417)
  • Appendix E Case Study-Process Mapping for a Refinery (p. 423)
  • Appendix F The CMMS Benchmarking System (p. 439)
  • Appendix G The ACE Team Benchmarking Process Team Charter Example (p. 453)
  • Appendix H Shop Load Plan, Master Schedule and Shop Schedules: Example Forms and Steps on How to Use (p. 471)
  • Appendix L Routine Planner Training Checklist (p. 483)
  • Index (p. 489)
  • Online Appendices (hnp//bookaile.elsevier.com/9780l23970428.)
  • Appendix I Management of Change (MOC) Procedures Example (p. e1)
  • Appendix J Risk Management (p. e13)
  • Appendix K Measuring the True Value of Maintenance Activities (p. e23)
  • Appendix M Planner Viewpoints on the Question; "Is it Required to Have a Trades Background to be a Planner?" (p. e45)

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Ralph W. "Pete" Peters is a highly recognized author/trainer and leader around the world in the areas of implementing maintenance best practices, developing effective productivity measurement and initiating long term operational improvement processes within both the public and private sectors. Currently, Founder and President of The Maintenance Excellence Institute International, Ralph has delivered speeches, seminars, and workshops on maintenance-related topics worldwide in over forty countries. He is the author of two books, contributed to five handbooks, and has published 200 articles and publications. Peters received a BS and a Masters in Industrial Engineering from North Carolina State University. He is certified as a Total Quality Management Facilitator for the National Guard Bureau and the North Carolina Army National Guard.

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