Advanced Maintenance Planning and Scheduling

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19 & 20 March,2014 - Manama, Bahrain


The role of maintenance planner and scheduler has changed dramatically over the last 10 years together with impact of effective strategic maintenance planning and scheduling on business and its profitability. Ignorance toward scheduled maintenance represents unnecessary risk that leads to higher costs and wastage. Equipment that is not properly maintained is prone to malfunction and breakdown. This lead to a huge risk in safety concerns and potential prolonged downtime. Moreover, non-compliance with regulatory reporting requirements for equipment maintenance puts the organisation at risk of losing their operating license. In order to avoid all these unnecessary complications improved scheduled maintenance is needed in order to create consistency, more uptime and better return of investment (ROI).

International expert with over 35 years of real-life industrial experience in maintenance who had developed and delivered training programmes worldwide for both offshore and onshore facilities. He is the author of over 200 publications (including 17 patents, 2 books and 2 book chapters) in the areas of maintenance, condition monitoring of complex mechanical systems and root cause analysis. His experience includes maintenance planning and scheduling, machinery failure analysis and prevention, reliability centered maintenance, condition monitoring of machinery, risk assessment for production and operations and problem solving and decision making.

Who Should Attend

This professional training is designed for:
Directors, General Managers, Heads of Departments, Managers, Senior Engineers, Supervisors, Senior Plant Operators, Planners, Schedulers and Senior Personnel from (but not limited to) the following division:

  • Maintenance
  • Production
  • Operation
  • Plant Management
  • Purchasing

From all industries

Key Issues and Challenges To Be Addressed

  • Up to 100% more work done with effective scheduled maintenance
  • ‘Tool time’ can rise to 50% of maintainers’ day
  • Planned work is 4 – 12 times more efficient
  • Planned work is 3 – 9 times less costly than reactive work
  • On larger jobs an hour of planning saves 3 – 5 hours of execution
  • 90% of your work can be planned, hence all resources can be allocated better
  • 95% of work can be done when first scheduled, resulting in better time management
  • Overall – lower cost, improved efficiency

Benefits Of Attending

  • Impact of effective strategic maintenance planning on business continuity
  • Maximising profits with effective plant management and equipment life cycle control
  • Eliminating risks and downtime caused by maintenance defect and failure with highly effective scheduled maintenance
  • Optimising usage of structured supporting tools and systems for increased efficiency
  • Exploring opportunities to expand new resources with innovative scheduled maintenance system
  • Amplifying positive production and operation results with planning and maintenance Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

In-House Training

If you have a group of people with similar interest in this course, and want a cost-effective approach, CapSource can help bring this training directly to your workplace. This course can be customized to fit the requirements and needs of your organization. For more information, kindly contact us at :
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