Overview & Objectives
The Maintenance Management System Awareness for Manufacturing course from Exceed Safety offers participants essential knowledge surrounding the need for and importance of regular maintenance to keep machines safe, reliable, and protected. There are two types of maintenance – preventative and corrective – both of which are necessary for maintenance operations and machinery to perform at optimal levels.
Exceed Safety’s Maintenance Management System Awareness for Manufacturing training provides essential terminology, rationale, and step-by-step planning required to keep machinery and equipment performing at optimal levels. In doing so, both employees and employers can ensure individuals and equipment perform safely in the Manufacturing environment.
Exceed Safety’s Maintenance Management System Awareness for Manufacturing training is a robust maintenance management system awareness course designed to keep both employees and equipment safe in a Manufacturing environment. Specific course topics include the following:
- Terms and definitions associated with both corrective and preventive maintenance that you’ll be using in the manufacturing environment
- Information related to the Chemical Safety Board’s (CSB) findings that preventive maintenance failures are a common root cause in their incident investigations.
- The consequences of no, poor, or delayed preventive maintenance
- The benefits of a preventive maintenance program including reducing downtime, decreasing injuries and illness, ensuring continuous productivity, and keeping equipment safe and reliable
- Identifying and mitigating issues by preventive maintenance: damaged mechanisms, equipment life-cycle expectancy, timelines for upgrades and replacements.
- The importance of both intervals and examples relative to preventive maintenance
- Measures to put preventive maintenance in place, with an emphasis on keeping employees safe during maintenance procedures and conducting a risk assessment prior to performing preventive maintenance
- The ins and outs of a CMMS – Computerized Maintenance Management System
- Specific employee responsibilities associated with preventive maintenance
- Specific steps in creating a preventive maintenance program (Plan, Schedule, Create, Verify, Records) as well as recognition of the importance that all employees are aware of the steps involved in the maintenance program
- Tips and quizzes that ensure thorough knowledge is gained by the course participant