Wrench Time

using the RPM method to manage maintenance

 
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"Wrench Time…using the RPM method to manage maintenance"

Learn how to apply the RPM method and
other tools to improve your plant performance….

  • Maintenance ID
  • Equipment part ID
  • RPM method with planning
This book helps you answer questions like…
  • What did maintenance do last year?
  • What equipment had the highest "R"epair cost last year?
  • Why is maintenance storing a spare plant in your warehouse?
  • Understand maintenance’s famous quote "We need more people".

Table of Contents

1   “Management, meet Maintenance” ...11
1.1   Objective of Maintenance
1.2   The Role of a Manager
1.3   Teamwork & Ownership
1.4   Team Goals


2    Manager’s tools…  People ... 27
2.1   Players
2.2   Hiring
2.3   Safety
2.4   Training
2.5   RECOGNITION and discipline
2.6   Evaluation


3   The RPM Method... 43
3.1   The RPM Method
3.2   Elements of the RPM Method
3.3   Using the RPM Method
3.4   History of RPM Method


4   Equipment Identification... 61
4.1   Purpose of Equipment Number
4.2   Elements of the Equipment ID
4.3   The Equipment ID
4.4   Equipment Hierarchy
4.5   Maintenance ID


5   Parts... 77
5.1   Equipment Part ID
5.2   Part Identification
5.3   Warehouse Layout
5.4   Inventory and Spare Parts
5.5   Purchasing & Material Request


6   Work Order... 105
6.1   Work Order System
6.2   The Work Order
6.3   Simple and Compound Work Orders
6.4   Blanket Work Order


7   Thinking of Tomorrow... 127
7.1   Planning
7.2   Scheduling
7.3   Preventive Maintenance
7.4   Predictive Maintenance


8   Maintenance Engineering ...161
8.1   Equipment History
8.2   Failure Analysis
8.3   Equipment Design
8.4   Project Management
8.5   Safety and Environmental
8.6   The Engineer


9   Cost Center...203
9.1   Maintenance Cost
9.2   Equipment Cost
9.3   Inventory Cost
9.4   Operation Cost
9.5   Budget


10    Organization ...225
10.1   Maintenance Structure
10.2   Staffing / Task Analysis
10.3   Outsourcing / Contractors
10.4   Operation
10.5   Paper Trail
10.6   Memos and Meetings
10.7   CMMS


11   Dress for Go, not for Show...259
STEP 1   Set Priorities
STEP 2   Safety and Environmental performance
STEP 3   Plant Clean – up
STEP 4   Plant inspection
STEP 5   "RPM  Method"
STEP 6   Parts and Labels
STEP 7   Working on Tomorrow
STEP 8   Reality (Maintenance can’t do it alone)
STEP 9   Computerize Maintenance
STEP 10  Looking to Improve
STEP 11  Celebrate


12   Future of Maintenance...283
12.1   Definitions of Maintenance
12.2   Global Maintenance ID
12.3   EBMS…  Equipment Based Maintenance System
12.4   Maintenance Equipment Standards
12.5   Equipment Maintenance Consumer Report
12.6   Environmental and Safety Information
12.7   System Dependency
12.8   Equipment Alarms
12.9   Thank You



 
Take care of yourself and your family.....

Any questions?    Send them to ....

Fred J. Weber 
fred@wrenchtime.com

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