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  7. Hi @abhinav what you describe is a common problem and is one of the reasons why I always recommend that the schedule is agreed jointly between operations & maintenance, but ultimately owned by someone in your facility who has both operations and maintenance reporting to him/her e.g. a plant manager. This person should in his/her role review a range of performance indicators like schedule compliance, machine uptime but also preventive maintenance compliance and be accountable for a balance in performance. But yes, easier said than done sometimes.
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  9. One of the greatest problem i have to face is the availability of the machines on the scheduled dates. Plants Or process equipment's are sometimes not available for the maintenance by the production teams this is the major issue where we have to reschedule the preventive Maintenance dates. This led us to handover the scheduling to the production department s where they will randomly select the dates for the preventive maintenance.
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  13. Thanks for sharing those @Jim Vantyghem
  14. Good day! I am scheduled for a 3 day CMRP training course for next week and I have attached the information to be covered and sample test questions. CMRP Sample Questions.pdf Subject Areas Addressed by Certification Exam.pdf
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  16. Not a problem @Jim Vantyghem it has taken me longer than I expected to prepare all the course content, but my focus has been quality rather than schedule.
  17. My apologies for not reading the complete thread! I see that you are still working on the process. Our company's focus has shifted to a high focus on quality and continues improvement. I have been working with quite a few of the maintenance managers and have applied your approach of Defect Elimination, PM Optimization along with working on Planning & Scheduling. Of course, this is a massive undertaking but a worth the effort. In short, very interested in taking the P&S course. Thank you, Jim
  18. Is the P&S on line course up and going now? Is there anyone taking the course now?
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  20. Frank, Sorry for the tardy response as I have been off the site for a few months. Thank you very much for your response. As I had not provided all the points of what I had conducted in my research, what you have mentioned regarding reporting and so on had been a part of my efforts as well. Looking forward to reviewing more of your thoughts and experiences. Have a great day! Jim
  21. Hi @Erik Hupje, Thanks for your response. I think it prudent to mention the number of start/stops will also have an effect on seal life, and with condition monitoring fitted, should negate the need for time base maintenance and prolong the service life between overhauls. The strategy for the least number of starts operating in a duty/st-by arrangement I think would prove to be the best for lower maintenance and downtime. I suppose the two issues to consider are uptime and costs. Alternate or duty/st-by policies both have their pro's and cons and in term of reliability for either depends on their operating context and age related failures would be evident for a machine that is running and a machine that is not. Cheers Derek
  22. Hi @Derek Brown building up equal run hours on both machines is indeed not a great idea in my opinion as you run the risk that age-related failure modes occur on both machines around the same time and potentially within the time it takes to get one pump returned back to service, then you end up with both out at the same time. If you explain the above carefully, I've found that it is usually not too hard to convince operators that they need to build a differential in run hours by for example running pump A 2 or 3 times as long as pump B. And I have indeed in the past set tasks like this up in the CMMS to make sure it happens. We did this for rolls-royce turbines offshore and ran one for 2 months and then the other for 1 month with the idea to increase the run hour differential. The 1-month difference in run duration was all that we could get roll-royce to accept without having to apply preservation to the machine that was not running for that 1 month. Also, you could consider using your control system to initiate this, with the control room operator only having to accept that the system can change-over pumps. The other alternative is to run a real duty-standy whereby the standby only runs when the duty is under maintenance or has failed... but this is much harder for most people to accept and you then really need to make sure you set up your maintenance regime in your CMMS accordingly as you will need to test the start of the standby pump for hidden failures and need to think about preservation requirements for the machine that is not running for pro-longer periods.
  23. Hi there, I was looking for peoples opinion on the duty/st-by arrangement for pump sets. I have not long started at a large petrochemical plant and to my surprise they do not do a periodic swap over of pumps as the Ops team have their “favourites”. I am now looking to convince them otherwise and introduce an Ops routine in the CMMS to try and push them to do it. My question is has anyone ever encountered this and how did you overcome it, and also what was your strategy? For me having two pump sets with the same run hours is not ideal and should have a lead/lag machine where the lag is only used in times of inspection, overhauls or breakdowns until the lead unit can be brought back online. Thanks Derek
  24. I thought I would just share a bit of an update on the online Maintenance Planning & Scheduling course: I have finished all the course content and am at the moment scripting the course modules so that I can start recording by the end of April with a launch late May. I have uploaded a set of sample slides into a gallery in case you're interested to see what the material looks like. This is just a random set of slides from a few of the modules. Link to Slide Gallery: https://community.roadtoreliability.com/gallery/category/6-maintenance-planning-scheduling-course/ The launch in May will most likely be a pilot program for 20-30 students to iron out any bugs in the learning management system etc. These students will get a significant discount on the course (40%) in return for providing feedback and a course testimonial. Despite the big discount these students will get lifetime access to the course. If you're interested in the pilot program please express your interest in the course, if you have not done so already. To do so, simply go to this page and register: https://www.roadtoreliability.com/planning-scheduling-online-training/
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