- Management Commitment (5.1)
- Organisational Purpose and Policy (5.3)
- Customer Requirements (5.2)
- Organisational Objectives (5.4.1)Planning
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Developed from the Plant Wellness Way, the Industrial and Manufacturing Wellness Enterprise Asset Management methodology gives you a systematic, structured approach to build a holistic, lifecycle business system that consistently gets you the best possible monthly production successes.[Read more…]
A presentation by Mike Sondalini at the Shutdowns and Turnarounds 2011 Conference.
The presentation covers:
Workforce behavioural observation, behavioural based safety, and a behaviour based safety program all involve observing people doing their work and seeing the safety behaviours they use. They are a proactive approach for getting workplace safety rather than a reactive approach to force safety improvement. The use of BBS is proactive because it gets shopfloor people working together to identify their hidden workplace hazards. It also gets unique data on your employees’ interaction with the hazards they have around them.[Read more…]
We love great success stories: The wizard entrepreneur; the person who crusaded for a worthy cause; the champion athlete; the financial guru; the innovative business solution with astounding results; the failing firm that turned their fortunes around; the penniless emigrant whose wits made them wealthy. Those stories are inspirational. They challenge us to be better. They make us want to achieve more in our life roles and with our lives.[Read more…]
A lot of people mistakenly think that maintenance scheduling is maintenance planning. They are not the same. There is a big difference between the two functions. The job description might say Maintenance Planner and Scheduler, but in reality they are two roles. Maintenance Planning needs to be done before you can do maintenance scheduling. One person may be tasked with the maintenance planning and scheduling functions, but each has its own duties and responsibilities.
First comes maintenance planning, and then you do maintenance scheduling. A maintenance work pack must be developed and completed in full first, so that comprehensive scheduling can be done using the work pack.[Read more…]