How to Write Precision Maintenance and Other Technical Procedures
by Gary Josebeck
About the Course
WTP-301 | 2.4 CEUs
This three-day course will guide the attendee through the steps necessary to develop highly effective technical procedures used by Operations, Maintenance, Reliability, and other areas where precision and standardization is desired.
When and Where
Contact Gary for upcoming dates
Seabrook Island Club
3772 Seabrook Island Rd
Johns Island, SC 29455
Learn How To
- Scope work at the job site
- Organize work into meaning sections and subsections
- Write direct, easy to follow action steps
- Include qualitative specifications such as torque, alignment, setpoints, etc.
- Attach lists, figures, graphs, and other supplemental information
- Determine Level of Use for the worker – Continuous, Reference, or Information
- Use place-keeping, hold points, approvals, and signatures
- Identify and properly locate precautions that can harm users or damage assets
- Branch and reference to other areas of the procedure or external documents
- AND other Human Performance concerns that need to be incorporated into our procedures
Maintenance Planners, Reliability Engineers, Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Supervisors, Safety Leaders, TPM Pillar Leaders, Quality Leaders, Technical Leaders, Operations Managers, Technical Writers
Beginner to Veteran
Attendee should be familiar writing simple job plans or technical documents and experience using Microsoft Word.
Attendees must bring a laptop with MS Word installed, as well as a current procedure that they are familiar with and wish to rewrite in accordance with this class.