Improving Tool Time

Improving Tool Time

 
Improving Tool Time

Tootl TimeRecent studies in a number of asset intensive industries have demonstrated that maintenance "tool time" (actual time doing beneficial work) can be as low as 20%! Meanwhile, companies who are doing things right are achieving maintenance tool time as high as 65%.

SO what are they doing that gets them this 45% difference? Their workforce is no bigger. Their plant may be smaller, but that would have no effect on the correct maintenance. So what are we doing elsewhere? It can be as simple as focusing on doing the right thing. Doing work for work's sake is a waste of resources and time.

Is it all just FMEA's and RCM? They certainly play their part but why not learn from companies that are doing well in this area? wouldn't that be a huge benefit? Some of the points we may discuss at this event are as follows:
Tool Time
  • How much is too much?
  • RCM, FMEA and RBI
  • Correct PM levels
  • Time vs Money
  • Doing the right work
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Creating the right environment
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SIRF Roundtable events are designed to provide a safe environment for open discussion with peers on the topic of interest they are working on, in and around. There will be no vendor companies in attendance at this meeting.   Agenda
Arrive at 8:40 for 9:00 start
Introductions
Group Defines Expectations
Group Discussion
Lunch
Continue Discussion
Wrap Up

Who Should Attend:   Maintenance Managers, Supervisors, Continuous Improvement Specialists, Work Planners and any one interested in this topic for discussion
Date:   Tuesday September 5th, 2017
Time:   Arrive at 8:40 for a 9:00 am start, finishing at 14:30
Address:   We are looking for a Host for this event.  Contact your SIRF Facilitator for more info.
Investment:   No Charge for Members
Dress:   Casual Dress
Special Note:   None

For Enquiries Contact:
Sean Lewis 0466 256 736 sean.lewis@sirfrt.com.au
 

 

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