Job Plan Improvements – Job Plan Loop

Definition

Work procedures, or the “job plan”, are a cornerstone of the maintenance and reliability process, ensuring equipment availability requirements are met to deliver business results. When effectively written, these procedures reduce human performance variability, thus maximizing both Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) and the Mean Time To Repair/Replace (MTTR).

How does iReliability™ enable this?

If failures continue to occur after FMA and EMP optimization, it could be your job plans that are causing the problem. Job plans should be reviewed periodically to ensure that the work being done is correct and that it is being performed at the proper frequency. Additionally, as work is being completed, technicians should be noting any issues they encounter while performing the procedure so that the plan can be modified for future use.

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