Planning

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). Well written, updated, and frequently utilized work procedures demonstrate a deep understanding of reliability within an organization. Work procedures must be repeatable, clear and concise, and measurable. When followed in a disciplined manner, work procedures drive consistency of execution, especially among people of different skills levels.

How does iReliability™ enable this?

Effective Work Procedures

Build effective, repeatable Work Procedures that ensure consistent execution
Designed by maintenance planners for maintenance planners, the iReliability™ Effective Work Procedures wizard walks users through the process of developing job plans and procedures, including cautions, warnings, permit requirements, required tools and resources, associated job maps, and printable job cards.

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