About the Course
This course covers a strategy for maintenance people to achieve a high reliability of their equipment and assets through the principles of Planned Maintenance Four Phases to Zero unplanned breakdown strategy. Phase 1 deals with Stabilizing MTBF, main activity involved here is restoration by establishing Equipment Basic Equipment Condition. Phase 2 deals with Addressing Equipment Weaknesses in Design and addressing them to prolong the lifespan of parts. Phase 3 and 4 of Planned Maintenance deals with developing a Maintenance Tasks Selection Diagram in order to classify which parts will fall on the different maintenance tasks available. This is where Reliability Centered Maintenance can be used. Phase 4 if Planned Maintenance is about Predicting Failures through a system known as Condition-Based Maintenance and the use of Diagnostic tools to monitor condition of parts.