Writing Good Maintenance Work Instructions & Procedures

Course Overview

Successfully translating your Asset Management Plans and Equipment Maintenance Strategies into action requires great work instructions, balancing the knowledge of your maintainers with requirements for quality in execution.

Duration

4 hours

Location

Students have the option to choose between Blended Training (Partly delivered online) or Complete Face-to-Face Training delivered at one of Competency Training’s national training centres, or at a client’s facility.

Price

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Dates

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Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Downloads

Successfully translating your Asset Management Plans and Equipment Maintenance Strategies into action requires great work instructions, balancing the knowledge of your maintainers with requirements for quality in execution.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Maintenance leaders who wish to improve the Maintainers who author procedures and work instructions.

 

Downloads

WORK INSTRUCTIONS
The difference between a work instruction and a procedure
Tasks versus steps, it’s all in the details
WORK INSTRUCTION FORMATS
What are the different forms that good work instructions take
Why have just one
When should each be applied
WRITING GREAT WORK INSTRUCTIONS
What is the right amount of detail: Writing for your audience, Writing for competency, Writing for assurance / risk exposure

This course can be delivered at a client’s site, and practical activities can be customised to reflect the client’s own situation and requirements.

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