Processes and Tools to Make Planning and Scheduling Stick

Feb 3, 2015 6:00pm – 

Lloyd “Tex” Leugner
President (Retired)
Maintenance Technology International

Improved utilization of maintenance resources can result in a 30% or more improvement to the financial bottom line. This workshop will provide the tactical information necessary to implement an effective planning and scheduling

  • Working models of the maintenance planning and scheduling process, including practical guidelines, tips and tricks to keep things on track
  • Getting everyone on the same page – winning communication practices to support maintenance scheduling
  • Effective organization tools to facilitate cross-functional coordination, cooperation and collaboration
  • Making data-drive decisions to prioritize equipment inspection and repair
  • Planning practices to increase your wrench time and prevent reactive fire-fighting

About Your Workshop Leader:

Lloyd “Tex” Leugner in his long and impressive career – including 15 years in the Canadian Forces – has authored hundred of articles and papers as well as three books on industrial maintenance and lubrication