Lean, Six Sigma, and Maintenance Best Practicesinterpro.wisc.edu/RA01267 See upcoming dates
Lean maintenance is a proactive strategy encompassing planned and scheduled maintenance through total productive maintenance (TPM) applying reliability-centered maintenance (RCM) logic.
Learn how to apply Lean concepts to your everyday work, use Lean tools in maintenance scenarios, utilize 5S, conduct value-stream mapping, use Kaizen Event to manage a Lean implementation, develop an effective Lean enterprise strategy, and much more.
Who Should Attend?
- Maintenance managers, supervisors, and technicians
- Reliability engineers
- Maintenance engineers
This course is part of the Maintenance and Reliability Management Certificate. Enhance your maintenance skills while earning a recognized credential.
- Maintenance terms and definitions
- What is a best practice?
- What is benchmarking?
- Understanding proactive maintenance
Maintenance Strategy Best Practices
- Proactive maintenance
- Precision maintenance
- Predictive maintenance
- Preventive maintenance
Work Management Best Practices
- Computer maintenance management system (CMMS)
- Planning and scheduling
- Job kitting
Maintenance, Operations, and Repairs (MRO) Best Practices
Measuring Best Practices
- Why measure?
- Leading and lagging indicators
Joe Anderson is the COO for ReliabilityX. He began his maintenance career, while in high school, working for Tyson (formally IBP). He possesses over 20 years of leadership experience improving maintenance departments processes for Fortune 500 companies in the food and beverage, and pharmaceutical industries. Joe is the author of a column in Plant Services magazine and is a recognized leader in reliability. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business from Strayer University. He is a CMRP, CRL, CARO, MLT2, MLA1, LSSGB, IAM-55k, CRL Black Belt and was recognized as one of the top 50 leaders in the country by the United States Congress, being awarded the National Leadership Award.
Lean, Six Sigma, and Maintenance Best Practices
Location: Madison, WI or Live Online
Course #: RA01267-C777
This course has a face-to-face or online attendance option:
Face-to-face course attendance is $1,295.00 and includes morning and afternoon breaks, scheduled lunches, course materials and face-to-face instruction.
Online course attendance is $1,295.00 and includes course materials and online instruction.
- CEU: 1.2
- PDH: 12
Registration 7:30 AM Central Time
Face-to-face instruction 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Central Time
Access Zoom web conference 7:30 AM Central Time
Online instruction 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Central Time
Pyle Center702 Langdon Street
Madison, WI 53706
DoubleTree by Hilton Madison Downtown525 West Johnson Street
Room: rates start at $149
Group Code: L6S
Reserve by: Mar. 27, 2023
Accommodations include: Complimentary WiFi, Complimentary Local and Airport Shuttle Service
If you cannot attend, please notify us no later than one week before your course begins, and we will refund your fee. Cancellations received after this date and no-shows are subject to a $150 administrative fee. You may enroll a substitute at any time before the course starts.