Build a culture of teamwork with your supply function

  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Understanding
  • Organisation
  • Execution

The supplier can make or break the successful execution of on-site maintenance. Developing a strong, mutual relationship with the supply function will ensure there is communication, trust, organised expectation and the ability to complete planned maintenance on-time.

Measure results and process adherence

  • Measure
  • Review
  • Optimise

Being data-driven and dialled into the effectiveness of processes and making the required changes produces greater results. The planner needs high expectations of all stakeholders to ensure they can execute.

Forward schedule to an agreed period

  • Stick to your scheduled dates
  • Ensure stakeholders are on board
  • Execute accordingly

To enable organisational efficiency dates and deadlines must be adhered too. Ensuring all stakeholders are onboard and accountable provides a pathway to successful execution.

 Analyse completed work and continuously improve

  • Task Duration
  • Materials or quantity of materials
  • Work steps out of sequence
  • Labour requirements under/over resourced
  • Supplier requirements
  • Resource allocation
  • Master data changes to strategies and plans

Analysing, optimising and improving will make often difficult planned maintenance easy. Ensuring all stakeholders are on-board, materials and resources are available, and a supplier who partners with the success of the planned maintenance will directly affect the organisations profitability. If you want to learn more about empowering maintenance planners and the transformational benefits it has download our free whitepaper Operational Efficiency: 4 Ways to Empower the Maintenance Planner