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Appendix A: Maintenance Management Involvement Sample Less On Plan
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DOE-STD-1055-93
MA IN TEN A N CE MA N A GEMEN T IN V OLV EMEN T
S A MPLE LES S ON PLA N
LESSON PLAN
1. The instructor should be familiar with the following background information:
a. To ensure safety and excellence of all facility operations, managers and supervisors
should be technically informed and personally familiar with the operating conditions at
the site.
b. It is important that maintenance management establish the percentage of time that first
line supervisors are expected to spend supervising field activities. Additionally,
unnecessary paperwork, excessive meetings, and other administrative activities that
keep supervisors out of the field should be reduced.
c. An analysis program should be established to investigate unplanned events or
occurrences of a recurring nature that indicate corrective actions have not been
effective in eliminating the root cause.
d. A root cause is defined as the most basic reason or collection of reasons for an
unplanned event which if corrected will prevent recurrence of that event.
e. Correcting the causes of both equipment and human error problems may result in
improved facility reliability by decreasing the probability of recurrence of that
problem.
f. Maintenance performance indicators should be trended and tracked for program
improvements.
g. Managers should periodically review and assess various elements of the site
maintenance program. An evaluation of each maintenance program element should be
conducted at least once every other year.
2. To teach this lesson, the following training housekeeping items are required:
a. Location for the training,
b. Approximately 30 minute time period for the training,
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