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Requirements for controlling maintenance activities.
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Facility Maintenance Management Functional Area Qualification Standard
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Control and calibration of measuring and test equipment.


DOE-STD-1181-2004
Configuration control
Work authorization to start and conduct work
Control of work conducted under emergency conditions
b. Describe the maintenance supervisor's role and responsibilities in the supervision of
maintenance activities and review of completed work requests.
5.
Facility maintenance management personnel shall demonstrate a working level
knowledge of planning, scheduling, and coordination of maintenance activities.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a. Discuss the importance of planning, scheduling, and coordinating maintenance
activities and the factors to be considered in scheduling maintenance work.
b. Discuss the prioritization of maintenance activities.
c. Describe the elements of a priority system used for maintenance planning.
d. Define backlog.
e. Discuss the use of backlog as a management tool (mission, goals, budget, and staff).
f.
Describe the elements of a system used to manage the maintenance backlog.
g. Understand and describe the relationship between operations and maintenance
organizations. Include a discussion on resource and time requirements.
h. Discuss the role of planning meetings to coordinate activities.
i.
Describe the importance of pre-briefings and what should be included in a pre-brief.
j.
Discuss the relationship between normal maintenance and outage maintenance.
k. Discuss the requirements for scheduling and coordinating planned outages.
l.
Discuss the requirements for scheduling and coordinating forced outages or other
limitations to facility operations.
6.
Facility maintenance management personnel shall demonstrate a working level
knowledge of industrial property management practices as related to stores,
spare parts, and essential materials.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a. Discuss how component availability impacts plant reliability and safety.
b. Discuss the concerns related to maintaining inventory of critical components that affect
limiting conditions of operations.
c. Describe the following terms as they relate to procurement:
Just-in-time
Shelf life
Long lead time
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