The model is structured in three categories and eight areas, each area includes 3 – 10 detailed best practices; this structure enables to identify preventive maintenance performance at a high level and holistic view and at a detailed level.
Two uses are possible:
- learn preventive maintenance management best practices
- assess preventive maintenance practices against world performers thanks to the online questionnaire functionality
The best practices are structured in the Wevalgo Preventive Maintenance Model
Brief description of the best practices, categories and areas
- Total productive maintenance: definition and communication of the principles, shared objectives, KPIs and collaboration between production and maintenance, autonomous maintenance...
- Planned maintenance: systematic schedule, operations data management and storage
- Predictive maintenance: operations triggers, operations data management and storage, usage of mathematical models, usage of Articial Intelligence
- Reliability programme: Reliability centered maintenance, Reliability programme in place, Experience in Reliability management, Reliability programme foundations
Policy by equipment
- Equipment critical analysis: Equipment criticality list, Criticality analysis process, Quick analysis process, cross functional teams, statistics usage (FMEA, MTBF, MTTR...), Impact analysis
- Root cause analysis: historical data analysis, level of training and competences, specific roor cause analysis actions, methodologies, improvement plans, cross functional teams
- Maintenance policy definition: definition and update process, inputs, multi-site policy, definition level of content
- Maintenance policy application: knowledge of the policy, proportion of equipments with a formal policy, effective usage and update
Example of usage for evaluation
Get a in-depth and detail assessment of your preventive maintenance management and practices to:
- precisely understand preventive maintenance management strengths and weaknesses through quantified data allowing internal and even external comparisons
- define new production preventive maintenance management ways of working, trainings, or other improvement actions
- define targeted areas to monitor closely on preventive maintenance management
- easily compare improvements and progress at different points in time
The best practices are accessible directly after purchase. In case of usage to evaluate the practices the following steps apply
- The service manager* can directly carry out an evaluation by answering the questionnaire (optional); steps 2 to 4 are optional depending on whether he/she wishes to invite other participants to carry out the evaluation
- If he/she wishes to invite other participants to conduct the evaluation, he/she proceeds to steps 2 to 5
- Otherwise he/she goes directly to step 5 of viewing the results
- He/she can still do his evaluation after the participants if he did not do it at the beginning
- Customisation of the service to the organisation by the service manager*
- Service name, title and introduction for the participants invited
- Selection of participants to the service
- Definition of dimension to enable analysis by organisation dimension (optional)
- Selection of anonymity option
- Sending of an invitation link to the selected participants
- Evaluations performed by selected participants, on the Wevalgo web platform
- Participants connect to Wevalgo web site thanks to the link sent by the service manager
- Participants answer on-line
- The service manager can follow up the answers progress status
- Results available at the end of evaluations on the Wevalgo website
* The service manager is the person who purchased the service.
Recommended participants for an evaluation
For the evaluation we recommend the following participants:
- The Production site director
- The site production and maintenance managers
- The reliability manager or preventive maintenance manager
- A selection of key production managers or experts, knowledgeable of the maintenance operations, in particular the preventive maintenance and the new equipment installations
- In case of several geographical sites, a selection of each site managers and maintenance, enabling to compare the practices between the different sites.
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Get instant and full access to reports as soon as evaluations are completed.
Gain multi-level analysis on several axis that can be explored in varied depths and dimensions through a user friendly results menu. A few samples of the results report are shown below
Visualise the performance and their drivers at a glance across all categories and sub-categories
Results by organisational dimension
Compare performance across your own, relevant and entirely customisable organisational dimensions. For example by geographical locations, departments, hierarchical levels or any other you see fit. Zoom in to breakdowns by category, subcategory and/or question
Results by evaluator and category
You can see detailed results to better understand the causes of your organisation performance
Wevalgo excellence model Results
Get valuable insight into areas and axes of progress thanks to our embedded Wevalgo model. Other analytical models may be incorporated, see key concepts for more information)
We have expert consultants on hand to build their own evaluations, assist you and interpret your results. Select the Expert Review option on the purchase menu.