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. It looks in depth at the preventive practices in place in the organisation compared to world class practices across multiple sites and/or others in the same industries and other industries.
The evaluation uses a the Wevalgo Preventive Maintenance Model
Brief description of the questionnaire 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
- 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
Policy by equipment
- 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