What do you mean your planner doesn’t plan? Let’s look at what a maintenance planner should do both for and with your organization. The planner role is one of the most important roles within your reliability program. However, in a recent SMRP Conference session, only 3% said their planners were truly planning work regularly. If that is representative of the norm, what does that mean for metrics like wrench time and uptime? In this webinar, we share job descriptions, statistics, and best practices while crafting a plan for how to correct this problem at your sites.
Shon Isenhour, Founding Partner, Eruditio
Shon Isenhour is founding partner of Eruditio, a reliability education consulting firm. He specializes in adult learning, leadership, asset management, and reliability engineering. Isenhour is an expert in the implementation of holistic reliability solutions using tools such as Total Productive Maintenance, Reliability Centered Maintenance, and Root Cause Analysis, as well as Six Sigma and Lean to drive bottom-line results. He is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional and Certified Asset Management Assessor and has been accredited by Prosci and Colorado State University as a Change Management Professional.
Original session held on April 29, 2020