This is a free sample from the course Implementing Maintenance Planning & Scheduling.
In this lesson, we’ll discuss why scheduling is a continuous process and I will compare scheduling to a process of a conveyor belt with buckets of work that the scheduler needs to fill. Looking at scheduling like this will help to understand how the continuous development of a frozen weekly schedule works, and how it combines with developing a draft schedule for future weeks.
The Key Points of this lesson are:
This video is one of the 48 video lessons contained in the course Implementing Maintenance Planning & Scheduling (PS100). Some of the other things we discuss in this module are:
Learn what maintenance planning & scheduling is, how it creates value in an industrial plant and how to successfully implement it.