Applied Maintenance Management - OM-21

Discipline: Operations & Maintenance
Level: Basic
Instructors who teach this course:
  • Mr. Perry Lovelace


  • About the course
  • Designed For
  • You will learn
  • Course Content
About the course
No matter the price of oil, safe, efficient operations require well managed, integrated asset management. Effective, well organized maintenance management is the key. In this course, participants will receive a sound, integrated, basic knowledge of the maintenance function and how to progress towards world-class performance. Individual action plans will carry course learning into the work environment. A pre and post seminar self-assessment will be given to indicate delegates' competency improvements. The assessment is taken from the PetroSkills industry standard competency map for Maintenance Management.


"Presentation was challenging but well worth it." - Engineering Supervisor


"A great course. The instructor was world class." - Maintenance Planner
Designed For
Maintenance supervisors, team leaders, or managers needing to improve their maintenance programs. This course is a broad survey of essential aspects of maintaining a safe, efficient, and reliable facility asset.
You will learn
  • World class maintenance standards and how to apply them
  • Key performance indicators for your dashboard
  • Essential elements of work planning and scheduling
  • Optimization of preventive and predictive maintenance
  • To focus your resources on critical equipment
  • How to work with contractors more effectively
  • Development of organizational competence
Course Content
  • World class standards
  • Maintenance strategies
  • Planning and scheduling
  • Optimizing preventative and predictive maintenance
  • Identifying critical equipment
  • Developing organizational competence
  • Presenting your action plan