Sam Rizh, Scheduler - MSD Technology, Singapore
It was a simple and easy to follow course. The trainer was very clear, easy to understand and enjoyable with jokes, humour and funny videos.
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The World's Leading Authority and Author!
Doc Palmer has nearly three decades of industrial experience as a practitioner primarily within the maintenance department of the Jacksonville Electric Authority, a major United States electric utility. From 1990 through 1994, Palmer was responsible for overhauling the existing maintenance planning organization. Publisher McGraw-Hill subsequently sought out Palmer to author the Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Handbook published in 1999 and now in its second edition (2005).
Doc Palmer is a registered professional engineer with a master's degree in business administration. He is also a CMRP, Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional.
"The main strength of the event is sharing experience with speaker and participants. The trainer was also very informative."
Yusrizal Ismail - Maintenance Planning Manager, Petronas Penapisan (M) SB
"The equipments utilized are the most useful tool and the trainer was good."
Hasbullah Taib- Maintenance Supervisor, Petronas Lubricant International
"The importance to carry out the planning and scheduling is the main strength of the event. The course was also an eye opening to Joel since it highlighted the importance of role play by the maintenance planner."
Zolkifur Abdul Hamid-Senior Manager, Tenaga Nasional Berhad
"The main strength of the event was learning from a writer about life experience. I appreciate the sharing session."
Tse Wah Sing- Maintenance Planner Pharm, MSD Technology Singapore Pte Ltd
• Exactly how planning and scheduling help
• How to organize and control the planning function
• How to select planners
• How to estimate and use labor hours
• What level of detail to put into each plan
• The proper role of the first line supervisor
• The proper use of the priority system
• How to create and use weekly and daily schedules
• How to handle reactive work
• Guidelines for using a CMMS effectively
• What is necessary for planning and scheduling success
Managers, supervisors and planners responsible for maintenance planning, scheduling and control activities such as: