The purpose of this course is to introduce the participant to Production Planning processes from a strategic level to an operational level. It develops how to determine what the market expects of our company and make it compatible with our productive reality, with the objective of fulfilling with our clients, thus defining a correct Service Policy.
A fundamental element in any planning is to know how to manage our production capacity and also establish improvements in the physical distribution of equipment in our plant and "lay-out" to increase this capacity. To this end, this course will see tools and knowledge to optimise resources (material and human) and maximise results, as well as identify and manage the "feared" bottlenecks.
Within a correct planning of the production and the productive capacity it has a fundamental impact to manage correctly the tasks of maintenance of the equipment. Also seen in this module is the large number of technical, technological, operational and management aspects that can change the impact of maintenance work on company results, especially through obtaining the maximum availability of production assets at the lowest cost, ensuring the quality of the final product and the safety of workers. Another important aspect will be the knowledge of the maintenance tasks marked by legal dispositions that are of obligatory fulfillment, or "legal maintenance", whose control and execution guarantees the continuity of the business activity.
Classify and interpret any type of company using criteria of Productive Process Strategy and Product / Service to decide the most appropriate Service Policy.
Understand and master the operation of the Production Plan and Control System.
Know what the MRP (Material Requirement Plan) is and what it is used for and manage its calculation.
Apply what has been learned and be able to develop a complete and detailed Production Plan.
Master and be able to develop a Capability Plan and a Capability Requirements Plan.
Master the calculation of Available and Necessary Capacity, and manage their differences.
Plan orders according to capacities and control the determination and management of Bottlenecks.
Apply and develop the SLP method of in-plant distribution.
Manage the main concepts related to industrial maintenance and its internal processes. As well as the different techniques for the execution of an effective and efficient maintenance.
Know the optimal management of human resources, contracts and materials for maintenance, focused on improving the availability of equipment.
Analyse the current situation of a maintenance department using management indicators and design an excellence roadmap.
Current Business Environment.
Customer and Consumer Expectations.
Objectives and Conflicts in a Company.
Service Policy. Definition.
The Productive Area within the Company.
Introduction to the Productive Process Strategy.
Models of Productive Process Strategy. Characteristics:
Introduction to Product/Service Strategy.
Product/Service Strategy Models.
Scheme of the Model.
Business Plan (BP).
Sales and Operations Plan (SOP).
Master Planning (MPS).
Material Requirement Planning (MRP).
In-Plant Control (PAC).
Evolution of the MPS to the MRP.
Advantages of MRP.
Scheme of Operation of the Dependent Demand:
Examples of MRP Calculation.
Introduction to the concept of MRP II.
Schematic of MRP II.
Production and Supply Planning Model.
Maintenance, Monitoring and Control.
Concepts of Productive Capacity.
Introduction to the Capacity Plan.
Capacity Plan Process:
Basis of starting point.
Factors affecting availability.
Measurement and Capability levels. Determination of Available Capacity.
Factors affecting needs.
Dependencies of Available Capacity.
Introduction to Order Planning.
Types of Plans:
ERP: Finite Capacity vs Infinite Capacity.
Definitions and Concepts.
Yield and Productivity
Theory of Constraints
Classification of Resources
Bottle Necks. Detection and Management
Rules of the Theory of Constraints
Implications of available vs necessary capacity management
Actions to balance capacity
Methods for Modifying Available Capacity
Analysis and Control Process
Starting point. Definitions and Concepts
SLP Principles and starting alternatives
General Description of the Method
Relationship between Activities
Relational Chart of Activities
Determination of Spaces
Relational Spaces Chart
Adapting the Chart
Evaluation and Selection of Alternatives
Definition, Objectives and Justification of Maintenance.
Consequences of Non-Maintenance.
Golden Rules and bases for a correct Maintenance.
Causes of Faults or Breakdowns.
Types of Maintenance: Classification and current trends.
Legal Obligation: Legal and Normative Maintenance.
The current environment of Maintenance.
Application of Strategies.
Factors that intervene in the efficiency of Maintenance.
Maintenance development infrastructure.
Resource Management and Implementation Staff.
Maintenance Plan Preventive - Predictive.
Training: Key Factor in Maintenance.
Occupational Health and Safety.
The Work Order.
Examples of Quality Management Systems.
Evaluation Indices and Management Reports.
Maintenance Management Tools.
Definition, usefulness and minimum requirements of a CMMS.
Main characteristics of a CMMS.
Purpose and scope of a CMMS.