Author: Adam Kownatka

Why Your Organization Needs a Time-on-Tools Study

Posted By: Connect on LinkedInA time-on-tools study gained its roots in around 1910 when a concept called time-and-motion was designed for production assembly workers. The idea of tool time studies when applied to hourly maintenance workers is to measure what percent of that worker’s time is spent on actual work.  Travel time, job planning, getting […]

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Prioritize Work with an Equipment Criticality Assessment

Posted By: Connect on LinkedInWork prioritization continually changes based on the evolving needs of the business. A component of prioritizing work is Equipment Criticality. A Criticality analysis is defined as the process of assigning assets a criticality rating based on potential risk and consequence of failure. Why is criticality analysis important?Criticality plays a role in nearly […]

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Overcoming Roadblocks to Create an Effective Training Plan

Posted By: Connect on LinkedInFiguresConsider the formal evaluation of skills required by the position being trained and the quality of the program components.A training plan is a form document that communicates to management and stakeholders the details of the proposed training program.What should a training plan contain?Motives and objectivesCurriculumRequirementsStrategiesSchedulesResourcesWhy Training Plans get Passed Over in […]

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