From Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Handbook

This appendix illustrates the type of knowledge a planner should be gaining when becoming familiar and adept with planning techniques. The review of answers to these tests helps clarify the planning principles. Planners should also review and practice the scheduling examples of Chap. 6, Basic Scheduling, for work hour forecasts, backlog work order sorting, and weekly allocation of work orders.

Maintenance Planning Test Number 1

Name:____ Date:____

(Closed Book, except for App. J: Work Order System Manual.)

  1. 35% productivity means that for a 10-hour shift, how many hours are non-productive on the average?

    1. 2 hours

    2. 5 hours

    3. 6 hours

    4. 10 hours

  1. Productive time includes which of the following?

    1. Walking to the job site.

    2. Carrying a gasket to the job site.

    3. Getting instructions from crew supervisor.

    4. Unbolting the casing on a pump.

  1. The majority of a typical maintenance budget is:

    1. Wages and benefits

    2. Parts and supplies

    3. Special tools

  1. Proactive maintenance is:

    1. Fixing equipment as soon as possible.

    2. Doing work to prevent equipment from developing serious problems.

    3. Being committed to quality work.

  1. Maintenance planning improves _____ of the maintenance force work.

    1. Only efficiency

    2. Only quality

    3. Both productivity and effectiveness

  1. Maintenance planning should be able to raise crew productivity from 35 up to 55%. This improvement is a _____ increase in productivity.

    1. 20%

    2. 35%

    3. 57%

    4. 100%

  1. The purpose of planning is:

    _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________

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