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Prerequisites: The student should be familiar with overall facility maintenance. Student must qualify for Level II participation, or have completed the BOC Level I series.
At the completion of the Preventive Maintenance & Troubleshooting Principles, a participant will be able to:
- use troubleshooting skills to solve problems in their facility.
- understand the types of maintenance from emergency maintenance to predictive maintenance.
- develop a PM system, including selection of a CMMS.
- implement a PM system.
- identify basic PM procedures.
- determine basic troubleshooting procedures.
- familiarize maintenance staff with equipment and tools.
- communicate the value of preventive maintenance to management.
Texts: STUDENT HANDBOOK: BOC 2010 – Preventive Maintenance & Troubleshooting Principles, plus course handouts
Special Equipment for Instructors: None
a. Test 100%
BOC 2010 – Preventive Maintenance & Troubleshooting Principles: Course Outline
1. Introduction to Preventive Maintenance & Operations
2. Energy Review
a. The use of energy accounting
3. Troubleshooting Heating Systems Overview
4. Heating System Review
b. Air Systems
5. Cooling System Review
6. Overview of troubleshooting skills
a. Troubleshooting Problem Types
b. Technical Problem Solving Steps
7. Technical Problem Solving
b. List Causes
8. Troubleshooting Renovation
c. Executing the Plan
9. Approach to Troubleshooting
10. Manufacturers Resources
11. Troubleshooting Service Bulletins
12. Preventive Maintenance
13. Work Orders
14. Work Priority
15. Unscheduled Maintenance
16. 7 steps Implementing a PM System
18. Predictive Maintenance