Part of this Programme
Industrial Engineering and Management.
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Bachelor | Semestral | 5
Year | Type of course unit | Language
3 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
140 | 60
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Concepts of maintenance organization and management Definition of maintenance Function maintenance in organizational structure Application of regulatory frameworks Analysis of fundamental standards Concepts of operational maintenance management Asset registration Implementation of maintenance plans Implementation of indicator systems Application of the concept of maintenance effectiveness and definition of requirements and improvement tools Implementation of effectiveness indicators Application of economic / financial management concepts Implementation of results control systems Implementation of economic and financial indicator systems Application of the concept of efficiency and definition of requirements Application of improvement tools efficiency by optimizing resources. Implementation of the RCM and TPM efficiency indicators Implementation of a SWGM
Students should acquire skills in the following areas: 1. Understand concepts and principles related to the organization of maintenance management. 2. Know the normative references of maintenance management. 3. Understand the concepts of operational maintenance management. 4. Understand the concept of maintenance effectiveness. 5. Know the effectiveness improvement tools. 6. Understand the concepts of economic / financial management of maintenance. 7. Understand the concept of maintenance efficiency. 8. Know the efficiency improvement tools by optimizing the resources 9. Overall analysis of the maintenance performance
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
Ability to analyze and interpret the Operational and Economic / Financial Management mechanisms applied to Maintenance
Teaching methodologies and assessment
Methodology: Active and deductive methods of exposure with the support of Power Point slide projection. Case resolution using practical examples. Presentation of a SWGM by a company producing this SW. Assessment and evaluation elements 1 - Continuous Assessment 1.1 - Attendance, punctuality - weight of 10%. 1.2 - Exercises and participation in classes - weight of 30% 1.3 - Tests on the various subjects of the subject - weight of 60% The student will be approved in the continuous assessment if the weighted average of the values obtained in 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 is equal to or greater to 10 values. 2 - Examination The student will be approved if the result in the exam is equal or superior to 10 values.
Apoio à Decisão em Manutenção na Gestão de Ativos Físicos
Apoio à Decisão em Gestão da Manutenção - Fiabilidade e Manutibilidade
Organização e Gestão da Manutenção dos conceitos à prática
-Gestão da Manutenção de Equipamentos, Instalações e Edifícios-, Lidel
Fernando Dias Amaral
Gestão da Manutenção na Indústria
Filipe Didelet Pereira
Manutenção de Instalações Técnicas
José Torres Farinha
A Terologia e as Novas Ferramentas de Gestão
NP4492: 2010 Requisitos para a Prestação de Serviços de Manutenção.
NP EN13269:2007 Manutenção-Instruções para a Preparação de Contratos de Manutenção
NP EN013306_2007 Terminologia da manutenção
NP EN13460:2009-Manutenção - Documentação da Manutenção.
EN 15331: 2011 Criteria for design, management and control of maintenance services for buildings
EN 15341:2009 - Manutenção - Indicadores de Desempenho da Manutenção (KPI).
ISO 14224-Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas