Find Value in Your PeopleWORK MANAGEMENT
PCMS Engineering have extensive experience in changing inefficient and costly work processes through on-site measurements, coaching, facilitation and training of INPO AP928, ISO55000 and BIM best practice standards.
The philosophy and practice of work management is relevant to any progressive organisation that understands that many of the costs and delays incurred within their operational areas are due to their staff struggling with inefficient, misaligned and outdated processes and procedures.
We enable companies to understand, consolidate and roll-out consistent integrated work management activities across all their facilities by making sure work is Identified & selected, scheduled, co-ordinated, controlled and supported with the correct resources for safe, timely and effective completion.
Assess Your Strengths and WeaknessesKEY STEPS TO WORK MANAGEMENT
The following diagram illustrates the five key disciplines that are essential to a fully functional Work Management process. Each column needs to be equally strong and well supported during the development, implementation and embedding stages.
PCMS have worked with clients across many industry sectors to assess their various strengths and weaknesses within the five column criteria. This has led to the development of rapid action improvements initiatives via focused workshops and shop floor engagements.
Interrelationships Between Key ComponentsWORK MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK
The diagram below displays four rings, the significance of the rings are as follows:
- The central circle recognises the Work Management Process as the adopted methodology on a plant or site to identify, select, plan, schedule, deliver and critique work in a manner that ensures high levels of safe and reliable plant operation.
- The inner ring designates the key elements essential to the successful implementation of a Work Management process. Each of these elements needs to be understood and developed as part of a balanced programme.
- The middle ring designates the ‘working mechanics’ of the process. Each of these individual components needs to be embedded to produce an effective Work Management process.
- The outer ring shows the main drivers and benefits that should be achieved through the implementation of a fully functional work management process.