[# of completed scheduled WOs on time / total scheduled WOs * 100]
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Interpreting Schedule Compliance
A high scheduled compliance percentage suggests that maintenance tasks are consistently performed as planned. This can lead to increased equipment reliability, reduced downtime, and better asset lifecycle management.
A low percentage indicates that maintenance tasks are often delayed or not completed as scheduled.
Factors Affecting Schedule Compliance
Several factors can influence scheduled compliance in maintenance management:
Resource Availability: The availability of skilled technicians, spare parts, and equipment can affect the ability to complete maintenance tasks on time.
Maintenance Planning: The quality and accuracy of maintenance planning, including task scheduling and prioritization, can impact scheduled compliance.
Workload and Work Order Backlog: A backlog of open work orders can make it challenging to adhere to the schedule.
Unplanned Breakdowns: Emergency breakdowns can disrupt planned maintenance activities and reduce compliance.
Schedule Compliance Goals
The ideal scheduled compliance percentage varies by industry and organization. However, a common goal is to achieve a scheduled compliance rate of at least 90%. Industries with critical assets, such as aerospace, healthcare, and energy, may aim for even higher compliance rates, often exceeding 95%.
How to make the most of the Schedule Compliance Calculator:
Assets may have different levels of criticality, and compliance goals can vary accordingly. Consider setting different compliance goals for critical and non-critical assets.
Don't just focus on the percentage itself; analyze the reasons behind non-compliance. Understanding the root causes can guide corrective actions.
Create a feedback loop with maintenance teams and stakeholders. Discuss the results of the compliance calculation and collaborate on strategies to improve compliance rates.