Abordagem processual em projetos de Parada Total de Produção: estudo dos benefícios na gestão da manutenção / Procedural approach in projects of Total Stop Production: study of benefits in maintenance management

Juliane Sílvia Zanotti, Leonardo Helmer Bremenkamp, Roquemar de Lima Baldam, Lourenço Costa, Thalmo de Paiva Coelho Junior, Elaine Christina Gonçalves Dá Rós Baldam

Resumo


 Apesar de sua importância para manter a segurança e a confiabilidade no funcionamento das fábricas, as atividades de manutenção são muitas vezes vistas apenas como despesas e empecilhos para a produção. Em casos em que é necessário efetuar serviços que exigem a parada total da produção, os custos são especialmente elevados e é necessária uma gestão da manutenção eficiente que faça os reparos corretamente e no menor tempo possível, evitando perdas não planejadas. Normalmente essas paradas são gerenciadas por projetos que se destacam por deslizes de custos e cronograma. Todo o planejamento, execução e controle dessas atividades executadas nos projetos, porém, apresenta características similares aos processos de manutenção de rotina. Este artigo propõe identificar ações da gestão por meio de uma abordagem processual capazes de proporcionar melhor desempenho na gestão da manutenção em projetos de parada total de produção. Para tanto, realizou-se levantamento na literatura especializada e pesquisa de campo em uma multinacional do setor de mineração, onde foram coletados dados através de análise dos processos existentes e em entrevistas com gestores. Os dados foram confrontados com a abordagem conceitual existente na gestão da manutenção, gerando os resultados descritos neste artigo, que apresentam importantes benefícios que poderiam ser obtidos pela abordagem processual.

 


Palavras-chave


Parada total de produção, gestão da manutenção, processos, projetos.

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