A good plan is good for business Breakdown maintenance still accounts for much of the time maintenance workers put in. Too often, the result is lost revenue, excessive downtime, and poor-quality repairs. This convenient, practical guide shows you how to develop a comprehensive planning and scheduling effort to ensure all resources are available when they are needed. You'll discover how to gather supportive data and build plans that will help you control maintenance costs and equipment downtime. * Make informed decisions about the most effective way to perform maintenance * Establish solid shutdown schedules * Set reasonable goals based on your budget * Understand a range of estimating and scheduling methods Structure a work order system that supports your plan * Allocate money, material, and labor resources for maximum productivity * Use multi-skill training to its best advantage * Formulate methods to identify the right work to be performed during a shutdownA guide to plant management provides information on ways to plan and implement an effective maintenance schedule.
|Title||:||Audel Managing Maintenance Planning and Scheduling|
|Author||:||Michael V. Brown|
|Publisher||:||Audel - 2004-06-11|