Maintenance Management Process

Maintenance Management Process

Work flow (maintenance management process) Steps Work Identification condition monitoring preventive maintenance process / operations HSE issues verbal requests Prioritization of work Approval of work Planning the work Define the necessary steps to do the job (WHAT work to do, HOW it will be done, HOW LONG it will take) Identify and prepare resource requirements […]

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Objectives of Maintenance Organization

Objectives of Maintenance Organization

We can simply categorize the Objectives of Maintenance Organization as below ; Optimum Availability of Production Systems and Equipment The primary target of the maintenance department is to make sure that all equipment and systems of the plant are in good condition and keep running. It is very important to ensure availability of  production systems and equipment, […]

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work order management

Work Order Management

Work Order Management is crucial part of the maintenance control system and it is vital to have an efficient maintenance planning. In each Work Order, detailed and proper information about the maintenance work to be done should be entered, including supportive technical documents. This is help maintenance crew to execute the work efficiently, with minimum […]

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Prioritization of Work

Prioritization of Work – NUCREC Method

Prioritization of work is very important because it affects how we utilize our labor. Priority is defined as “The fact or condition of being regarded or treated as more important than others” in the Oxford Dictionary and is defined as “coming before in time, order, or importance” in the Franklin Dictionary. When we prioritize a maintenance […]

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maintenance planning workflow

Maintenance Planning Workflow

PRE-Check of Work Request: Check CMMS if it is a duplicate Work Request or not Confirm Equipment number Check Work description or equipment symptoms Define Priority / Urgency of work Define Initial safety considerations Review CMMS history to determine if the job has been performed previously and history is available Search for a master plan […]

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Benefits of Maintenance Planning and Scheduling

Why Maintenance Planning and Scheduling is important No “Planning and Scheduling” means Poor Maintenance. Those are some of the results of poor maintenance; Frequent breakdowns and collateral damages, which needs more time to repair and complete replacement of equipment or spare parts. Increased spare parts inventory High Overtime, leads to frustration of the maintenance crew […]

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