Considering that an average maintenance team handles over 2,300 work orders per year, a maintenance backlog is inevitable. Maintenance backlog includes any recurring repairs, preventive
The effectiveness of any maintenance plan, preventive or not, relies on your spare parts management. The challenge is finding the balance between having parts on hand when you need them and not having capital tied up in inventory you won’t need for months. Striking that balance allows you to minimize downtime by eliminating extra repair time due to lacking the necessary parts.
Analysis is to advance beyond just the superficial cause and adjust your process or systems to remedy the root cause. Now, root cause analysis isn’t just for major incidents or breakdowns. You can incorporate preventive root cause analyses into your maintenance strategy to keep things running smoothly and efficiently and help prevent major incidents from happening.
Usage-based maintenance avoids over-maintaining assets. A recent study found that 30% of PMs are scheduled too often for less-used assets.
If you’re providing devices for your team an MDM (Mobile Device Management) solution is incredibly helpful.
Here’s how each of the three Redlist modules help to protect against costly insurance claims…
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Mean time to defect is a measurement of the time between identifiable defects or issues that lead to equipment failure.
Maintenance departments at organizations both large and small can benefit from knowing what is mean time to repair and how to measure it. Mean time
Introducing new technology in the field can be cumbersome at first, especially for companies who may be stuck in defined ways of management and reporting.