Maintenance management is the the process of systematic planning, executing and monitoring all phases of maintenance operations. It is the best tool to reach a balance between budget restraints and level of service. When maintenance management systems are well planned, they lead to proven efficiency and cost savings. Limited resources are available for maintenance work and it makes sense to take this realistic approach. A good maintenance management system helps you direct your resources to the right activities. It also helps you communicate your needs to corporate or political management, as well as the taxpayers.

This is what a good maintenance system can do for you:

 Planning:

Identify the work that should be done and must be done with the resources that are available.

Making a realistic estimate on the location and amount of work to be accomplished on each activity.

Developing a realistic annual work plan based on the above criteria that utilizes all of your resources efficiently and effectively.

Organizing:

Scheduling the work, taking into account available labor and equipment, weather factors and other considerations

Selecting specific work sites

Selecting an appropriate level of service for each activity

Directing and Controlling Activity:

Was the goal accomplished?

Are we cost effective and staying within the planned budget?

Is it necessary to redirect money from other activities?

Evaluating:

Was the planned work completed?

Did it meet agency standards?

Was the cost under or over budget?

If not what work was not accomplished?

 

WE CAN HELP YOU BUILD A SIMPLE AND USEFUL MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OR SIMPLIFY AND ENHANCE YOUR CURRENT SYSTEM FOR MORE EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE OPERATIONS AND IT WILL PROBABLY REQUIRE LESS ADMINISTRATIVE EFFORT THAN YOU THINK. CONTACT US FOR INFORMATION.

 

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