Asset management excellence : optimizing equipment by John D. Campbell, Andrew K.S. Jardine, Joel McGlynn

By John D. Campbell, Andrew K.S. Jardine, Joel McGlynn

Throughout the 8 years because the booklet of "Maintenance Excellence: Optimizing apparatus Life-Cycle Decisions", the company setting has replaced enormously. Globalization, consolidation, and alterations in know-how problem asset administration and upkeep execs to be extra effective. Globalization and consolidation were fairly instrumental within the alterations in upkeep standards, Read more...

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3 Leadership and people. Stated strategy with mission, long range vision, goals. Goals are specific, measurable, achievable, and realistic and timed (for two or more years). Actions match words. Strategy linked with corporate goals. Excellence Strategy and Business Planning Decentralized teams controlled by maintenance have plenty of interaction with production crew members. Decentralized teams operate independent of daily maintenance control and may report to production. Plenty of interaction with production crew members.

For example, a production shift supervisor may not see why you need additional downtime to finish a repair properly. You have to convince him or her of the benefit: extended time before the next failure and downtime. Maintenance and reliability are focused on sustaining the manufacturing or processing assets’ productive capacity. By sustaining we mean maximizing the ability to produce quality output at demonstrated levels. This may mean production levels that are beyond original design if they are indeed realistically sustainable.

For example, in a conventional company a procurement officer may be in charge of buying new mobile assets, such as planes, trains, buses, or ships. He or she is motivated (and probably measured) on specific criteria for success, most likely negotiating cheap prices and meeting the needed number of vehicles. The maintenance of these vehicles is managed by someone else whose job is to keep repair costs down. The financing may be handled by another manager and the disposition and liquidation by yet another.

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