WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES WHEN IMPLEMENTING A MAINTENANCE SYSTEM?

Planned Maintenance System
  • Lack of leadership.
  • Poor buy in from the staff.
  • The system is underutalised or tasks are not validated.
  • The System is not updated to give a true reflection of work outstanding, and yet to complete.
  • lack of training for staff in the use of the system.
  • Maintenance activites are undocumented.
  • Best practices are not implemented.
  • Standard Operating Procedures are not adhered to.
  • documentation for equipment is not readily available.
  • Maintenance is not given proper recoginition by senior management.

 

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF implementing A PROACTIVE MAINTENANCE REGIME?

  • management that take an active role in running the system lead by example. the result is, greater buy in from staff.
  • provides a systematic and organised work plan for all maintenance staff, ensuring all works are carried out as scheduled.
  • creates a safer working environment for staff.
  • results in the efficient use of resources within the organisation.
  • becomes an integral part of the company’s risk management strategy.
  • leads to standardised operating procedures (sop).
  • increases customer/guest satisfaction.
  • facilitates the training of new staff members.
  • improves communication-centralised location for all information.
  • improves decision making.
  • routine maintenance ensures greater operational efficiency from equipment.