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Organizations continue to invest in the tools to help them perform routine maintenance to improve equipment performance, reliability, and cost-effectiveness. In order to keep equipment running at peak performance and avoid unwanted breakdowns, it is important to perform routine maintenance to improve equipment reliability. It is essential to have a maintenance management tool, like CMMS software, to help you schedule and manage your preventive maintenance and monitoring performance. The following are some important tips to improve preventive maintenance:
October 2021 With the summer winding down, now is the best time to prepare camps and recreation facilities for the long dormant winter months ahead. Performing preventive maintenance and completing important fall maintenance tasks now saves a lot of time and aggravation and will make your life easier when you return to reopening in the spring.
Below are a few best practices to consider when preparing your facilities for closing them down before the upcoming winter months. These are just recommendations but the list will vary considerably depending on the type of camp that you have or what part of the country your camp is located in. Having a checklist ensures that everything has been completed and will help make opening day a lot easier.
Cleaning Interior: Offices, Kitchens, Other Rooms, and Electronic Devices
Check furniture, couches, chairs, benches check in the crevasses, under cushions, and furniture to ensure that there are no food particles.
Any camps that have beds, either for overnight or for sick rooms, dust or sanitize bed frames, side tables, lamps, mirrors, clothes rack, head/footboards, and dressers.
Sick Rooms: Wipe down, disinfectant and sanitize the room, cabinets, patient bed, etc.
Sick Room: Restock the first-aid kit and other medical supplies that you keep on hand during the year.
Sick Room: Make a checklist of the things you have in stock and keep them in a sealed storage container to avoid any rodents or pests infiltration.
Wipe down and sanitize door handles, doors, and window frames.
As the size of your company grows, adding additional employees and the expense of investing in assets and equipment to keep your company operating is now more challenging. Along with the growth of your company and organization come additional responsibilities of managing all of your assets, resources and keeping everything running at peak performance.
In order to keep up with your competitors and your growing maintenance tasks, you are now at a point where you need to assess the efficiency of your current maintenance operations. Gone are the days of trying to manage your facility using multiple spreadsheets, trying to merge all of the information, extract duplicate data, and validate that the information is current. Trying to keep and manage checklists and tasks using paper and pencil has now become more of a struggle in this technology-driven world.
Where do you begin the task of evaluating and finding the right solution to automate and simplify your maintenance operations, and is it within your budget? With all of the maintenance software available in the market today, what will work best for you? There are so many options and things to consider.
To help you make the right decision this guide will give you an understating of what maintenance management is and provide you with some of the most important things to consider in helping you during your selection process.
What Is Maintenance Management?
Maintenance management is the process and procedure for maintaining a company’s assets, equipment, and resources. The purpose of maintenance management is to ensure that production proceeds efficiently and resources are used effectively. The overall business objective is to more efficiently schedule work, manage costs, prolong the lifespan of assets, and ensure that processes are followed to comply with all regulations.
How Can Maintenance Management Help Your Business?
Control expenses due to better management of parts inventory.
Maximize asset lifespan due to proper maintenance.
Help keep equipment running at peak performance.
Less disruption to production, work environments, etc.
Increase the safety of employees due to the proper maintenance of equipment.
Maintenance management software, such asCMMS, centralizes the storage of information to help organizations be more prepared for inspections and audits.
What Are the Types of Maintenance Management?
Reactive maintenance, also known as the run-to-failure strategy, is performed when assets are deliberately operated until they break down.
Preventive maintenanceis regularly scheduled inspections and maintenance done to help minimize the possibility of unexpected failures of equipment and reduce repair costs.
Predictive maintenanceis a condition-based approach that monitors the condition of assets using sensor devices and provides warnings to maintenance managers when an equipment failure might occur.
Condition-based maintenance is a condition-based approach that monitors the condition of assets and relies only on real-time sensor measurements. Once a parameter reaches an unacceptable level, maintenance workers are dispatched. This means that condition-based maintenance systems perform work only at the time it is needed.
Reliability centered maintenance is a method of analyzing breakdowns to identify which maintenance methods will work best for each piece of machinery.
Why Is Maintenance Management Important?
Without maintenance management, there can be significant delays in products and services, disruption to business operations, and an increase in expenses. Maintenance management helps companies organize and manage time and costs, to ensure the efficiency of processes and procedures while maintaining resources and controlling costs.
For any organization, maintenance backlogs play an important role in determining the reliability of an equipment’s operating condition, the efficiency of an organization’s maintenance plan, and the major areas of improvement in an organization’s maintenance operations. Maintenance backlogs are tasks that are ready to be done, such as preventive maintenance routines, predictive maintenance tasks, to corrective maintenance work. These tasks are critical to any business because they help to prevent safety issues, breakdowns, failures, or damage that could put you, your equipment, or your workers in danger. We all know that a certain level of maintenance backlog is inevitable, but neglecting these tasks can lead to more breakdowns, asset downtimeand a major disruption to your business operations.
The Cannabis industry is rapidly growing and is struggling through processes, regulations, and compliance. This industry depends on reliable, highly powerful equipment, intensity lighting, humidity control, and more to grow and process cannabis plants. The demand to manage all of the assets, equipment, the entire maintenance operations, being prepared for inspections, and meeting compliance regulations (FDA, etc.) is challenging. Managing all of the equipment, tasks and processes requires a maintenance management system that can keep up with the speed that this industry is encountering. They face many challenges to meet with the growth and the innovative technology, meet specific requirements and deliver safe products to the end-user. Read more…
As maintenance teams are preparing for the reopening ofschools and universities, they face new guidelines and challenges to ensure the safety of our children. These new guidelines and regulations bring new facility management protocols, upgrades to building systems, and the task of managing multiple vendors to ensure that the buildings are kept clean and safe.
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eWorkOrders has an ongoing effort to maintain the security of our systems and our customer’s data. We have utilized a third party, SecurityScorecard to analyze and continuously rate how well prepared we are at preventing cyber-attacks.
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eWorkOrders has been highly recognized by their customers for their dedication in providing outstanding performance, exceptional customer support and execution in Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) software.