Maintenance & Reliability Improvement
Improving maintenance & reliability functions effectively requires organisations to understand the concept of Maintenance Excellence and the holistic concept of Asset Management.
Maintenance Excellence is many things done well. It’s plant performance, product quality, asset reliability, maintenance cost versus budget, service levels, inventory turnover, etc. In order to achieve Maintenance Excellence, any organisation MUST pre-requisitely build an effective maintenance management practice as part of the Asset Management System which are aligned to Asset Management good practice.
As defined in the ISO55000: “asset management system is a set of interrelated and interacting elements of an organization, whose function is to establish the asset management policy and asset management objectives, and the processes needed to achieve those objectives.
In this context, the elements of the asset management system should be viewed as a set of tools, including the policies, plans, business processes and information system, which are integrated to give assurance that the asset management activities will be delivered.
To build an effective maintenance management practice requires establishing the fundamental building blocks of leadership, control, and continuous improvement. Within each of these blocks are elements at which an organization must excel.
"to build an effective maintenance management practice requires establishing the fundamental building blocks of leadership, control, and continuous improvement."
Relogica assists various organizations throughout Indonesia and abroad to improve their bottom line performance by supporting them in the drive to achieve maintenance excellence relevant to their business objectives.
We focus our collection of applicable tools & methodology into solution sets to improve their asset management system specifically in the maintenance function, reliability function, warehouse / spares management function and their interaction.
BUILDING THE FOUNDATION
MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT
ACHIEVING CONTROL OF YOUR ASSET MANAGEMENT PROCESS
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