These are all symptoms of the maintenance organisation’s lack of control of their maintenance process. Many of the more acutely aware maintenance managers have recognized their problem but are still struggling to find the solution on how to get out from such state. To get out from this situation firstly requires the understanding of what constitutes control in the maintenance management context.
Achieving control means instituting and enabling the basic mechanism in your maintenance management to work effectively in controlling your core maintenance process to produce the intended objective. The core maintenance process encompasses three major activities of asset maintenance strategy formulation, asset maintenance work execution, and asset maintenance support. To effectively manage these activities also requires good performance and information management practice. Altogether, these are the fundamental elements that constitutes excellence in maintenance control.
We assist our clients to achieve excellence in controlling their maintenance process through the following services: