through its partners, provides extensive advisory in the field of lean and reliability engineering. These services help you understand operational conditions of your plant's equipment in meticulous detail. Thus, they allow you to make better-informed decisions about maintenance, efficiency and reliability.
Predictive programs for Condition Based Monitoring
RCM-based Maintenance Services
Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
Integrated Maintenance Programs
Preventive Maintenance Programs
Replacement-parts Inventory Optimization
Computer Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Strategy and Optimization
The organizations fail to realize the full potential of their systems and frequently fall well short of their maintenance and reliability goals. The reasons vary, but typically involve inaccurate, incomplete or inconsistent data in the system. As maintenance staff learn to not trust the data, adherence to standards and procedures become irregular, considered optional or are altogether abandoned. the CMMS strategy and optimization help to improving the utilization and performance of a company’s assets, reduce capital costs, reduce asset-related operating costs, extend asset life and ultimately improve ROA.
Asset Management Implementation
Many organizations are not properly able to review the appropriateness of their asset management strategy in the light of changes in the operating, regulatory and financial environment. They lack the necessary asset management policy, strategy and plan to ensure that they manage their assets in a sustainable way. More importantly, they do not know what (existing) assets they have, where they are, what condition they are in, what function they perform and their contribution to value. The absence of an asset management system is the reason why the management of most organizations are unable to properly account for their assets.
Maintenance Plan and Planning Improvement
An effective plan needs to cover all the features of your facility's maintenance policy. The program should contain an exhaustive inventory of assets that you need to maintain. The list which includes numerous items like boilers, pumps, and roofs, ensures that you don't leave out any vital asset. You'll also need to identify the specific maintenance tasks you intend to perform. Where possible, align these tasks to individual assets. A reasonable maintenance schedule should also suffice in guiding the whole maintenance program.For the efficient maintenance of your assets, you need to demonstrate the skills-set required for each maintenance task. You don't want to hire an inadequately skilled individual to handle the maintenance.The different levels of maintenance could help you as you prepare this section.