February 2017

Maintenance and Reliability

Maintain the simplicity of maintenance work processes

In the processing industries, companies rely on their physical assets to guarantee that they are always producing at the same capacity, or preferably higher, than they began. To achieve these high levels of production, assets must be readily available.

Asquini, M., T.A. Cook Consultants Inc.

In the processing industries, companies rely on their physical assets to guarantee that they are always producing at the same capacity, or preferably higher, than they began. To achieve these high levels of production, assets must be readily available. The best way to reach this goal is by properly planning, scheduling and executing all preventive and corrective maintenance activities. Successful progression greatly decreases the time and energy spent on reactive activities. Although the process demands rigor and discipline, a company’s goals can be realized through a clear and structured work order management system. This article presents the necessary elements of a simple, straightforward

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