Maintenance Manual

The principal goal of a maintenance organization is always to improve operational reliability, which means ensuring an installation continues to operate as planned during operations. To achieve this, a maintenance organization must have a clear vision and strategy with established procedures and goals. A good example of a maintenance strategy would be seeking to achieve more effective production through preventive and condition-based maintenance. It’s important that everyday work include focusing long-term on factors such as root cause analyses in corrective maintenance to raise the degree of planning over time, thereby ensuring cost effective maintenance.