Tag: Maintenance

How will your maintenance team achieve its goals and targets this year?

by on Feb.25, 2009, under Maintenance Management, Work

I have had another article on Maintenance Management published on the bluepencil blog;

How will your maintenance team achieve its goals and targets this year?

Has your maintenance team been set new targets and goals for this year that you do not know how to achieve? Do the targets require a large step change in performance levels or a major change in direction?

If so, you are not alone. Research shows that this is a difficult issue that many asset intensive businesses, teams and engineers struggle with and avoid taking positive action until it is too late!

To read the entire article please visit the blog at www.bluepencil.com.au post now on this this site.


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Moved Post – How will your maintenance team achieve its goals and targets this year?

by on Feb.19, 2009, under Maintenance Management

Post moved from bluepencil.com.au to ensure it stays online.

Has your maintenance team been set new targets and goals for this year that you do not know how to achieve? Do the targets require a large step change in performance levels or a major change in direction? If so, you are not alone. Research shows that this is a difficult issue that many asset intensive businesses’, teams and engineers struggle with and avoid taking positive action until it is too late!

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New article on RCM published at blue pencil

by on Dec.21, 2008, under Maintenance Management

My second article on Maintenance Management has been published on the bluepencil blog;

Does your RCM Process Identify and Manage High Impact Plant Failures?

Most maintenance practitioners are familiar with the plant reliability benefits that can be gained from using Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) to design the maintenance regime for your plant, but does your RCM process identify and manage the risk of high impact plant failures.

To read the entire article please visit the blog at www.bluepencil.com.au.

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My first article published on blue pencil

by on Aug.13, 2008, under Maintenance Management

My first article has been published on bluepencil the Asset Capability Management blog about “realising the potential of your people, plant and processes”. This article is about having a model to understand your KPI’s.

Please visit the post at Understand your KPI’s.

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