For equipment maintenance, having a plan in place is vital to ensuring your business runs smoothly with minimal disruption to your workflow.
For managing staff and other resources, you want to make sure any maintenance strategies you carry out are championed across the organisation – a key component of successfully implementing maintenance management software.
There are several different types of maintenance strategies you can consider.
Planned maintenance involves a scheduled service task carried out by a qualified person to ensure that an asset is operating correctly. The purpose is to avoid any unscheduled downtime, maximise output and efficiency and utilise the asset for its recommended lifetime or beyond.
Preventive maintenance is the regular routine maintenance of your assets and equipment to preserve their life. Part of robust maintenance strategies, a preventive maintenance plan is essential to ensuring you minimise breakdowns and failures and can help significantly reduce costs.
Predictive maintenance software is vital to equipment maintenance, pre-empting and reducing equipment or asset failure, so you can get to the problems before they arise. Considering any one of these strategies for equipment maintenance could improve response times by 53%*, and for managing workforce, you could save up to 60% on administration*.
*Based on our customer case studies.