November 16, 2018, 10:05 am

Maintenance Strategy Development

Maintenance Improvement, to be effective, must be driven by a longer term view of where an organisation wishes to direct its efforts. This view should be:

  • Holistic – incorporate all aspects of Maintenance, and its relationship with the remainder of the organisation
  • Motivational – it must build high levels of commitment and momentum towards achieving the desired outcomes
  • Focused – it must ensure that efforts are focused on progressing those activities with the biggest returns for effort expended
  • Measurable – it must permit the identification, measurement, and “capture” of benefits accruing from implementation of the maintenance improvement activities, and
  • Directive – it should clearly outline the activities, roles, and responsibilities of all involved in the Maintenance Improvement effort.

This is at the heart of our approach to Maintenance Strategy Development

Often conducted after a holistic review or audit of the maintenance function, our approach is based on the A-B-C-D model of planning. We generally take a “deep, diagonal slice” through the organisation, and solicit involvement from representative personnel at all levels within the organisation, and included non-Maintenance personnel in workshop sessions and interviews. A high level of involvement builds commitment, and variety amongst those participating increases the quality of the outcome.

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