The Handbook of Maintenance Management

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Industrial Press Inc., 2009 - Business & Economics - 455 pages
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Now in its second edition and written by a highly acclaimed maintenance professional, this comprehensive and easy-to-understand resource provides a short review of all the major discussions going on in the management of the maintenance function. This revision of a classic has been thoroughly updated to include advances in technology and thinking and is sure to be found useful by maintenance professionals everywhere. It's the perfect reference for any maintenance professional that needs a quick update on any specific area within the subject.

  • Contains five entirely new chapters, including Dealing with Contracts, 5S, Lean Maintenance, PM Optimizing, and Fire Fighting.

  • Contains five entirely new chapters, including Dealing with Contracts, 5S, Lean Maintenance, PM Optimizing, and Fire Fighting.

  • Offers a complete survey of the field, an introduction to maintenance
    and a review of maintenance management.

  • Provides a manual for cost reduction and a primer for the stockroom.

  • Includes a training regime for new supervisors, managers and planners.

 

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Contents

How to Use This Book
1
Introduction
3
Why Manage Maintenance
8
Section on Patterns The following chapters cover patterns in Maintenance Departments 1 Patterns in Maintenance
13
Wheres the Money? Proving Your Case to Management
28
How Assets Deteriorate
38
Estimating Maintenance Budgets for Buildings and Equipment
43
Evaluating Maintenance
49
Fire Fighting
215
PM Preventive Maintenance
219
How to Install a PM System
226
PM Task List Development
242
PdM Predictive Maintenance
258
Projects That Put You in the Drivers Seat
272
Using Statistics in Maintenance
281
Planning
287

Maintenance Metrics KPIs and Benchmarks
64
Evaluating Worker Productivity
75
Budgeting Maintenance
83
Life Cycle Costing
91
Section on Strategies The following chapters cover strategies to deal with the dominant pattern present in Maintenance Departments
96
The Science of Customer Service
101
Reengineering Maintenance
106
Dealing with Contracts
114
InSourcing and TPM
128
5S
137
Maintenance Quality Improvement
140
ISO 900X and Maintenance
147
Continuous Improvement
153
Lean Maintenance
160
RCM Reliability Centered Maintenance
164
PM Optimization
168
Accounting Issues of Maintenance and ActivityBased Costing
171
Maintenance Information Flow
182
Capturing Maintenance Information
192
Project Management
291
Estimating Job Duration and Work Standards
296
Maintenance Scheduling
301
CMMS Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
305
Maintenance Parts and Supplies
328
Maintenance Vendors
332
Maintenance Stock Room and Inventory Control
338
The Internet and Maintenance
349
How Maintenance Interfaces with Other Departments
355
Elements of Maintenance Leadership
363
Craft Training
374
Special Issues of Factory Maintenance
391
Special Issues of Fleet Maintenance
398
Special Issues of Building Maintenance
409
Special Issues of Field Service
428
Glossary
436
Resources
446
Index
451
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About the author (2009)

Joel Levitt is a management consultant living in Philadelphia. He is a regular speaker at more than twenty seminars & conferences a year.

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