In a previous article, we talked about a strategy for improving the performance of Preventive Maintenance programs that included comprehensive PM checklists, tracking the number and type of non-PM shop visits, and ensuring that equipment is scheduled for PM during a window of time that is neither to early nor too late. We also briefly touched on the subject of repair cost stances, something I wanted to dig deeper into today.
Steve Zerphey, General Manager, Fleet Services
The backbone to any World Class Maintenance Program is Preventive Maintenance (PM), but how do you gauge the performance and effectiveness of your PM Program? Here are some things to consider.
Did you know that, in at least one way, you are at your best when your system is out of order?
Now by "Out of Order," we mean when your mental picture of how things "should be" is very different from how things actually are. Human beings are always striving for order, and when our mental picture of how things should be matches reality, we feel comfortable and in control.
Master Fleet University is an exciting opportunity for maintenance leaders to learn from seasoned professionals all aspects of fleet maintenance. Our tiered curriculum consists of more than 20 fleet maintenance subjects to equip students with the tools to build a total, best-in-class fleet maintenance program. The subject matter is designed to help maintenance leaders lower cost, increase utilization, improve efficiency, and lower CSA scores.
We are frequently working with clients on steps for Continuously Improving the performance of their fleet maintenance operation. Master Fleet believes that no matter how successful or strong your performance is in a given operational area, there is always room for improvement. In this article we want to specifically discuss Continuous Improvement within your breakdown services and breakdown incidents.
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