Provides a risk reduction model which links maintenance to these risks. Enables readers to make the link between maintenance on one hand and safety, profitability, and asset life on the other. Examines risks faced during the life cycle of a process plant. Discusses a high cost, high downtime maintenance activity, namely plant shutdowns. Provides an in-depth look at qualitative and quantitative risks. Includes a table of codes that can be used directly or adapted for use in most maintenance management systems. Keeps mathematics to a minimum. Includes chapter previews and summaries, a list of acronyms, and a glossary of terms. Providing readers with a clear rationale for doing maintenance, this completely updated edition and unique guide is written in a language and style that practicing engineers and managers can understand and apply easily. Effective Maintenance Management examines the role of maintenance in minimizing the risks relating to safety or environmental incidents, adverse publicity, and loss of profitability. In addition to discussing risk reduction tools, it explains their applicability to specific situations so the readers can select the tool that fits their requirements. Aiding to bridge the gap between designers/maintainers and reliability engineers, this guide is sure to help businesses utilize their assets effectively, safely, and profitably.Maintenance. Maintenance can mean different things to different people. Quite often, senior managers and accountants see maintenance primarily as a cost ... At some point in time, the capability falls below the required performance level.
|Title||:||Effective Maintenance Management|
|Publisher||:||Industrial Press - 2011-09-13|