Managing Maintenance Resources shows how to reduce the complexity involved in engineering, or re-engineering, a maintenance organization. It recognises that this is a complex problem involving many inter-related decisions - such as whether or not resources should be centralized, contractor alliances be entered into or flexible working be adopted. This book provides a unique approach to modeling maintenance-production organizations. It enables the identification of problems and delivers guidelines to develop effective solutions. This is one of three stand-alone volumes designed to provide maintenance professionals in any sector with a better understanding of maintenance management, enabling the identification of problems and the delivery of effective solutions. * The second of three stand-alone companion books, focusing on reducing the complexity of organizational design * Covers the maintenance of plant, production and operations assets in industry and service sectors, including manufacturing, food and process engineering, minerals and mining, transport, power and IT * Includes review questions, exercises and case studies * Clearly specified objectives and learning outcomes are given for each chapter, including a route map to link each chapter to the rest of the topics covered(g) To what extent do you consider that the increase in the supervisors DP and UP duties (resulting from his increased span of ... the job descriptions of the following personnel: (i) maintenance manager, (ii) maintenance supervisor, (iii) artisan.
|Title||:||Managing Maintenance Resources|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 2006-06-22|