Maintenance Operating Systems! Reliability! Keeping your employees safe! Using all that data your people collect! If these are things you have found daunting or impossible in running your plant's maintenance department, this book is for you. L. R. Pyle spotlights all of these problems, explains the theory, then gives you practical examples of how to improve (and how not to-from his own mistakes gleaned from a 30 year career.) Mr. Pyle starts with the seven management modules needed by any maintenance department and expands each one in a clear and entertaining manner. If you have no idea of how to begin to improve your maintenance effort, this book will lead you through the basics and into the practical application of all you need. If you, on the other hand, are an experienced maintenance manager but are having problems in reliability, operations, management, metrics, planning, training or safety, this book will give you ideas on each topic and show you how they all tie together. Maintenance Management has never been explained better than in this small book.The job description is a list of abilities, physical, mental, and perhaps societal, that you expect of all your craftspeople in a particular trade. The key here is the word ALL. If you do not require your existing employees to have those abilities, dona#39;tanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Seven Modules of Systematic Maintenance|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2003-12-01|