Maintenance Phoenix

Standardization: Good for you but not for me!

Posted by Mike Gehloff on Jun 15, 2014 3:47:42 AM

Can we agree on one thing?   When considering the tasks that we perform on a daily basis as a maintenance organization, there is a one-right way to do them?  I am not saying that I know the answer, but I believe that there is one-right way to rebuild a Goulds HT3196 LTX pump.    I believe that there is one-right way to calibrate a Campbell Scientific pH probe.  I would propose that the correct method to perform these tasks is a scientific fact.  Now if you were to ask me who makes better music The Beatles or the Rolling Stones, well then I would of course say The Beatles, but that would be an opinion; open to debate and discussion with no clear answer.

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Tags: Maintenance Planning, asset management, best practices training, breakthrough in performance, Change Management, continuous improvement, Developing procedures, effective procedures, failure elimination, known best practices, maintenance best practices, maintenance planning, Maintenance Procedures, Maintenance Scheduling, Proactive Maintenance, Time Management

Does moving from Reactive to Proactive Maintenance require a Change Management Process

Posted by Mike Gehloff on Jan 5, 2014 8:21:55 AM

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Tags: Reactive Maintenance, Uncategorized, Maintenance Strategy, Preventive Maintenance, asset reliability, Asset Health, asset integrity, asset management, Asset Optimization, Asset Reliability, Capacity Assurance, Change Management, continuous improvement, Excellence in Maintenance, failure elimination, known best practices, maintenance best practices, maintenance cost, Maintenance Excellence, Maintenance Function, Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Maturity, Maintenance Philosophy, optimal asset reliability, optimal reliability, Optimize PM, Proactive Maintenance, Procedure Based Maintenance, reactive maintenance, Reliability Based Maintenance, Reliability Engineer, Reliability Processes, Ricky Smith, world class maintenance, World Class Maintenance

Attributes for the Best Maintenance and Reliability Managers

Posted by Mike Gehloff on Apr 24, 2013 10:51:44 AM

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Tags: Lean Six Sigma, Maintenance, PM, Preventive Maintenance, asset reliability, Alcoa Mt Holly, Asset Health, asset integrity, Asset Optimization, Asset Reliability, Capacity Assurance, Change Management, continuous improvement, Excellence in Maintenance, humility, known best practices, Maintenance Culture, Maintenance Excellence, maintenance leader, maintenance management, maintenance manager, Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Maturity, Maintenance Philosophy, maintenance supervisor, Proactive Maintenance, Procedure Based Maintenance, Production Management, world class maintenance, World Class Maintenance

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