A successful maintenance strategy requires planning and scheduling maintenance on assets before a problem occurs. A good preventive maintenance plan includes keeping records of previous inspections and maintenance of equipment.
Since it is very complex to create a plan for the preventive maintenance of a large number of systems, companies can simplify their processes and make them clearer with modern CMMS software.
Preventive maintenance requirements differ depending on the equipment being serviced. The tasks include B. cleaning, lubrication, replacement or repair of parts or even partial or complete overhauls.
More obvious examples of preventative maintenance include ensuring production equipment is running efficiently, or inspecting, cleaning, and updating heating, ventilation, and air conditioning elements.
But other areas in a company also need regular maintenance. Water supplies must be hygienic, electrical systems must be safe and in compliance with government regulations, and doors, lighting and flooring must also be inspected to ensure they do not pose potential hazards.
With a modern CMMS solution, companies and operations can create recurring work orders to automate preventive maintenance. Users can create a central checklist for preventive maintenance and share it across different mobile devices. With certain triggers in the CMMS software, it is possible for responsible persons to send work orders automatically and to generate standardized processes for preventive maintenance in the company.