If you believe, as we do, that the Maintenance Organization should be part of your Competitive Advantage and should be managed using the best business practices including Lean, Six Sigma and the Toyota Production system approach, we can help you achieve your vision.

Maintenance Excellence

All Maintenance Activities and Strategy should be formulated around the Progression of Failure Curve (PFC). By understanding the PFC,  business decisions can be made on the type of equipment to purchase, what type of maintenance (proactive, predictive, preventive, or run to failure) to be performed and the skill sets needed.

All equipment will fail and based on the costs associated with maintaining the equipment and the criticality of failure, the best lifetime costs for operating and maintaining the equipment can be chosen.
Basics of a Maintenance System

Maintenance Excellence

Below is a Maintenance 20 Key  Pre-Assessment performed by the facility and then verified by an onsite visit

20-keys-of-maintenance-guide

Our approach to the maintenance system defines the basics of what maintenance does, who does what, how they do it, and why. When properly understood and executed it delivers a reliable, safe, lowest total cost solution to the facility. This system is an essential foundational block that has to be in place for Lean, Six Sigma, and the Toyota Production System to be successful!!!

Maintenance Excellence
Maintenance Excellence
Maintenance Excellence
Maintenance Excellence
Maintenance Excellence
Maintenance Excellence