Apr 22

Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals and ISO 55000

extract from – Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals  https://committee.iso.org/files/live/sites/tc251/files/guidance Good Asset Management is a key enabler for organizations seeking to contribute to the achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Asset Management provides clarity of purpose and the management system to ensure that good intentions are turned into practical reality. Effective and […]

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Mar 19

Can Technology get me to Scheduling Nirvana

The Simple answer  is No, before implementing any technology or even perfoming a major upgrade to your scheduling solution you should consider the following: Assessment of Current Maintenance Strategy – Have you determined whether it’s more cost effective to perform maintenance or to run equipment to failure? To repair in-house or buy a replacement? These and many […]

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Feb 02

Protected: How Can AJAG help with Inventory Management

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Jan 19

What is the best approach to stress the importance of having a proper maintenance plan ?

Typical maintenance costs of world class maintenance organizations average 2% or less of plant replacement cost * (Reliability Magazine Article)  Every $100,000 saved in a maintenance department is equivalent to a $2,000,000 increase in sales, assuming net 5% margins.  The Criticality Assessment provides improved understanding of facility components critical to continued safe operation.  Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) development identifies likely failures and consequences of those failures.  Predictive Maintenance versus scheduled Preventive Maintenance  Understanding PdM Implementation Costs – Most […]

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Jan 11

Things to Consider when looking at Equipment Reliability

Equipment Criticality Assessments – Are you performing maintenance on non-critical equipment while ignoring maintenance on equipment critical to safety, production or regulatory requirements?   Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA) Support – Do you know what equipment is critical and what the true cost of its failure will be?   Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) Support – Do you know how to identify the […]

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