In previous articles in this series we discussed the importance of keeping assets running at optimal levels and performance for production to remain on track, gaining buy-in across the organization, as well as the role of criticality analysis to mitigate potential risks and subsequent failures.
Periodic maintenance is not enough. In our years of experience as asset management and optimization experts in asset intensive industries, successful maintenance strategies require a managed, holistic approach and continuous improvements which can be triggered from many activities, from commodity prices to regulation changes.
This article outlines key considerations for building new maintenance strategies, including proper communication to employees, and how technology can be used to make the maintenance plan both efficient and effective.
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