A Structured Methodology For Identifying Performance Metrics And Monitoring Maintenance Effectiveness
Amoedo, Maria Mercedes
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Most current maintenance programs focus on achieving the main goals of maintenance operations: increasing mean time between failures, reducing time to repair and minimizing costs. Some researchers have focused on optimizing these variables. Detailed analyses have been conducted in the fields of equipment wellness, spares administration, planned maintenance and structured organization. Still, many organizations fail to fulfill today's ambitious objective of guaranteeing operations while achieving high reliability and maintaining safety. A comprehensive method of maintenance assessment that considers key factors and indicators that influence the main goals of maintenance is still sought after. This paper discusses a new approach to performance-based maintenance management. The objective is to determine an integrated reliability management system that provides a method of aligning maintenance operations with the business strategy and monitoring performance of key technical, human and organization goals over time.