(2017) when they studied the effect on public hospital building, effectiveness of management in maintenance aspect holds the key element in influencing the performance of overall maintenance management. In this case the most complicated field was the need of public hospital building for an effective maintenance management. Improper building maintenance management adopted by the organization significantly will interrupt the overall operation of the building. Therefore, this paper is aim to identifying the key performance indicator (KPI) of effectiveness of maintenance management for the public hospital building. A total of 32 set of questionnaires were distributed to the maintenance manager for each hospital by using self-administration strategy.
There are still many companies that are still using the reactive maintenance system, but without any success. They are always in need of repairing and replacing machinery, because of not monitoring the machinery and ensuring longer lifespan. Proactive maintenance is much more efficient and offers more benefits to a company. This is if the correct software is being
It Damages Your Brand Reputation Unplanned machine failure can cause project delays as well as mistakes. This can damage your company’s reputation, especially among clients. 2. It Affects Employee Morale One of the major factors that affect employee morale is equipment reliability
b. Significant change in its physical condition. c. Mechanical deficiencies as per operating limits set by industry. d. Legal factors, compliance, which could affect the value of an asset. e. Over run of the cost initially expected for the acquisition or construction of an asset.
These equipments play an important role to support business processes in a mining company to ensure the company production target. As the equipments deteriorate with age and usage, an effective maintenance is needed to keep the equipments in a good condition. In turn it will give a high availability of the equipments. As the technology of such equipments tends to be complex and hence having maintenance facilities and maintenance specialists for conducting maintenance activities in house is far from economical. Often maintenance activities (including preventive maintenance (PM) and corrective maintenance (CM)) are outsourced to an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) or an external agent.
It usually results in placing a hold on the work and waiting for new instructions and directions to come. Materials and other stuff might change when there is a change in the project. There might be a need for renting new resources, equipments, and materials, which will affect a delay on the project and the cost of resources, may be substantial. In case the delays were prolonged, the cost will be very
Software maintenance in software engineering is the modification of a software product after delivery to correct faults, to improve performance or other attributes. A common perception of maintenance is that it merely involves fixing defects. However, one study indicated that over 80% of maintenance effort is used for non-corrective actions. This perception is perpetuated by users submitting problem reports that in reality are functionality enhancements to the system. More recent studies put the bug-fixing proportion closer to 21%.
It is important to maintain our equipment because without our equipment or non-efficient equipment, our mission success or readiness goes down. This is especially important in the military because of the seriousness of our jobs. It is in the Army values "I will always maintain my arms, my equipment, and myself." Army Regulation seven hundred fifty dash one establishes policies assigns responsibilities for the maintenance of Army materiel. The provisions of the regulation are applicable to all Army and civil-funded property under the direct control of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
In order to identify the effect of delays in hydropower construction project, there are factors that effects delays were identified and ranked based on the mean value which calculates the average indexes of factors between contractor and consultant, as shown in Table 6.10. Referring to Table 6.10 and Figure 6.11, shows time overrun and cost overrun were the two most common effects of delays in construction project from the view of point of contractor and consultant. According to the top ten factors that contributed to the causes of delays, there are at least five factors having high influence that caused of time overrun in construction project such as delay in approval of bid documents/design specifications, delays in sub-contractors work, modification/ increase in scope of work and conflicts in sub-contractors schedule in execution of project. For cost overrun, there are also contain at least five factors having high influence in construction project, such as lack communication and coordination, change orders by client during construction, inadequate contractor’s work, ineffective planning and scheduling of project, and mistakes and discrepancies in design
• Keeping a track of the improvements in technologies and cost containment. • Locating distribution nodes throughout regions in different nations that have infrastructure and have flexible vehicle fleets to meet unexpected demand. Although these problems are more related to the environmental conditions but a proper planning and compliance with necessary standards can help reduce the adversities. Use of high-tech equipments and good personnel training for monitoring the process can help reduce the wastage of medical supplies due to lack of proper infrastructure and negligence in handling the