April 19, 2013

KBAM 4 Maintenance Management

One of the most relevant issues that I have found within Maintenance Management is the second and third generation types of action. That is preventive and predictictive, the former refers to take the appropriate actions in order to evade possible harm derived from what we already know that it is likely or possible to happen, the later goes further and states that it is possible to foresee what could happen in different situations.

In like manner, I think this predictive maintenance management is important and useful for any kind of business because it is a practical way to link external (and internal) factors to assets. From my perspective the more tight this relation is then the more efficiency and efficacy would be encountered in the different activities developed to preserve and to manage assets in a safety way. Nevertheless, I would highlight that people, is a crucial factor in this "kind of management", because people are drivers of knowledge and help the mentioned relation become stronger.

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