Maintenance manager's standard manual / Thomas A. Westerkamp
- Westerkamp, Thomas A.
- Vista, CA : BNi Publications, Inc., 
- Copyright Date:
- Fifth edition.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- Part I: Maintenance management: 1. Maintenance management strategy for optimum physical plant life cycle -- 2. How to organize and staff the maintenance department -- 3. Guidelines for training maintenance personnel -- 4. How to prepare a workable maintenance budget -- 5. How to set up and use shop floor labor controls -- 6. How to calculate productivity improvement costs versus savings. -- Part II: Planning and scheduling maintenance work: 7. Planning your routine repairs -- 8. How to develop an effective work order system -- 9. Planning for emergency maintenance work -- 10. Planning and controlling major equipment reengineering and overhaul projects. -- Part III: Facility space planning, justification and construction: 11. Effective space planning for your facility -- 12. How to justify a new or expanded facility plan -- 13. Construction project planning and scheduling -- 14. How to maintain a safe and secure workplace. -- Part IV: Material planning: 15. How to control material inventory -- 16. How to maintain an effective stores control system -- 17. How to control the use of maintenance tools and equipment. -- Part V: Equipment records and preventive maintenance: 18. How to set up and maintain equipment records -- 19. How to establish a six step preventive maintenance program -- 20. How to implement a predictive maintenance system. -- Part VI: Common maintenance operations and tools: 21. Motion economy : how to work smarter -- 22. How to implement motion economy in using tools -- 23. Cleaning, inspecting and lubricating equipment. -- Part VII: Structural maintenance: 24. Exterior maintenance of building structures -- 25. Interior building maintenance., Part VIII: Mechanical maintenance: 26. Mechanical repair : guidelines for troubleshooting and repair of mechanical problems -- 27. Air compressors -- 28. Air conditioning -- 29. Heating and ventilation systems. -- Part IX: Electrical/electronics maintenance and instrument repair: 30. Metrology and instrumentation -- 31. Electricians and their tools : how to ensure high productivity -- 32. Lighting -- 33. Motors and generators -- 34. Emergency power systems -- 35. Distribution system controls -- 36. Power distribution system planning and sizing -- 37. Wiring conduit and junction boxes -- 38. Batteries -- 39. High voltage power supplies. -- Part X: Road, fleet, and ground maintenance: 40. Road and fleet maintenance -- 41. Grounds maintenance. -- Part XI: Power plant maintenance: 42. Energy sources and their applications -- 43. Boiler maintenance -- 44. Turbine and generator maintenance -- 45. Power plant support equipment. -- Part XII: Maintenance machining, fabrication and painting: 46. Maintenance machine shop practices for optimum life cycle and lower costs -- 47. Sheetmetal in maintenance work -- 48. Maintenance carpentry -- 49. Maintenance welding -- 50. Maintenance painting. -- Part XIII: Housekeeping, waste management, air and water quality and safety: 51. Janitorial and custodial maintenance -- 52. Waste management -- 53. Air and water quality and safety. -- Part XIV: Maintenance work measurement: 54. Work measurement techniques -- 55. Engineered maintenance standards -- 56. Maintenance wage incentive plans., and Part XV: Computer applications in maintenance: 57. Computer systems for the central shop -- 58. Multi-user computer network systems for combined area-central shops -- 59. How to plan and develop your own computer system. -- Part XVI: Maintenance productivity evaluation and improvement: 60. How to evaluate and assess your company's program : using the maintenance management survey to reengineer the maintenance process -- 61. How to control progress in a maintenance reengineering program -- 62. 21st century maintenance management with finite capacity planning -- 63. Information technology life cycle management -- 64. How to evaluate and improve energy efficiency.
- Whether you are a facilities manager, engineer, property owner, developer, or anyone else responsible for maintenance operations, this book is a must-have reference. Not only does it give you all of the essential ingredients for understanding and carrying out successful day-to-day management of maintenance activities, it provides you with an integrated plan for continuous improvement of the maintenance function. It covers structural maintenance, mechanical maintenance, electrical maintenance and instrument repair, maintenance of roads and grounds, power plan maintenance, as well as housekeeping, waste management, air and water quality, and safety. For each of these areas the Manual covers materials planning, preventative maintenance, emergency maintenance, budgeting and expense forecasting, and much more. It even provides you with a complete set of model policies and procedures you can easily edit and adapt for your own organization. What's more, Maintenance Manager's Standard Manual provides a wealth of computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) tips and techniques to help you gain greater control of your IT infrastructure, plus a detailed look at the new capabilities added to the CMMS to better integrate it with day-to-day shop floor control and performance management. --
- 9781557018892 (electronic bk.)
1557018898 (electronic bk.)
9781628702750 (electronic bk.)
1628702753 (electronic bk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references.
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