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Equipment Management in the Post-Maintenance Era
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INTRODUCTION TO EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT

Introduction
Background
Maintenance Management
Equipment Management
Key Equipment Terminology
Equipment States
Equipment Time
Equipment Actions
Equipment Failure Patterns
Equipment Performance Measurements

History of Equipment Management
Introduction
Phase 1: Breakdown Management
Phase 2: Preventive Maintenance
Phase 3: Productive Maintenance
Phase 4: Total Productive Maintenance
Phase 5: TPM with Predictive Maintenance
Summary of the Pre-maintenance and Maintenance Phases

Introduction to the Post-Maintenance Era
The New Business Environment
Operational Changes
Equipment Characteristics
New Enabling Technologies
New Management Concepts
The Issues of Maintenance
Problems in Objectives
Structural Inefficiency
Unsuitable for Changing Environment
Introduction to Phase 6: Post-Maintenance Era

THE MAINTENANCE SYSTEM

General Maintenance Concepts and Practices
Introduction
Preventive Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance Schedule
Preventive Maintenance Task List
Preventive Maintenance Staffing Requirements
Preventive Maintenance Equipment/Tool Requirements
Preventive Maintenance Materials/Parts Requirements
Preventive Maintenance Information System
Reliability-Centered Maintenance
Predictive Maintenance
Maintenance Prevention
Total Productive Maintenance
Terotechnology

Maintenance Management Logistics
Introduction
Planning and Budgeting
Strategic Planning in Maintenance
Headcount Plan
Budget Plan
Tactical Planning in Maintenance
Training and People Development
Customer Services and Management
Vendor, Supplier, and Contract Management
Inventory Management

Maintenance Performance Indicators
Introduction
Equipment Performance Indicators
Safety Indicators
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation
Availability Indicators
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation
Reliability Indicators
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation
Maintainability Indicators
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation
Utilization Indicators
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation
Process Performance Indicators
Labor Productivity Indicators
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation
Nonproductive Downtime Indicators
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation
Customer Satisfaction Indicators
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation
Operational Misses and Error Rates
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation
Cost Performance Indicators
Cost Rates
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation
Cost Breakdown by Categories
Purpose
Format and Variation
Presentation

Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
Introduction
CMMS Objectives
CMMS Functions
Equipment Module
Work Order Module
Preventive Maintenance Module
Safety Module
Labor Module
Inventory Module
Financial Module
Calendar Module
CMMS Features
Assessibility and Security
Communication and Notification
Data Entry and Presentation
Integration
Flexibility and Customization
CMMS Implementation

THE POST-MAINTENANCE ERA

The Systems View of the Equipment Management Process
Introduction
Environmental Suprasystem
Goals and Values Subsystem
Structural Subsystem
Technical Subsystem
Psychosocial Subsystem
Managerial Subsystem

New Changes in the Post-Maintenance Era
Introduction
Equipment Management Objectives
Functional-Level Objectives
Job-Level Objectives
Organizational Structure Changes
The Platform Ownership Concept
Employee Skill Requirements
Computerized Equipment Management Systems
Work Environment Changes
Management Changes
Summarizing the Post-Maintenance Era

Transformation and Implementation
Introduction
Environmental Studies
Managerial Preparedness
Goal and Value Changes
Psychosocial Changes
Technical Changes
Structural Changes

Glossary
References

About the Author

Kern Peng is with Santa Clara University, California.

Reviews

If you are at all responsible for equipment management, especially in high tech, you need to read this book. And give it to your boss. Dr. Peng has illustrated in great detail why equipment maintenance should no longer be considered a standalone function but rather a strategic competitive opportunity that impacts all facets of the organization.
-Kurt A. Beiter, PhD., Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University

This book points out, in substantial clarity, that while numerous concepts have been adopted and applied over the years (such as TPM, Predictive Maintenance, etc.) they fall short of meeting the significant challenges of the future-especially in the world of hi-tech, complex equipment ... an absolutely superb account of the history of equipment maintenance and the progression of new advances that have taken place over the past few decades.
-John W. Davis, author of Progressive Kaizen: Leading the Lean Initiative, and Fast Track to Waste-Free Manufacturing

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