5 Symptoms Your Maintenance Strategy Needs Optimizing

The primary question in diagnosing the health of your maintenance strategy is a simple one. Does your maintenance strategy need optimizing?

Ideally, your maintenance strategy is already optimized. Perhaps it was but is in need of a tune-up. Or, as is the case in many companies, maybe you are experiencing endemic symptoms that lead to: 

  • Recurring problems with equipment
  • Budget blow-outs from costly fixes to broken equipment 
  • Unplanned downtime that has a flow-on effect on production 
  • Using equipment that is not performing at 100% 
  • Risk of safety and environmental incidents 
  • Risk of catastrophic failure and major events.

To identify where your company’s maintenance strategy sits on the spectrum, you can perform a simple self-assessment that looks for the most common symptoms. 

Complete this form for a detailed guide to the key symptoms you need to watch out for.  

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