The fourth activity of implementing Planned Maintenance is to prevent deterioration by correcting various weaknesses in our equipment and their operating environments. This requires making repairs to the machines themselves, and also addressing causes of forced deterioration related to their surroundings, how we operate our equipment, or other weaknesses.
What Is Planned Maintenance?
Getting Started with Planned Maintenance
Understand Current Condition of Maintenance
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What Is Predictive Maintenance?
Build a Predictive Maintenance System
Evaluate the Planned Maintenance System
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One of the twelve key activities during the six-phase development of Planned Maintenance is to support Autonomous Maintenance pillar activities. Learn how professional maintenance staff enable operator-led Autonomous Maintenance through initial stabilization of the equipment and its operating environment, setting up daily autonomous maintenance routines, and by giving education and training to both operators and management.