Saturday, September 9, 2017

Developing and Improving Life Cycle Asset Management

In an environment of global competition, the system effective maintenance needs to draw on specialized knowledge more than ever before. The professionals need to provide best practices to those system maintenance, and so need to be familiar with all aspects of physical asset management; why certain problem occur, what are going to do about those problems; how to develop an effective organization's in order to get the best results.

Maintenance Excellence details the strategies, tools, and solutions for maximizing the productivity of physical assets—focusing on profitability potential. This knowledge also should provide contemporary concerns, key terms, data requirements, critical methodologies, and essential mathematical needs.

On trying to improve and developing an asset management, we need to learn how proposes a concept utilizing a reliability-based analysis system, based on our experience and knowledge, will provide asset managers with a dependable and easy-to-use tool for their decision making processes in the management of buildings. The creation of such a tool will permit the monitoring and management of quality during the building's life cycle. They present maintenance in a business context, review planning, measurement, feedback, and techniques related to cost, risk, efficiency, and results, and summarize applications tools of statistics and neural networks to cost-optimized models.

To realize the developing and improving of life cycle we must understand and able to:
  • Learn the core concepts of fundamental Maintenance management system & application in industry.
  • Understand how to modify & improve the existing maintenance system without avoid the safety and business aspects.
  • Learn how implement the tools of cost effective system as a basic to control production program.
  • Be able to measure the maintenance outcomes.
  • Have a detailed knowledge of the maintenance optimization practices, on a life-cycle basis, in order to maximize facility service life and more effectively allocate resources.

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