Category: Maintenance Geek Book Reports

Step 5 of the 5 Steps to a World Class Maintenance Organization

Are your best maintenance professionals ready to retire?  Do your younger people need to work smarter not harder? In General breakdowns are 5 to 10 times more expensive that preventing it in the first place.   My new book 5 Steps to a World Class Maintenance Organization is in final proof Here are some highlights […]
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Step 4 of the 5 steps to a world class maintenance organization.

Step 1:  Rank your Equipment and collect some simple data. Step 2: Control your critical spare parts. Step 3 Stop Wasted PMs Step 4 Focused Improvement Events   Set up an event with one of your most critical pieces of equipment.  Who should be the Players in your focused improvement event?  Maintenance Personnel , Operations Management,  Operators, […]
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What is on tap for the Maintenance Geek?

Are your Best Maintenance People retiring this year? Do your younger maintenance professionals need to work smarter not harder? The issue most companies with manufacturing equipment face is how to                                          get out of the breakdown […]
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Seeing the Invisible – How to read a Single Point Lesson Plan

“Seeing the Invisible”  by John Kravontka, and published by the Greater Boston Manufacturing Partnership (GBMP). This introduction to the series talks about How to read a Single Point Lesson Plan. This series will look at how to get out of the breakdown mode, and how to use countermeasures to approach world class maintenance. The series touches […]
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