The true effectiveness of a CMMS system depends largely on how completely it has been embraced by the members of an organization. Everyone needs to be involved when it comes to the smooth running of a facility, and everyone should receive some level of training if their jobs are scheduled or managed by the CMMS.
In order to prevent asset degradation, you must review the performance of your team as well as the performance of your equipment and make appropriate adjustments to keep everything on track. Having a built in measurement tool within your CMMS is the best way to monitor work completion and measure the quality/consistency of work performance.
When it comes to maintaining high performance buildings, the systems are more complex, driving effeciencies through incremental improvements to all integrated systems. By their very nature, High Performance Buildings require several dynamic systems which are much more multifaceted than those found in other buildings.
Reliability Centered Maintenance provides a structured framework where the functions and possible failures of a physical asset can be analyzed. Maintenance systems are then set up with the aim to not only to reduce maintenance costs, but to enhance the reliability of the asset for the duration of its lifespan. Proactive methods are utilized to achieve this means.
Using mobile technology, your inspector can access a probable breakdown, predict the time of failure and enter it into the system.