By Andrew K. S. Jardine, Albert H. C. Tsang
Publish 12 months note: First released in 1973, first edition
A thoroughly revised and up to date version of a bestseller, Maintenance, alternative, and Reliability: conception and Applications, Second Edition provides the instruments wanted for making data-driven actual asset administration judgements.
The well-received first variation fast grew to become a mainstay for professors, scholars, and pros, with its transparent presentation of techniques instantly appropriate to real-life occasions. although, learn is ongoing and incessant in just a couple of brief years, a lot has changed.
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Sustainability is gaining importance in today’s business environment. In response to this business imperative, companies realize that solely focusing on operational excellence will no longer be sufficient to stay competitive; they need to address sustainability demands as business-critical issues. Regulations, social awareness and responsibility, standards, and corporate citizenship are some of the many forces that are pushing companies to become more sustainable. In the manufacturing sector, maintenance is becoming a crucial competency in realizing a sustainable society especially when considering the entire life cycle of products and assets.
The effect of these actions should not be looked at solely from their effect on the asset management department because the consequences of such actions may seriously affect other units of the organization, such as production or operations. To illustrate the possible interactions of the asset management function in other departments, consider the effect of the decision to perform repairs only and not to do any preventive maintenance, such as overhauls. This decision may well reduce the budget for asset management, but it may also cause considerable production or operation downtime.
Examples of balanced scorecards for measuring asset management performance can be found in the work of Niven (1999) and Tsang and Brown (1999). 3 Continuous Improvements In pursuit of continuous improvement, two complementary methodologies that reflect different focuses are available to enhance the reliability (uptime) of physical assets. 7, respectively. Decisions are to be made on when to perform the selected maintenance action and how much resources are to be deployed to meet the expected maintenance demands.