Maintenance preventive management best practices

Do you have a world class preventive Maintenance enabling high reliability and low cost?



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Discover preventive maintenance management best practices on its three key domains:

  • Policy by equipment
  • Preventive analysis
  • Maintenance Types



Do a detailed assessment of your preventive maintenance management

The best practices are in the form of a structured questionnaire enabling evaluations of your practices against our benchmark

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Service price

Price: Free

The purchase gives you access to the best practices of this area. You can upgrade the service to perform evaluations with them later. The purchase gives you the right to access to the best practices and to use the questionnaire to carry out an evaluation by yourself or the people you invite, taking advantage of our optimised web interface



Service detailed description

Highlights

The model is structured in three categories and eight areas, each area includes 3 – 10 detailed best practices; this structure enables to identify preventive maintenance performance at a high level and holistic view and at a detailed level. 

Two uses are possible:

  • learn preventive maintenance management best practices
  • assess preventive maintenance practices against world performers thanks to the online questionnaire functionality

The best practices are structured in the Wevalgo Preventive Maintenance Model


 
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Brief description of the best practices, categories and areas


Maintenance types
  • Total productive maintenance: definition and communication of the principles, shared objectives, KPIs and collaboration between production and maintenance, autonomous maintenance...
  • Planned maintenance: systematic schedule, operations data management and storage
  • Predictive maintenance: operations triggers,  operations data management and storage, usage of mathematical models, usage of Articial Intelligence
  • Reliability programme: Reliability centered maintenance, Reliability programme in place, Experience in Reliability management, Reliability programme foundations


Analysis
  • Equipment critical analysis: Equipment criticality list, Criticality analysis process, Quick analysis process, cross functional teams, statistics usage (FMEA, MTBF, MTTR...), Impact analysis
  • Root cause analysis: historical data analysis, level of training and competences, specific roor cause analysis actions, methodologies, improvement plans, cross functional teams


Policy by equipment
  • Maintenance policy definition: definition and update process, inputs, multi-site policy, definition level of content
  • Maintenance policy application: knowledge of the policy, proportion of equipments with a formal policy, effective usage and update


Example of usage for evaluation

Get a in-depth and detail assessment of your preventive maintenance management and practices to:

  • precisely understand preventive maintenance management strengths and weaknesses through quantified data allowing internal and even external comparisons
  • define new production preventive maintenance management ways of working, trainings, or other improvement actions
  • define targeted areas to monitor closely on preventive maintenance management
  • easily compare improvements and progress at different points in time

Get instant and full access to reports as soon as evaluations are completed.

Gain multi-level analysis on several axis that can be explored in varied depths and dimensions through a user friendly results menu. A few samples of the results report are shown below

Heat map
Visualise the performance and their drivers at a glance across all categories and sub-categories
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Results by organisational dimension
Compare performance across your own, relevant and entirely customisable organisational dimensions. For example by geographical locations, departments, hierarchical levels or any other you see fit. Zoom in to breakdowns by category, subcategory and/or question
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Results by evaluator and category
You can see detailed results to better understand the causes of your organisation performance
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Wevalgo excellence model Results
Get valuable insight into areas and axes of progress thanks to our embedded Wevalgo model. Other analytical models may be incorporated, see key concepts for more information)
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To see a full example of report result,


We have expert consultants on hand to build their own evaluations, assist you and interpret your results. Select the Expert Review option on the purchase menu.

Technical Requirements

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If you choose to use other browsers or settings other than the ones listed here, the site's pages may not display properly, and you may encounter problems that Customer Service may not be able to resolve.

These technical requirements apply to all the participants of the service.