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Results Oriented Reliability and Maintenance Management Book

Author: Christer Idhammar, IDCON, Inc.
Pages: 112
Released: 2006
Cover: Soft cover
Color Yes

$95

Christer Idhammar’s and IDCON’s maintenance management book is an inspiring source of knowledge in reliability and maintenance management leadership, execution and practical tips. This maintenance management book comprise of one to two page, independent reliability and maintenance articles on a wide variety of subjects (see the table of content below), it affords the reader ingenious insights and solutions to everyday maintenance management problems. Topics covered include productivity, competitiveness, failure analysis, team work, organizational structures, key performance indicators, benchmarking, Reliability Centered Maintenance, implementation of world class reliability and maintenance practices, the new role of the supervisor, cost cutting, flexibility, multi-craft, preventive maintenance inspection intervals, do the right thing, why Preventive maintenance programs fail, and many more topics.

The author to our Results Oriented Reliability and Maintenance Management book, Christer Idhammar is a world-renowned authority on reliability and maintenance management. His principles of Results Oriented Reliability and Maintenance have been implemented across hundreds of industries in 44 different countries. Christer has a bi-monthly reliability and maintenance article in a leading process industry magazine; he has written several books on the subject reliability and maintenance management and presented over 100 papers at process and manufacturing industry conferences the world over. Add to cart to buy.


Table of Contents

2

 

Foreword by Michael Lippig

4

 

Nothing New

5

 

Priorities

6

 

Hedgehog or Fox?

9

 

Less Time for Maintenance

10

 

The Future Productivity Factor: Part I

11

 

The Future Productivity Factor: Part II

12

 

The Future Productivity Factor: Part III

13

 

Reliability & Maintainability Analysis

14

 

Maintenance Supports Reliability

15

 

Doing the Right Thing

16

 

Maintenance and Reliability Evolution

17

 

Maintenance Procedures in a Manufacturing Facility

18

 

Choosing the Right Maintenance Frequency

19

 

Operations + Maintenance + Engineering =Production

22

 

Can Operations Manage Maintenance?

23

 

To Outsource Maintenance or Not?

25

 

Morning Meetings

26

 

Centralized & Area Maintenance Organizations

27

 

Enhancing Maintenance Performance

28

 

Improve Basic Work System First

29

 

Are People Your Most Valuable Resource

30

 

70/20 Phenomenon

31

 

Maintenance Concepts

32

 

The RCM Trap

33

 

Choosing the Right Maintenance Procedure

37

 

Maintenance Management Contracts

38

 

You Don’t Get What You Ask For, You Get What You Give Recognition For!

39

 

Great Expectations

40

 

Headcount Reduction Lay Off Your Future

41

 

Productivity Improvements

42

 

Key Performance Indicators

43

 

The Emperor’s New Clothes and Benchmarking Data

45

 

Can You Compare Maintenance Costs Between Plants?

46

 

Visible and Invisible Savings

47

 

Benchmarking Results and Actions

48

 

Current Best Reliability and Maintenance Practices (CBP)

51

 

How Close to World-Class is Your Organization?

55

 

Implementing World-Class Maintenance I: Measurements

56

 

Implementing World-Class Maintenance II: Management Support

57

 

Implementing World-Class Maintenance III: Mission & Visions

58

 

Implementing World-Class Maintenance IV: Values & Beliefs

64

 

World-Class Maintenance Stores

65

 

Maintenance Productivity

66

 

Maintenance Optimization

67

 

Basic Inspection Techniques

68

 

"Know-Why" Training

69

 

Smart Methods

72

 

Continuous Improvements in Maintenance

73

 

Maintenance Myth

74

 

Planning and Scheduling Performance

75

 

Teambuilding and the Changing Role of the Frontline Leaders

77

 

Frontline Key Maintenance Positions

79

 

Flexibility- Not Only for Craftspeople

80

 

Multi-Craft of Multi-Skills

81

 

Retaining Skills- 80 % of Training Wasted

82

 

Seventy Percent of all Employees in Maintenance

83

 

Responsiblity for Maintenance Costs

84

 

Maintenance Cost Analysis I

85

 

Maintenance Cost Analysis II

86

 

International Maintenance Management Phenomena

87

 

The ONNA Storms

88

 

Essential Care and Conditioning Monitoring

89

 

The “Why,Why?” Analysis

90

 

Most “Bang for the Buck” Cut Costs or Focus on Results?

91

 

Do Not Mix Up Actions with Results or Competitiveness with Productivity

92

 

Focus on Reliability

93

 

Elements of a Good Preventive Maintenance Program (PM)

95

 

Preventive Maintenance Inspections and CMMS

96

 

Implementing a Cost Effective PM Program

101

 

Why PM Programs Can Fail

102

 

To Benchmark or Not?

103

 

Reliability and Maintenance Implementation Model