- How LILCO’s (Long Island Lighting Company) sevenpoint plan to optimize use of time, manpower, funds and material, improved plant efficiency, and reduced forced outages.
- How AMM (Automated maintenance management), developed at Sandia National laboratories, allows one integrated computer system control, and more.
- Why following a simple 11-step program to increase the efficiency of maintenance operations can double productivity.
- How the increase of such advanced systems as robotics is forcing manufacturers to upgrade skilled trades in the workplace.
- The Japanese concept of TPM – Total Productive maintenance and similar systems such as productivity by increasing worker involvement.
And there’s much more! No other reference provides so broad a view of the maintenance management field by offering such a multitude of specific examples. All aspects of maintenance engineering are addressed, from the simple, age-old concept that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” to the complex, automated production lines and robotics of tomorrow making their debut today!