Equipment Maintenance Program

Maintenance shops are busy places, with a lot of things going on at the same time. Keeping on top of the growing “to do” list has become a challenge for many maintenance technicians and managers.

Developing a strong equipment maintenance program is the best way to keep on top of schedules and tasks while improving productivity and efficiency.

What’s an Equipment Maintenance Program?

When you have a plan—or a program—to maintain equipment, you have a roadmap that guides you in the right direction.

Computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software can help you make the most of your equipment maintenance program. CMMS software is a database that stores maintenance information, such as…

  • Make
  • Model
  • ID Number
  • Location
  • Description
  • Serial Number
  • Purchase date
  • Costs
  • Usage
  • History
  • Warranty
  • Much, much more

Maintenance teams use CMMS data as the basis to create a solid equipment maintenance program to track and record important details. With that information at their fingertips, your maintenance techs have the tools they need to get the job done, and get it done right the first time.

What Can an Equipment Maintenance Program Do for My Organization?

Most organizations are asking maintenance teams to do more with less. That means your team needs to work smarter—with key information that helps them do the job faster and better.

The basics of an equipment maintenance program include…

  • Preventive maintenance schedules
  • Work order management
  • Asset history
  • Parts and supplies information
  • Vendor details
  • Safety procedures
  • Compliance records
  • Reports
  • And much more.

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MPulse Maintenance Management software can help make your equipment maintenance program more productive and more efficient, whatever your needs.