Part 3 of 3 in E-Guide Series:
Customer Driven Production: Setting New Operational Standards to Meet Future Demands and Disruptions
In the quest for operational efficiency, manufactures who rely on preventive maintenance programs might still encounter waste and unnecessary downtime. A shift towards predictive maintenance, based on usage and predictive indicators, will allow production managers to predict the probability of failure - and proactively schedule maintenance.
This e-guide details how to maintain equipment through specific risk analysis practices to determine where future failure events may occur, extend an asset's useful life, and increase capacity.
Expect to learn:
- Benefits and differences of predictive maintenance over preventative maintenance
- Tools to predict, prepare, and prevent future failure events
- A realistic approach to implementing a predictive maintenance program
Missed Part 1 and Part 2 of this series?
Developing the Framework & Tools for Effective Operational Management
Leveraging Demand-Driven Scheduling