Preventive Maintenance

In the sphere of preventive maintenance (PM), there is a cost for doing nothing. You are gambling with time and money, increasing the likelihood of higher costs in lost production and repairs when equipment eventually breaks down.

This course introduces fundamentals of PM and its reason for being: providing safe, reliable equipment and support by reducing the need for maintenance services.

Hours: 8

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the goal of maintenance
  • Evaluate current stage of maintenance efforts vs. world-class maintenance organizations
  • Determine the “best” equipment strategy for your organization
  • Identify whether a failure is functional or potential
  • Evaluate the PM task list most ideal for your organization

Intended Audience

Technicians, engineering supervisors and operators whose roles work with or have oversight management of equipment operations; beneficial for individuals working in any sector that utilizes machinery or equipment, like medical devices or computers