6. Set Goals
Working from your baseline information, set goals for uptime,
productivity, and quality. Compare the improvements you see in these areas
to your baseline data. This can help motivate the entire team to continue
their efforts in the plan. It can also help you identify areas that might
not need as much focus.
7. Review And Modify
Like any protocol, it’s important to review it from time to time to make
sure it is still relevant to the type of machinery you have in your
facility. If something in your plan doesn’t work or becomes obsolete,
don’t hesitate to change it. Continuous improvement should always be a
priority with your plan. A good plan should be adaptive and responsive to
the changing needs of your facility.
A solid plan for preventative maintenance is going to require a bit more
attention to detail, but it will save a lot of time and money in the long
But even the most thorough plan isn’t failproof from events that are
largely out of your control. If your facility experiences damage due to
mold, or biohazard damage, your maintenance team needs help
from the professionals at Alpha Omega. Our experienced disaster
restoration team can ensure that you can get your facility up and running
quickly and safely.