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Maintenance Effectiveness Assessment/Improvement Strategy

If you desire to improve your maintenance effectiveness, it is vital to have an accurate and objective understanding of your current state. This will serve as a solid foundation for successful improvement strategy and implementation. We will tailor to accentuate your strengths and focus on specific areas of improvement.

You should strongly consider conducting a Maintenance Effectiveness Assessment and Improvement Strategy Session if:

  • You want to be more efficient and effective
  • You are beginning a maintenance and reliability improvement effort
  • You desire an objective snapshot of current maintenance performance
  • You need to improve productivity and/or capacity by decreasing equipment downtime
  • You want confirmation/identification of your current strengths and improvement opportunities
  • You want specific and clear improvement recommendations, prioritized by criticality and timeframe, to close the gap between current state and world class

Our improvement plan will include:

During our 1 day Improvement Strategy Session, Marshall Institute will partner with your plant leadership, key stakeholders, and maintenance team to develop a custom 1 year improvement plan based on the assessment findings and your future desired state.

  • Identification of future state goals
  • Gap analysis of audit findings compared to future state
  • Identification and prioritization of improvement areas
  • 3 month, 6 month, and 1 year milestones/goals
  • Identification of key internal resources required to support improvement
  • Consultation and recommendations of best implementation practices and methods

Marshall Institute’s Maintenance Effectiveness Assessment is a thorough, structured, and proven 3 day assessment procedure consisting of:

  • Maintenance effectiveness audit focused on:
    • Maintenance leadership
    • Organizational support structure
    • Workplace organization
    • PM/PdM policies, processes, and practices
    • Storeroom control
    • Planning
    • Scheduling
    • Information management/work control
    • Skills training
    • Reliability practices
  • Collection and analysis of key maintenance metrics
  • Facility tour and observations
  • Individual surveys
  • Focus group interviews
  • Assessment result report out

If your goal is to improve the Maintenance and Reliability performance of your organization, allow Marshall Institute to take a peek under the hood and work hand in hand with you to create a strategy and improvement solution specific to your needs.

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