The Maintenance Manger's Standard Manual is a complete reference of practical, results-oriented procedures for organizing, planning, scheduling, assigning, documenting, and measuring all types of maintenance work.Whether you are a maintenance manager, engineer, executive, teacher, or student, you will find all of the essential ingredients for understanding and carrying out successful day-to-day management of maintenance activities; but more than that, you'll find an integrated plan for continuos improvement will provide benefits year after year that will bring higher management visibility and success to your organization and to you, personally, in your own career advancement.The table of contents lists 61 chapter headings covering the administrative, engineering, and operating phases of the maintenance function and an alphabetic index by key word is sub-indexed for even finer zeroing-in on your topic of interest. Additionally, there is a new chapter summary at the beginning of each chapter in this edition listing the major chapter headings and contents.Owning this manual means having the most up-to-date compilation of maintenance management productivity tools available at your fingertips. Since the author's experience includes both maintenance management operations responsibility and consulting to hundreds of private and public sector organizations, the book is a combination of depth of experience in the details of operations as well as selection of the best of practices from a broad cross-section of industry, commercial, and government operations.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 2 Sub. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0132437341