Once upon a time, intelligent machines sounded like a figment of science fiction. Now, though, we know that AI is here. It’s not up to the levels of science fiction, but that doesn’t mean it’s useless.
No manager enjoys seeing a team wrestle with downtime. But when it’s planned through your CMMS (computerized maintenance management software), then there’s an opportunity to still be productive and engaged while minimizing that downtime. Read on to learn the best ways to manage planned downtime in your department.
A computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software is more than just another digital tool.
Corrective maintenance is often dubbed the “into the ground” approach.
The manufacturing industry faces a unique set of hazards – in fact, it’s one of the top five most hazardous industries for workers.
As a manager, you’re not just responsible for your team - you’re responsible for managing your team’s assets.
For hospitals, patient safety is paramount. You’re tasked with the invaluable task of protecting people’s health, no matter how big or small the problem might be.
The work of your maintenance team is never done. From routine maintenance checkups to unplanned downtime to outside work orders, they have a lot on their plate.
Picture this. You’re a new facilities manager. You have some idea of how to do this, but you know you could be better.