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Maintenance Round-Up

Maintenance Management Round-Up

The Maintenance Round-Up: a one-stop source for facility and maintenance news. Today’s topics include: CMMS: Mobile, PM Optimization, Worker Safety, Improve Energy Efficiency

CMMS: Mobile Issues Important In Software Specification – Facilities Net

Many commercial facilities, like colleges, are using mobile CMMS to add efficiency to the workforce. Using a CMMS allows technicians to take photos of the problem and create work orders on the spot. CMMS is increasing work order efficiency as campuses continue to grow.

PM Optimization as a Routine – Marshall Institute

Scheduling a regular planned Preventive Maintenance is an effective form of Preventive Maintenance Optimization (PMO). Through MicroMain’s maintenance management software, managers can plan routine check-ups to ensure everything is working properly. This saves them from a lot of headaches down the line. Read more on how to optimize your company’s PM’s.

Ensure Worker Safety And Meet OSHA Regulations Using CMMS – Cleaning & Maintenance Management

CMMS can play a vital role in safety compliance and liability protection with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). With random visits from OSHA auditors, CMMS can give maintenance and safety managers the ability to show strong record keeping of preventative maintenance on demand. CMMS can act as a company’s internal inspector and ensure worker health and safety.

Regular Inspections, Testing Helps Improve Energy Efficiency In Chillers – Facilities Net

Energy efficiency and HVAC system reliability remain top priorities for maintenance and engineering managers. Using MicroMain’s maintenance management system can help managers schedule maintenance inspections and store the information needed for those inspections. This process will, in return, help managers reduce costs and system failures.

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