Maintaining and repairing the resources you already have reduces the need for new materials. Minimizing major repair projects, which is the goal of any repair and maintenance service, will also reduce construction waste and other waste. Maintenance is an important factor in quality assurance and, in some cases, determines the long-term success of a company. Poorly maintained resources can cause instability and partially or completely pause production.
Machine malfunctions or complete breakdowns can become a costly process for most companies. The main goal of regular maintenance is to ensure that all equipment required for production runs at 100% efficiency at all times. Through brief daily inspections, cleaning, lubrication and minor adjustments, small problems can be detected and corrected before they become a major problem that can shut down a production line. If a small problem cannot be resolved right away, you can plan it in your weekly depot for a scheduled stop.
This will give you time to purchase the spare parts and parts needed to perform maintenance. A good maintenance program requires the participation and support of the entire company, from the top executive to the production floor staff. Injuries and deaths in the workplace are tragic and expensive. The company's morale is affected, as does its bottom line.
One of the benefits of maintenance doubles as a proactive step to reduce the number of injuries or fatalities that occur on site. You can't put a price on the safety of your team in the field. Technically, repairs can also be considered maintenance work (corrective maintenance). However, the difference between repair and maintenance work is that repairs are aimed at restoring functionality, while maintenance seeks to preserve functionality.