Do We Need to Eliminate All Failures?

Do We Need to Eliminate All Failures?

? Do We Need to Eliminate All Failures

Nearly every time I have asked a maintenance manager if he/she had enough resources to accomplish their job effectively, the answer has been no. There never seems to be enough people, time, or money to achieve all the things an organization wants to accomplish. This lack of infinite resources means that we must have a reasonable way of managing a failure elimination program. The main thing we need to remember is that we want a management system that everyone in the organization can understand. We have to find some way to change our “maintenance vocabulary” so that management is on board with what we are trying to accomplish, and so they understand why we are executing maintenance the way it is suppose to be or here is my plan to move from current state to future state.
What are your thoughts on the subject?
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