W4.7A

CMMS for Critical Facilities

Start Time: 10/1/2014 3:45:00 PM
End Time: 10/1/2014 4:45:00 PM

Computerized Maintenance Management System or CMMS is far more than simply an asset management tool to keep tabs on equipment, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) of the same, work and materials management. Too often the CMMS system, whether home-grown or supported, is used as a repository for data that never makes it out the other end as useful information to the operators, users and more importantly owners of the equipment, but rather becomes a "black-hole" of unmeasured and unmonitored data with some lookup capability. A CMMS system is only truly valuable when it drives improvements in systems reliability, predictive operation analysis and ultimately cost efficiencies to the business.

This session will focus on how to use a CMMS system as a valuable tool in analyzing the data captured and turning it into measurable cost reductions in parts and work management, frequency of maintenance, predictive failure analysis and risk mitigation strategies while maintaining or improving reliability of the system(s).

Learning Objectives:
1. Identify ways in which a CMMS can be used to drive improvements in systems reliability
2. Determine how to use a CMMS system as a valuable tool in analyzing the data
3. Learn how captured data can be turned into measurable cost reductions in parts and work management, frequency of maintenance, predictive failure analysis and risk mitigation strategies

Presented by:


Martin T. Olsen
Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing
TSS, Inc.

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Room Number: 207A

Audience: Intermediate

CEU: 0.1

Track:

Operations and Maintenance Strategies

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