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Maintain Training Facilities

Presentor: Ms. Rhodora Brillantes TESDA-NLPC

Why How

Who

What When

Where

Maintenance

Actions carried out to retain an item in or restore it to an acceptable condition. A place (building, special room) equipped to fulfill a special function.

Facilities

Purpose
1. To extend the useful life of assets (i.e., every part of the site, building and contents.) 2. To assure the optimum availability and operational readiness of installed equipment and obtain the maximum possible return on investments. 3. To ensure the safety of personnel using the facilities.

Who will direct the program? Who will monitor and evaluate the operations? Who will prepare the maintenance schedule? Who will implement the program? Who will keep the records? Who will conduct inspection? Who will certify and accept the work? Who will prepare the reports?

Coverage of the program?


1. 2. 3. 4. Area of the buildings/rooms Included Services Tools and Equipment Supplies and Materials

A comprehensive list of maintenance and its incidence.

When will it be implemented?


Maintenance Schedule and Program
A list allocating specific maintenance to a specific period.

Maintenance Methods and Procedures


1. 5S 2. Types of Maintenance Planned Unplanned

SEIRI (Sort). Taking out and disposing unnecessary items. SEITON (Systematize). Arrangement/organization of
necessary items in good order for use. SEISO (Sweep). Cleaning of the workplace, including tools and equipment. SEIKETSU (Sanitize). Maintaining the workplace in high standard of housekeeping and organization. SHITSUKE (Self-Discipline). Doing things spontaneously without being told.

Maintenance

Planned

Unplanned

Preventive

Corrective

Emergency

Time-Based

Condition-Based
Running

Controlled
(Planned)

Breakdown
(Unplanned)

Equipment is IN service

Shutdown

Equipment is OUT of service

Planned Maintenance
1. Preventive Maintenance Maintenance performed in order to PREVENT failures BEFORE they develop into a breakdown.

Planned Maintenance
2. Corrective Maintenance Maintenance performed in order to CORRECT a failure.

Unplanned Maintenance
Emergency Maintenance. Maintenance where it is necessary to put the item on hold immediately to avoid serious consequences, such as loss of production, extensive damage to assets, or for safety reasons.

Classification of Preventive Maintenance 1. Time-Based Maintenance inspection, part replacement, or repair is being made at a constant interval based on calendar days or running hours or usage.
Cases when time-based maintenance is required and favorable: - Where emergency failures may cause vital damage - Where it is better to replace parts at constant intervals than making inspection of inexpensive parts

Classification of Preventive Maintenance


2. Condition-Based Maintenance examine the condition of the facilities by means of monitoring technique.
Cases when condition-based maintenance is required and favorable: - When inexpensive parts must be used up to near their lives - When emergency failures cause a serious damage

Ecological Waste Management

The proper handling of the things we throw away in a manner that does not harm anyone or anything, be it human, animals or the Environment.

To REDUCE waste . . .
SEGREGATE
materials harmful to the environment

COMPOST Biodegradable

RECYCLE Non-Biodegradable
eco-friendly materials

Remember:
Segregated Waste
Mixed Waste

= Resources
= Garbage

PEOPLE

PLANET

PROPERTIES

You are members of the Maintenance Management Team (Internal) of your Institution. In a months time, an inspection will be conducted in your area by an Audit Team (External). What will you do (how will you prepare) to ensure that your area passes the said inspection?