The Modern Approach to Industrial Maintenance Management
Vasile DEAC, Gheorghe CÂRSTEA, Constantin BÂGU, Florea PÂRVU Academy of Economic Studies,Bucharest, Romania firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com The maintenance activity isn’t a purpose in itself, it’s a necessity of which “theproduction suffers” and the financial agent “considers too expensive”. It often exists a conflict between the production units and the maintenance department, not only for a short term, but,sometimes, for a long term, imposing a rigorous definition of each person’s responsibilities. Considering the mutations in the industrial equipments’ technical complexity and the accidental failures’catastrophic consequences from the economic and/or social point of view, it should be assigned a new dimension to the maintenance activity. One of the imperatives imposed to this action is represented bymodern means of informing through the maintenance’s operational computerization. Keywords: Maintenance’s Progress, Total Productive Maintenance, Cooperation In Maintenance, The Maintenance’s CostsMinimization, Maintenance’s Operational Computerization
The maintenance’s place in an industrial company’s management system The activity of maintenance isn’t a purpose in itself, it’s a necessity ofwhich “the production suffers” and the financial “considers being too expensive”. It often exists a conflict between the production units and the maintenance department, which is responsible with theequipments’ status and conservation, not only for a short term, but also for a long term. In many cases, the industrial companies, wanting to reduce the current total costs, considering the abovementioned conception, the uncertainty about the company’s future, orient towards reducing the budget allotted to the activities of preventive maintenance. In the reality, this policy’s effect isn’t the...