If you are reading this, chances are you are feeling some pressure around maintaining your facilities and equipment. When your locations were newer and fewer, maintenance wasn’t as much of a hassle. That’s no longer the case.
Your list of maintenance issues is growing. You are spending more time managing repairs. You need to make decisions about what to prioritize. There is too much information to keep in your head, and you need to figure out who is going to start managing it all.
Most multi-location companies wait too long before putting maintenance processes and programs in place. They react to the problem from a position of pain instead of designing an effective program from the start.
But where do you start?
You will learn
Signs of an effective maintenance program
Where most maintenance efforts start and why they fail
The qualities to look for in a maintenance management hire
Processes for managing maintenance, including a detailed work order management workflow
What information is worth tracking and how to track it
What to look for in maintenance management technology
How to find and vet quality contractors