Maintenance of Areas and Equipment - Coggle Diagram
Maintenance of Areas and Equipment
Are important to apply and record any changes to the documented records
they must be of an adequate grade that guarantees the full functionality of the equipment
Definition of Tasks
Tasks are defined by group in charge or by the head in charge of the work on board.
Arecord and prior control of activities must be kept
Are areas of greats importance since these are in charge of security
have adequate and updated information on the equipment
The system is the most eventual within a ship´s work system
Type of Processes
Maintain and Preserve
Need to produce with quality, safety and profitability
Planned Corrective Maintenance consists of repairing a piece of equipment or machine when personnel are available.
Set of techniques that aim to achieve optimal use.
Unplanned: correction of breakdowns or failures
It is maintenance that is carried out in a pre-established way
Is determined according to significant criteria of the state of degradation of the parameters.
Cleaning and Supplies
Some aspects that could negatively affect the ship´s maintenance process can be prevented.
Maintenance programs are very important because thanks to these you can avoid damage inside and outside the boat
They are organized daily, weekly, quarterly, bimonthly and annually.
Identify availability losses
Identify performance efficiency losses.
Identify quality losses
Definition of tasks: the area supervisor is the one who will be in charge of giving the guidelines to carry out side tasks
Responsibility centers are the places where you can get help at certain times