Maintenance management is a relatively new field and the corresponding body of knowledge is continuing to grow (Visser, 2002). For example, in Europe, two technical committees of the Comité Européen de Normalisation (CEN) are currently adding to the body of knowledge terminologies, guidance to prepare agreements, control systems for maintenance management, and other development directions (CEN, 2008). In particular, CEN Technical Committee 319 deals specifically with maintenance. They have published one standard (EN 15341) that provides maintenance management with the support of a control system (made up from more than 70 indicators) to achieve maintenance excellence and to competitively use technical assets, regardless of industry. Moreover, this committee has been addressing the issues of defining a maintenance management general framework (including buildings) through a standard currently in progress and identifying three very promising development directions (i.e., responsibilities in maintenance; identification, classification, and costs in maintenance actions; and maintenance in the healthcare industry). © 2009 Springer London.

Maintenance management and organization

Guizzi G.;Santillo L.;Zoppoli P.
2009

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Maintenance management is a relatively new field and the corresponding body of knowledge is continuing to grow (Visser, 2002). For example, in Europe, two technical committees of the Comité Européen de Normalisation (CEN) are currently adding to the body of knowledge terminologies, guidance to prepare agreements, control systems for maintenance management, and other development directions (CEN, 2008). In particular, CEN Technical Committee 319 deals specifically with maintenance. They have published one standard (EN 15341) that provides maintenance management with the support of a control system (made up from more than 70 indicators) to achieve maintenance excellence and to competitively use technical assets, regardless of industry. Moreover, this committee has been addressing the issues of defining a maintenance management general framework (including buildings) through a standard currently in progress and identifying three very promising development directions (i.e., responsibilities in maintenance; identification, classification, and costs in maintenance actions; and maintenance in the healthcare industry). © 2009 Springer London.
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