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14 Jun 2021
The philosophies cascading into the management systems and processes influences all 4 elements of what it takes to be a high performer. Without a meticulously designed and executed CMMS resulting from this, plants are subject to increased risk of equipment failure, loss of production, and excessive maintenance costs – which will directly impact the safety integrity and performance of the plant. To truly optimize a plant’s maintenance and materials regime and unlock the associated benefits that come with it, it is key to build this regime using reliable, structured, and quality master data. Realizing the need to have this in place, Add Energy were contracted by an international energy company to deliver a global maintenance optimization project where we were tasked with enriching the CMMS data and optimizing the maintenance management regime, and associated spare parts in excess of 1.3 million equipment tags. The challenge To assure the right level of preventative and predictive maintenance and inspection, on the right equipment, was being done with the right materials, at the right time – no more, no less. Achieved through:
02 Jun 2021
“For some items, preservation maintenance is required to assure they function as they should when they are required. “The requirements for conducting preservation maintenance can make it difficult to keep track of the locations of critical items due to the maintenance log needing to be manually updated on a regular basis to reflect their condition change, I.e., their location or maintenance being completed. Some businesses may have specialist workshops miles away from the main warehouse, meaning stock that requires specialist preservation maintenance is subject to movement and therefore loss of control. “If these condition changes are not updated in the digital inventory management system, or CMMS, this may result in items not being able to be located, confusion on whether it is available for use and exposure to risk, because the warehouse team are unsure if the item is safe for use because there is no record of it being maintained whilst in the warehouse, as per its requirements. “In addition to this, in my experience, poorly managed preservation maintenance can also cause stock to perish quicker over time because there are no triggers or notifications for maintenance requirements, which may result in premature failure of equipment once installed and the need to replace the part at late notice, at a premium price point.”
25 May 2021
In this blog post, our team of experienced materials and spares management experts share top tips on how to get the most out of your CMMS to unlock efficiency gains…
21 May 2021
This year, Add Energy’s Country Manager for Canada, Afia McClenaghan has been invited to lead a panel discussion on this topic at the Operational Excellence in Energy, Chemicals and Resources summit, starting on June 1st, 2021.
18 May 2021
Danny McGowan, Operations Manager at Add Energy, has 30+ years' experience in the oil and gas industry and has worked on asset management and process safety improvements projects for several aging assets throughout his career. In this blog post Danny discusses the top common challenges associated with aging assets and provides helpful tips on how to overcome them.
13 May 2021
The updating of condition changes must be reflected in the master data that resides in the CMMS or EAM to minimize these risks or what once felt like a well oiled machine for managing the plant maintenance will rapidly deteriorate.
10 May 2021
And unfortunately for us, a crystal ball for pinpointing exactly when you will need a spare part does not exist for helping to decide which spares should be kept in stock, how many you should hold and where they should be located. But what we can do to help inform stocking decisions is assess the factors that are directly linked to accessing the spare part you need. This should include data and information relating to the risk profile, lead times, storage costs, costs of loss and demand rates.
27 Apr 2021
To achieve this, companies must consider harnessing technology advances. With mass redundancies and cost cutting initiatives occurring all over the world in the wake of COVID-19, a transition to utilizing and adapting to “Industry 4.0” technology is more critical now than it ever has been.
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