Maintenance and engineering managers are entering a new era. The profession is trying to rebrand itself by shedding the time-worn image of facility maintenance technicians as simply replacing like with like and fixing things when they break. To remedy this situation, I suggest maintenance show facility maintenance technicians a little TLC. I’m not suggesting TLC in the typical sense of exchanging morning hugs with the maintenance staff. I propose allowing the group the time, labor, and control they require in order to achieve the desired outcomes from these investments in facility innovation.
1. Learn how with proper job planning and a robust scheduling process the technicians will be able to perform the activity to a high level of quality assurance and quality control
2. Identify the importance of training and preparing individuals to repair and maintain sophisticated electrical and mechanical systems, as well as physical structures of commercial and institutional buildings
Start Time: 11/10/2021 2:30:00 PM
End Time: 11/10/2021 3:30:00 PM
Andy Gager CMRP, CPIM, CAMA
AMG International Consulting
Room Number: 203