Maintenance Management



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Maintenance Management

Managers constantly need to acquire new sets of skills to perform well. This is the reasoning behind the Maintenance Management for First-Line Supervisors program. By gaining strong supervisory skills early on, these new supervisors will have a head start on building the confidence they need to supervise and motivate their crews.

  • 891 - Maintenance Organization

    The Maintenance Organization textbook covers the basic types of maintenance organizations. Discusses cost-saving concepts of using work order systems. ...

  • 892 - Implementing Preventive Maintenance

    The Implementing Preventive Maintenance textbook covers what PM is and why it is necessary. Develops procedures for setting up a practical PM program, and ...

  • 893 - Controlling Maintenance Resources

    The Controlling Maintenance Resources textbook covers methods of using maintenance resources for greatest efficiency, and tells how to implement the ...

  • 894 - Improving Performance in Maintenance

    The Improving Performance in Maintenance textbook covers instructions to first-line supervisor in the strategies involved in improving performances, and ...

  • 895 - Effective Communication for Supervisors

    The Effective Communication for Supervisors textbook covers how to use verbal and written communication tools, including the importance of listening. ...

  • 896 - Employee Relations

    The Employee Relations textbook defines the supervisor's job in terms of maintenance planning, operations, and employee interaction. Demonstrates how good ...

  • 897 - Managing a Training Program

    The Managing a Training Program textbook covers analysis of training needs. It describes various kinds of training and lists important steps in ...



              





   





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