How to Manage Your Operation’s Maintenance Strategy Post COVID-19
How companies will transition to a new normal in the wake of COVID-19
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No one knows for sure when the COVID-19 pandemic will stop being such a big part of our day-to-day lives. All of us have been impacted individually, as well as every manufacturer.
For some, it’s brought daily work routines to a screeching halt. For others, the emergency means redoubled efforts to get goods to those who need them most. Regardless, a state of uncertainty persists.
When crises hit, antiquated maintenance processes — whether pencil-and-paper driven or managed with MS Excel documents — don’t lend them themselves to a best-practices approach. Taking responsibility in the workplace magnifies the need for having tools in place to ensure safe, lean and efficient operations.
- Review what tools are available to support maintenance management in a world impacted by COVID-19
- Define what digital technologies make for a more productive, safer workplace
- Learn what operational tasks to focus on in the event of a production slowdown or ramp-up
- Understand your options for optimized workflows and more efficient staff, including use of digital documentation and streamlined parts and procurement processes.
Paul Lachance, Senior Manufacturing Advisor, Dude Solutions
Kevin Parker, Content Manager, CFE Media & Technology