ERIC Number: ED027696
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Reference Count: 0
Computer Applications To An Integrated Maintenance System.
Berry, John A.; Roberson, Robert
A computerized system for maintenance management is described in terms of components--inventory control, scheduling of custodial work, preventive maintenance, new work and review and analysis. A flow chart for the system is presented showing the interrelation of the components and the details of each component, for example, 'New Work' includes work order, name of worker, time estimate of job, stock level, re-order, requisition, information feed-in into Review and Analysis Component. The discussion focuses around these components. Specimens of printouts include equipment data, repair data, work performance data, work instruction, accounts, and payout items. Various questions of interest to potential users of the system are posed and answered. Suggestions for developing a system are given based on the experience acquired by the developers of the system described and favorable results of the system are mentioned. (HH)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Association of Physical Plant Administrators of Universities and Colleges, Richmond, IN.
Note: Speech presented at Eastern Regional Meeting, 1967, of National Assn of Physical Plant Administrators of Colleges and Universities.