Running a fast-paced facility? Then you know there are always times where things just don't go as planned. Things get overlooked, mistakes compound, emergencies divert all attention without warning — the list goes on. But Maintenance Managers can do plenty to plan ahead and mitigate disaster. Here are the three most vital things you can do to keep the facility running smoothly.
As a Facility Maintenance Manager, you always have a lot going on. From organizing all of your technicians, to capital planning, to managing parts and inventory, to analyzing reports, and more you have a lot on your plate at all times. It’s critical that you stay organized and on track if you want to keep your facility running safely and efficiently, not to mention if you want to maintain a high maintenance ROI.
One of the biggest customer service issues in a maintenance department is a complacent attitude or simply put – being inattentive.
At a school district in Brandywine, Delaware, a collective bargaining agreement was reached between the district and the preventative maintenance employees.
Depending on what type of maintenance department you run, there are times when your employees may have the opportunity to do a side job for a customer. This is especially true for those in industries such a landscaping, a condominium association, and any place where customers may live on a full-time basis.
Being a Maintenance Department Manager, there are many issues to make decisions on and one of those decisions is whether or not to require employee uniforms.