Operation & Maintenance Best Practices

Credit: 22 PDH

Course Fee: $264.00

215 Pages


Course Summary

This course is designed to serve as a resource for O&M management and technical staff. It does not try to represent the universe of O&M-related material. Rather, it attempts to:

  • Provide needed background information on why O&M is important and the potential for savings from good O&M.
  • Define the major O&M program types and provide guidance on the structure of a good O&M program.
  • Provide information on state-of-the-art maintenance technologies and procedures for key equipment.
  • Identify information sources and contacts to assist you in getting your job done.

Learning Objectives

  • Introduction and Overview
  • Why O&M?
  • O&M Management
  • Computerized Maintenance Management System
  • Types of Maintenance Programs
  • Predictive Maintenance Technologies
  • Commissioning Existing Buildings
  • Metering for Operations and Maintenance
  • O&M Ideas for Major Equipment Types
  • O&M Frontiers
  • Ten Steps to Operational Efficiency

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