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Last edited 12 Jul 2022
- Discretionary: non-critical maintenance
- Statutory: Compliance maintenance
- Mandatory: Sector or organisation specific maintenance
- Optimal: Function critical maintenance
In relation to compliance maintenance it states: ‘Every organisation must comply with relevant statutory requirements, and this may involve tests and inspections. Any issues found during these tests or inspections will need to be tracked and rectified. It is good practice to keep a record of these repairs. Legislation, standards and associated guidance is continuously evolving. Organisations should ensure that they use the latest information and update their maintenance tasks following any pertinent changes to legislation. Emergency lighting tests are an example of a statutory requirement to perform a maintenance task.’
- Business focused maintenance.
- Facilities management.
- In-house or outsource maintenance.
- Planned preventative maintenance and technology.
- Predictive maintenance.
- Preventative maintenance.
- Proactive maintenance.
- Reliability centred maintenance.
- Resource management.
- Scheduled maintenance.
- Soft landings.
- Unplanned maintenance.
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