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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
It defines non-critical maintenance as: ‘…the tasks that add no value to the business being supported, where a ‘run to fail’ approach can be considered. Some organisations will continue to maintain these assets to protect the value of the asset or to meet their sustainability commitments.’
- 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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