Posts Tagged ‘Plant Maintenance/Uptime’

School crew wins award for campus maintenance

School crew wins award for campus maintenance

When it comes to municipal maintenance, sometimes it may seem that the only recognition crews get is when things go wrong.

Companies reach agreement on equipment maintenance

Companies reach agreement on equipment maintenance

Entities of all kinds need to be sure they are conducting maintenance in a timely manner, lest projects pile up and create difficult to confront backlogs.

OSHA maintenance standards important for businesses

OSHA maintenance standards important for businesses

OSHA maintenance is an important part of business operations – keeping up with the requirements of the agency means that employees will be safer and a company does not risk any inspection failures.

Campuses work to confront maintenance in timely fashion

Campuses work to confront maintenance in timely fashion

Campus maintenance is a vital part of ensuring that a university is operating at its best.

Response to university lab safety violations could change rules for good

Response to university lab safety violations could change rules for good

Four years ago, a chemist and faculty member of the University of California, Los Angeles was under fire after a research assistant, whom he was supervising, died from injuries sustained during a lab experiment. Now, more than four years after the event, a trial is being held that could change how universities maintain lab safety all over the country.

Optimizing your maintenance program for unique assets

Optimizing your maintenance program for unique assets

Warehouse managers who use a maintenance management systems can improve their planning and scheduling of maintenance activities, track maintenance patterns, and perhaps best of all, optimize a maintenance program for all relevant work types.

Consumer advocate seeks rate reduction for California plant downtime

Consumer advocate seeks rate reduction for California plant downtime

The Public Utilities Commission’s Division of Ratepayer Advocates is reportedly calling for Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric to reduce ratepayer bills due to the ongoing downtime at the San Onofre nuclear plant.

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