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Prioritize Preventive Maintenance.
One of the key benefits to a preventive maintenance program is extending
asset life. It’s the equivalent of changing
the oil in your car to save you from replacing the engine. Having to pay to replace a major piece of equipment is costly, and not to mention inconvenient to your members who experience the down time.
Implement a Work Order Process.
A well thought out and executed work order
process can help your maintenance team fix
problems before they affect your members. This minimizes complaints and allows employees to perform their jobs to ensure your club is running smoothly without
interruption or trouble.
Document Inspections and Repairs.
A preventative maintenance program ensures the comfort, health and safety
of your staff and members. If any liability issues arise within your facility, it’s important to have documentation that proper repairs and inspections have been performed.
Michael Knox is the manufacturing and membership manager at FacilityDude. A member of the FacilityDude team for four years, he specializes in helping membership and club facilities solve operational and process challenges. Michael strives to help clubs increase effectiveness in serving their members on a daily basis, providing vision and mission for the future of club facilities maintenance, and ultimately giving the people running the clubs the credit they deserve. Michael resides in the Raleigh, North Carolina area and has been a member of several CMAA clubs in the area.
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