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Book recommendations

Determine your maintenance productivity and figure out how much value you can create by implementing Maintenance Planning & Scheduling
Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Handbook
by Richard 'Doc' Palmer

Many readers already regard the Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Handbook as the chief authority for establishing effective maintenance planning and scheduling in the real world. The second edition adds new sections and further develops many existing discussions to make the handbook more comprehensive and helpful.

The Toyota Way
by Jeffery Liker

How to speed up business processes, improve quality, and cut costs in any industry In factories around the world, Toyota consistently makes the highest-quality cars with the fewest defects of any competing manufacturer, while using fewer man-hours, less on-hand inventory, and half the floor space of its competitors.

Maintenance & Reliability Best Practices
by Ramesh Gulatti

Drawing upon the author’s many years of shop floor and management experience in a variety of industries, this bestseller is designed to provide a basic yet thorough understanding of Maintenance and Reliability “Best Practices.”

Making Common Sense Common Practice
by Ron Moore

Make more money in the manufacturing business – but not through cost-cutting and employee layoffs. This book clearly describes how you can turn common sense into common practice to achieve superior manufacturing performance and low-cost production.Presenting the best practices of the best manufacturing companies in the world, this book presents proven models for achieving world-class performance.

Reliability-Centered Maintenance
by John Moubray

Initially developed by the aviation industry, RCM is rapidly becoming fundamental to the practice of maintenance management and is now in use at hundreds of industrial and service organizations around the world. This book provides an authoritative and practical explanation of what RCM is and how it can be applied. It is of vital importance to anyone concerned with productivity, quality, safety, and environmental integrity.

RCM - Gateway to World-Class Maintenance
by Anthony 'Mac' Smith

Reliability-Centered Maintenance provides valuable insights into current preventive maintenance practices and issues, while explaining how a transition from the current “preserve equipment” to “preserve function” mindset is the key ingredient in a maintenance optimization strategy. This book defines the four principal features of RCM and describes the nine essential steps to achieving a successful RCM program.

Don't Just Fix It, Improve It! by Winston Ledet

James Emery is struggling to balance his various roles as husband, father, and plant manager for Modern Products Manufacturing. When an accident occurs at the plant, leaving people seriously injured, James feels responsible.The accident is the impetus to drastic changes in both James’ personal life and his career.

Managing Maintenance Error by Reason & Hobbs

Situations and systems are easier to change than the human condition – particularly when people are well-trained and well-motivated, as they usually are in maintenance organisations.