A response to customer expectations :

  • Visibility as regards your maintenance operating mode and performance level: in relation to other producers (Benchmarking)
  • Assessment of economical impact of maintenance optimisation: calculation of existing shortfall and ROI

1. Maintenance strategy/policy
2. Organisation of the maintenance
3. Staff and training
4. State and compliance of installations
5. Safety
6. Environment
7. Technical management & Improvement plan
8. Technical maintenance documentation
9. Scheduling and planning
10. Stoppages for reconstruction/Reconditioning
11. Maintenance costs
12. Preventive and systematic maintenance
13. Predictive and condition-based maintenance
14. Corrective maintenance
15. Purchasing/Procurement
16. Sub-contracting
17. Stock and management of spare parts
18. Workshop
19. Tooling quality
20. Computer-assisted maintenance management (CAMM)
21. Reporting
22. Performance control panel


Support for implementing points recommended during the audit:

  • Definition and formalisation of the maintenance policy
  • Overhaul of existing organisation
  • Production of control panels and performance indicators
  • Use of feedback to finalise the equipment set-up
  • Qualification and re-definition of spare-parts stock


"The performance of the workshops depends on the performance of the managers."

  • Definition of the managers' scope of responsibility and objectives, management skills (in line with needs or to be upgraded)
  • Organisation of daily tasks
  • Establishment of clearly organised missions and activities
  • Support for your teams through the implementation of the new organisation and until the results are achieved


"Managing performance means continually identifying, assessing and implementing tools and initiatives to control and improve performances."

  • Objective: a new organisational structure to identify and correct malfunctions and improve your warehouse's performance
  • Method: analytical tools, development and improvement of coordination between production and maintenance.


  • Methodology, processes and management adapted to the field of intervention (preventive, curative, new works)
  • Identification of appropriate tools and methods (planning, TPM, CAMM, SMED, spare-parts management, etc.)


  • Visibility as regards your operating methods, their strengths and the weaknesses to be improved in your warehouse
  • Objective positioning (benchmark)
  • Improvement of availability, e.g. reduction of breakdowns by up to 2/3
  • Economic impact
  • Return on investment: less than 10 months, on average
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