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Archive for November 2019

Selecting a CMMS: Stepping Up Your Public Asset Management Game

Municipal water utilities are made up of assets, including pipes, valves, tanks, pumps, wells, hydrants, treatment facilities and other components. To effectively manage such public assets, you need to know what they are and where they are located. Decision making to manage such assets requires data collection, data management and analysis. The Water Finance Research Foundation says that municipal utilities that move from paper-based systems to computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) can realize an estimated 12 to 18 percent cost savings.

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Water Systems And Legionella

Facilities managers and asset management tools are being called on to play a major role in reducing the spread of Legionnaires disease. With incidents on the rise, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine developed recommendations to manage Legionella in water systems. The guidelines call on facilities managers to monitor water heaters and water temps and create a cooling tower repository that tracks their locations and cleaning schedules. All of which can be done with an asset management solution like LLumin READYAsset.

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Will Smart Factories Remove the Need for Humans?

Fully autonomous factories are in sight as manufacturers adopt Industry 4.0 technologies. Does this spell the end for human maintenance staff? Not likely. Many companies are moving to approaches that blend human and artificial intelligence, where humans and smart systems work together to keep plants running. An excellent example of this type of collaboration is a worker taking guidance, on what to fix and when, from an asset management system that triggers predictive maintenance alerts when it detects a problem in the making.

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How Automated Workflows Improve Incident Reporting Compliance

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For years, manufacturers have submitted OSHA 300A forms covering work-related injuries and illnesses. Last year, OSHA required businesses to submit them digitally. Manufacturers that tracked such processes on paper needed to make a change. A smart way to transition is to make reporting part of a broader safety compliance effort based on a materials tracking and inventory management solution such as LLumin’s READYTrak, which can help ensure the enforcement and automatic documentation of compliance processes.

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