Do We Need Maintenance Planners?

In this video, Christer Idhammar answers the question for. Someone is always planning a job whether you have the role of planner or not. But the best organizations have the role of “maintenance planner.”

Planners should be protected from disruptions and be focused on planning future work. Wondering about other best practices for planning work at your plant?

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At IDCON, we understand the pressure you face trying to build a reliable plant.
We provide side-by-side reliability and maintenance consulting and training designed to keep your equipment running.

For over 45 years, we’ve partnered with 100s of manufacturing plants around the world to eliminate the costs and the pressure caused by unreliable equipment. And we’d love to do the same for you.

Contact us today to see how we can help you keep your plant running.

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Christer Idhammar

Founder, IDCON INC Reliability and Maintenance Management Guru

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