A.1 MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION
The maintenance organization and administration should ensure effective
implementation and control of maintenance activities.
A. The organizational structure is clearly defined.
B. Staffing and resources are sufficient to accomplish assigned tasks.
C. Responsibilities and authority for each management, supervisory, professional
and craft position are clearly defined and understood.
D. Interfaces with supporting groups are clearly defined and understood.
E. Administrative controls are employed in the conduct of maintenance activities
that affect safe and reliable plant operation. Examples of such activities include
scheduling of preventive maintenance, use of special tools and lifting equipment,
and use of measuring and test equipment.
F. Performance appraisals are effectively used to enhance individual performance.
G. Temporary and other non-plant personnel use the same (or equivalent) plant-
approved policies, procedures, and controls and the same workmanship standards
as plant maintenance personnel.
H. Personnel are actively encouraged to develop methods to improve safety,
reliability, quality, and productivity.
Performance indicators are reviewed and used to improve maintenance