A.3 MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT
Management and supervisory personnel should monitor and assess plant
maintenance activities to improve all aspects of maintenance performance.
A. Line managers and supervisors are responsible for and personally take part in
monitoring and assessing maintenance activities. Assessments by other
independent groups, such as quality assurance, are used by line managers and
supervisors as a management tool to assist them in assessing maintenance
B. Managers and supervisors frequently tour the plant and observe ongoing work.
Effective corrective actions are taken for noted problems.
C. Senior managers monitor the assessment activities of their subordinate managers
D. Management and supervisory assessment and improvement efforts are
performance-oriented. Line managers and supervisors are responsible for
determining and implementing corrective actions.
E. Selected maintenance data reflecting plant performance are analyzed and
trended, and the results are forwarded to appropriate levels of management.
F. Root causes are determined for problems identified during monitoring of
maintenance activities and by analysis of trends. Corrective actions are initiated
and tracked to completion.
G. Management assessments are conducted to determine the reasons for success or
failure in achievement of objectives. Results are incorporated into future