The Maintenance Assessment Process (MAP) is an evaluation of the current state of the maintenance function of a corporation, company, or facility. The purpose of the assessment is to gauge how capable the maintenance function is in supporting the goal of operational excellence.
Prior to the MAP a list of documents is sent to your management team to prepare for the assessment. This allows both sides to prepare for the most effective site visit. A schedule will be established for interviews and observations.
The on-site MAP consists of a review of maintenance programs and maintenance record-keeping by a team of two assessors using a three-pronged approach:
The assessment specifically scores the client (against Best in Class industry standards for over 450 different criteria) in the following areas:
These criteria are evaluated and scored using our quantitative grading calculator, the Maintenance Assessment Process Standards (MAPS) tool.
TTS conducts an exit interview with senior management reviewing high points of the assessment. After the assessment is completed, a complete report is provided identifying strengths and areas for improvements. This written report will be delivered within 30 days of assessment completion.
With this starting point you are on the way to a more efficient world class organization.