OSIL believes the key to achieving optimum operating efficiency is underpinned by a planned, routine Service and Maintenance regime.
In addition to performance related benefits, customers embracing this service have seen significant cost savings and improved relationships with regulators, local authorities and nearby residential areas.
Planned maintenance programmes are designed to ensure that any potential problems are dealt with before a crisis occurs, ensuring customers benefit from a reduction in the number of reactive call outs.
Planned maintenance programmes are designed and scheduled to meet individual customer requirements and can incorporate compliance and environmental services through real time monitoring.
The frequency of visits (weekly, monthly or quarterly), schedule of works and cost are agreed in advance. We strongly believe that a planned service and maintenance programme will pay for itself many times over in the reduction of repair costs and added longevity of plant equipment.
One of the key benefits of planned maintenance is the ability to schedule works to an agreed plan to minimise disruption to your business.
OSIL has national coverage by skilled, multi trade and specialist operatives and approved contractors to ensure that your planned maintenance programme will be completed on time and to the agreed budget. We strongly believe that our Planned Service programme will pay for itself many times over in the reduction of repair costs and added longevity of your equipment.
Benefits of Planned Service
- Peace of mind
- Expert technicians at your service
- Maintains energy efficiency
- Environmental responsibility
- Reduction of major repair expenses
- Prospects equipment warranties
- Discounted pricing
- Price protection
- Priority scheduling
- Releases front-line foremen from major planning duties and allows them more time to supervise their crews.
- Provides procedures to plan, execute, monitor and control maintenance resources.
- Reduces delays in waiting for men, material, tools after a job is in progress.
- Provides procedures to implement and continue a PM program.
- Provides a communication link between maintenance and operations.
- Allows hourly employees to be 100% work loaded.
- Performance reporting allows upper management to judge system and maintenance progress.
- Reduces maintenance costs.
- Provides a tool for operations to assign priorities.
- Reduces emergency breakdowns.
Read about our service and maintenance work at the largest sewage plant in Europe: http://osiltd.wpengine.com/case-studies/thames-water/