The main areas of the PMS (Preventative Maintenance System) audit can be undertaken and a brief review of the system will draw on comparisons within the industry.
In summary, the maintenance assessment would:
- Establish and review critical maintenance
- Stock levels
- Spares inventory
- Ordering system.
The spare minimum and maximum stock levels will be assessed and a review of the overdue maintenance and reasons to provide guidance on development and implementation.
OES auditors will review safety case of maintenance related items and determine how any outstanding maintenance items are tracked to completion.
Other reviews conducted will be on equipment history and maintenance tracking assessment, Change Implementation to reflect specific rig equipment, new equipment, and new procedures and Management of Change (MOU) culture.
At OES we believe in delivering services that maintain our clients assets, improves efficiency and protects both people and equipment. OES are committed to the environment and improving the health and safety of the industry. OES hold a strong internal safety record which is testimony to this and an achievement that all at OES are proud to be part of. Find out more about our vision.