Lean Maintenance

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Lean Maintenance

Lean Maintenance

Joel Levitt


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Lean Maintenance is written for anyone in a leadership position in maintenance, storeroom or production. This unique book will also be found useful by vendors to the maintenance departments, including maintenance contractors, parts vendors, and various kinds of service providers.


A pragmatic book, Lean Maintenance will take the reader on a journey from uncovering waste, designing projects to address the waste, selling the projects to management and delivering the projects. Every area in maintenance is covered, including your TPM effort, storeroom, PM tasking, work orders and computer systems. What's more, the user will be able to immediately use this book to start the process of saving money, energy, or time within just one hour!



  • Provides examples at every step of the way to guide the reader.
  • Includes forms and check lists for successful Lean projects.
  • Offers the reader the ability to design and execute a savings project within a day.
  • Introduction to Lean Maintenance
  • Distinguishing Lean Maintenance from Everything Else
  • Lean Maintenance and World-Class Maintenance
  • Lean Worker
  • Lean Maintenance and Safety
  • Lean Organization and Maintenance Support
  • Lean Maintenance Parts and Storeroom
  • Lean Maintenance and the Work Order System
  • Lean and the Use of the CMMS to uncover Waste
  • Enabling Technology for Lean Maintenance
  • Lean Planning and Scheduling
  • Lean Fire-fighting
  • Lean PM
  • TPM and Lean Maintenance
  • Quality
  • 5 S's contribution to Lean Maintenance
  • The Lean Machine
  • RCM and Lean Maintenance
  • Lean Outsourcing
  • Initiating Lean Projects
  • Where to look for Waste
  • Developing the List of Wastes into a List of Projects
  • Once a Project for Refinement Has Been Chosen
  • Putting the Finishing Touches on Written and Verbal Presentations
  • Publishing Lean Projects
  • How a School District could save $1,000,000