Don’t disrupt your business from poor service and planning!
From time to time, vessels become frustrating when something isn’t attended to immediately because it was not worked on or tested before it became a problem. Part of the reason for this is many vessels don’t have a maintenance schedule to service all f the moving parts and items that need care and attention. Developing and following a weekly, monthly, quarterly & annual maintenance schedule will help to minimize wear and tear, disruptions, major and or catastrophic damages to the ship.
The association schedules routine maintenance for a number of reasons.
- It eliminates unexpected replacements and breakdowns.
- It keeps costs down because repairs are not made on an emergency basis.
- It extends the lives of expensive common elements and reduces reserved funds
- It stops problems before they occur
A maintenance schedule is a useful tool that keeps costs down and vessel function and appearance up. Bear with them; eventual, y everything will get done in the most efficient, economical way.
Don’t know where to start with planning this? Have a professional help. Contact Nautical Trips and Consulting to get more information as to how we can help/