Maintenance Management of Heavy Duty Construction Plant and Equipment

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Chartridge Books Oxford, 1998 - Architecture - 132 pages
This book provides succinct guidance on the management of the maintenance of construction plant, bringing together information which is only currently found dispersed amongst other publications. Topics covered include: costs of maintenance; condition-based monitoring techniques; root cause failure analysis; health and safety; electronic documentation and record keeping; and directions for future research. Where appropriate, standard charts and reports - which can be adapted and used by the reader - are included. Chapters include: introduction to construction plant; the need to maintain construction plant and equipment; the costs of plant ownership; predictive and fixed time to maintenance strategies; condition based predictive maintenance techniques; CBPM: uses oil analysis; proactive maintenance; safety training and plant operators' procedures; record keeping and the application of information; technology.

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About the author (1998)

David Edwards was born in Britain, studied psychology at Oxford, and has taught at Rhodes University in South Africa since 1977. He is co-editor of a South African introductory psychology textbook. He received Clinical Psychology training through the University of Surrey and at the Centre for Cognitive Therapy at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and currently teaches and supervises trainee clinical psychologists in cognitive therapy and group therapy. He also has a longstanding interest in humanistic psychotherapy and has done experiential training in transpersonal psychology with Stanilslav Grof and Roger Woolger. He regularly offers experiential workshops using meditation exercises, and expressive arts such asdance and clay sculpture. He is author of over thirty articles and book chapters, which cover diverse topics that include case study research, behavioural training, stress management, eating disorders, guided imagery and aspects of transpersonal psychotherapy.

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