The world is upside down, but your maintenance doesn’t have to be.

Everyone is slowly trying to recover and rebuild with the COVID-19 outbreak, recent riots, and economic disruptions. Numerous businesses in various industries are experiencing major impacts and have to focus on disruptions, what we’ve learned from, and how to move past it.

The emphasis has been placed on safety, which includes employees, visitors, and consumers ensuring operations comply with the required industry regulations. With a preventive maintenance strategy, maintenance managers and technicians can ensure that all the required maintenance and disinfecting of assets and facilities are done.

We’ve collaborated to bring you content focusing on how to keep your business operating during these unsettling times by using a preventive maintenance strategy. Below you will find a checklist, e-Book, and Tech-Talk video for you to use:

1. Preventive Maintenance Checklist

Checklist for Safety

    • Inspect personal protection equipment, including safety glasses, gloves, respirators, and other equipment, and replace anything worn or damaged
    • Keep all first-aid kits stocked, especially after use
    • Check and restock all eyewash stations and bottles
    • Inspect, repair, or replace any fall-protection kits

Checklist for Equipment:

    • Ensure that machinery is clear of debris.
    • Wipe machine surfaces of lubricant, dirt, and other loose debris.
    • Regularly inspect tools for wear.
    • Routinely check all machinery fluid levels and air filters and replace them as needed.
    • Calibrate machines regularly.
    • Regularly check belts for damage.
    • Clean belts and other equipment in direct contact with materials and inventory.
    • Check and maintain motors and other power sources.

Checklist for Buildings and Facilities:

    • Ensure that adequate space exists between equipment.
    • Confirm that safety and caution areas are sufficiently marked.
    • Keep walkways and other traffic areas clear of debris and any other material.
    • Guarantee that wires are properly secured and do not present a hazard.
    • Check stairway and walkway railings regularly.
    • Inspect structural building elements.
    • Comprehensively check and repair building systems (electrical, plumbing, network).
    • Examine fire detectors and remain in compliance with local regulations.
    • Assess external grounds, including parking facilities, for hazards.
    • Check your roof.

2. A Guide to Preventive Maintenance e-Book

3. Tech-Talk: Looking Beyond Predictive and Preventive Maintenance

Watch our on-demand pre-recorded video and find out how you can save up to 18% when using a Preventive Maintenance Strategy.

To learn more about how a CMMS can improve and manage maintenance on assets and equipment, please contact us at +1 (262) 241-3845, email us at, or sign-up for a Free Live Demo.