Today, we will take a closer look at facility inspections known as Plan Preventive Maintenance (PPM). The necessity of conducting inspections may cause some trouble, but is it really the case?
Devices that make up the technical infrastructure of a property become a component of PPM. So what is important in building PPM plans?
• technical requirements of devices and installations according to DTR • legal regulations specified in laws • warranty obligations • customer requirements • property owner requirements.
What areas does PPM cover?
👉 Installations and devices powering the building with electrical energy,
👉 HVAC installations and devices,
👉 Sanitary installations and devices,
👉 Fire protection installations,
👉 Telecommunications installations,
👉 Other mechanical and sanitary installations,
👉 Audio-video installations,
👉 Installations and devices subject to technical supervision,
👉 Building inspections,
👉 Common area and shared space inspections.
In summary: Proper PPM implementation is a process that requires attention and care. Implementing a PPM plan ensures the safety of the property and provides information and knowledge about the current state of the property, services and maintenance costs.
And how do you implement PPM plans?