What is a maintenance policy?

Definition of a maintenance policy

A Maintenance Policy is a statement of principle used to guide Maintenance Management decision making. An example for a Maintenance Policy could be:

"The Maintenance Department strifes for supporting the production process in order to achieve adequate levels of availability, reliability, operability and quality at acceptable levels of safety and cost."

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