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Joe Hertel is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison College of Engineering with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. He is a licensed Master Electrician, Commercial Electrical Inspector and Registered Professional Engineer with the State of Wisconsin.


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it comes to ongoing busi­ness operation, maintaining a structured plan is critical. The last thing your factory needs to deal with is an unexpected hiccup or delay from product defects, fail­ures, or accidents. Determining the best strategy to minimize downtime is the typical course of action businesses take to mitigate risks.

According to statistics, a Computerized Maintenance management systems (CMMS) can help an organization save between 10 and 15% annually. But due to the cost of CMMS solutions, many maintenance managers and organizations are reluctant to implement one.

Streamlining maintenance to be faster, safer, and more economically efficient is no easy feat. This holds true whether it’s a smaller-scale operation or an enterprise-level facility. Bringing automa­tioninto the equation is a clear necessity to remain competitive.

System integration is a hot topic these days due to the increasing advances in building automa­tion technology. Software such as BAS (Building Automation Systems), CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management Systems), security soft­ware, and building performance visualization soft­ware can now be integrated into one seamless system.

Electrical power quality disturbances can disrupt production by causing equipment malfunction or failure and reduce the life of electrical equipment. Power quality problems can cause frustration, be difficult to diagnose and expensive to solve. A few precautionary steps can help you to avoid them.

Today’s world is often defined by borderless and unconventional threats, global challenges, and fast-paced change; all things employers have minimal, if any, control over. On the other hand, fatalities, accidents, and illness at work are highly preventable. Companies have the ability to experience improvements in morale and productivity, along with cost reductions, by imple­menting suitable safety mea­sures for their operations.