Maintaining an educational institution is no easy feat. Between repairing broken equipment, fixtures, windows, doors, and any other items hundreds of students touch every day, your to-do list can become unruly very quickly. And that doesn’t even take into account a maintenance emergency.
If your school is dealing with disorganized maintenance management, you need something to change. Now is the best time to make that happen.
With students and teachers out of school for the summer, implementing a new school maintenance management program won’t affect their productivity or ability to work and learn. You’ll have to time to get everything set up and train maintenance and management staff to learn to use the new software before they actually have to start using it.
Whether you’re running a school maintenance management program for a middle school, an entire school division, or a secondary education building you know that the need for maintenance and repair is practically never ending. On top of that, it seems like every request is urgent. But, what actually qualifies a certain request as an emergency?
Well, the actual definition of a maintenance emergency is up to each individual facility, but it usually means a maintenance request that the maintenance manager or workers need to know about immediately. Typically those include:
We understand that maintenance workers have a lot to deal with. That’s why our CMMS for schools is designed to make their day-to-day activities as organized and efficient as possible. It is easy to use and provides you with all of the tools you need to set up a winning maintenance plan and budget.
While most maintenance systems will allow you to track work orders and progress, educational facilities need one that also includes preventative maintenance scheduling. Without preventative maintenance, schools can stay on top of safety and compliance tasks, which is critical for a facility with so many people relying on it every day.
When regular maintenance and preventative maintenance are properly performed and organized, it becomes easier for maintenance workers to deal with emergencies when they pop up.
In addition to making sure regular and preventative maintenance activities are organized in order to give workers more time to deal with emergencies, there are other ways a CMMS can help your school prepare. Plus, in our many years of working with educational facilities, we’ve been able to learn a lot about best school management programs and practices for dealing with emergency maintenance.
To find out what these are, download out Emergency Preparedness Ebook using the form below.
Want to find out more about how CMMS software for education industry can help you and your maintenance team be prepared for an emergency maintenance situation? Our Emergency Preparedness and CMMS EBook will give you all the tips and tricks you need to keep everything in your school running safely and efficiently.