Local education authorities currently spend about #114 million per
year on maintenance of engineering services in their education
establishments. Maintenance is clearly expensive, so it is
important for LEAs to ensure that their maintenance programmes are
cost-effective. In order to ensure that limited financial resources
are used effectively, it is important to achieve an appropriate
balance between planned and reactive work. There is also a need to
develop policies which would make planned maintenance work more
efficient. This bulletin outlines a strategy which can help in this
process, and also tackles the issue of whether to repair or replace
equipment. To assist with making such decisions, a repair/replace
decision tree is provided.
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