Maintenance programmes
Preparation of technical charts for scheduled maintenance programmes, specifying the persons responsible, the checks, the timing and the deadlines for visits.

The main objective of a maintenance programme is to schedule, in accordance with pre-established cycles, the greatest possible number of ordinary and extraordinary maintenance interventions, in order to prevent deterioration phenomena and to rationalise work execution procedures. The pre-established cycle of scheduled interventions cannot regulate the maintenance work as a whole, because its implementation is conditioned by the difficulty of establishing the deterioration dynamics of the various technological units. The strategy adopted for preparing the programme is therefore based on reaching a balance, in technical and financial terms, between scheduled and accidental maintenance interventions.

In addition to including preventive interventions carried out at pre-established intervals, a Maintenance Programme also specifies a series of interventions to be carried out in accordance with conditions. A substantial part of maintenance work is programmed in keeping with deadlines regulated by data collected in the course of inspections and checks, making it possible to keep the various technological units under control and conserve them throughout their lifespans. The charts specify the persons who are responsible for this work, and who therefore evaluate the construction elements of the building periodically, in line with a set timetable.

A section implemented in the database can be processed, providing a chronological record of interventions in order to check performance over time.