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Planned Preventative Maintenance

PPM – Planned Preventative Maintenance

When carrying out service and inspection an engineer completes a planned preventative maintenance report detailing the condition of each applicable part. The report is then sent to the customer electronically detailing any faults found, the severity of each fault and subsequent details to replace or repair.

A planned preventative maintenance report is completed for each crane which identifies the key components of the crane and provides an assessment of each items condition.

 The existing system is based upon a simple rating of A, B, C or N.

A – Examined and found satisfactory

B – Worn but serviceable

C – Requires repair / renewal

N – Not applicable

Any defects or faults found and details of any wear are then elaborated on in the comments section.

Please continue to check back here throughout 2015 for news of our new system for planned maintenance which has been in its final test phase during the end of 2014

COVID-19

Granada have a large section of their customer base working as essential suppliers/workers. Our office based staff are all working remotely and we are still offering 24hr emergency callout and repair services to current and new customers. Our engineers are adhering to social distancing and working in accordance with government guidelines. If you require assistance please contact us and we will do our best to help in these challenging times.