Facilities Planning and Management

To effectively apply industrial engineering principles to the facilities management environment, it is important for a facility manager to understand the differences between manufacturing (production) activities and operational activities in a facilities management department. Production activities are highly standardized and respective events. The respective action makes them predictable by the use of statistical analysis techniques.

  • Clear hierarchy of countable, transformable units of quantification for an objective to the workload.
  • Allow for meaningful workload forecast, in terms related to the needed resources or convertible to such terms.
  • At least one or more levels, the work unit should demonstrate a firm relationship to required resources to be established: at these levels a work count, the number of times a work unit to be performed, should be a meaningful number with respect to required resources.

 

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