Maintenance Reliability Mission Statements
An effective mission statement can go a long way toward generating buy in for your efforts if it is short, direct and to the point.
Try to write your mission statement in under 8 words (Management can easily understand 8 words):
Use this format: Verb, Target, Outcome
Example: Create reliable production lines for increased output
Increase line availability through improved reliability
Reduce maintenance cost through proactive practices
Sit down and write your new 8 word or less mission statement today and if you are willing - please share it using the comments box below so others can find ideas they can use.
Tip provided by: Terrence O’Hanlon, CMRP
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