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The checklists include comprehensive details on what to look for, how often, and what PM procedures are required to preserve the integrity of the school. Inspection frequencies are broken into intervals-from biweekly to every five years.
Expert guidance on:
The system can be customized for special conditions of facilities by using the electronic checklists downloadable from the book's website. A laminated wall chart is included to track progress.
About the Author and Contributors.
How to Use This System.
Part One: Maintenance of Schools vs. Other Types of Facilities.
K-12 Student Populations and Maintenance Challenges.
School Building Materials, Wear Factors, and Maintenance Requirements.
Current and Future Challenges in the K-12 Population.
Part Two: Preventive Maintenance in Schools.
The Critical Contribution of Preventive Maintenance (PM).
Implementing a Preventive Maintenance System.
Common PM Tasks.
Establishing a Successful PM Protocol.
Part Three: Budgeting and Funding.
Funding for Public and Private Schools.
The Budget Process for K-12 Schools.
Factors That Affect the Budget.
The Twelve Precepts of Budgeting.
Preparing the Budget Back-up Sheet.
The Five-Year School Improvement Plan.
Achieving the Best Results, Despite a Shortfall in Funding.
Part Four: Estimating Preventive Maintenance Costs.
Components of PM Task Estimates.
Toilet Facility Service.
Beverage Dispensing Unit.
Chain Link Fence Gates.
Part Five: Preventive Maintenance Checklists.
Key to Terminology.
Lighting: Exterior and Interior.
Fire Alarm Water Flow Testing.
Doors and Windows.
Kitchen and Dining Areas.
Track and Field Areas.
Exterior Stairs, Decks, and Landings.
Hot Water Heaters.
Every Five Years.
Fire System Certification.
Appendix: PM and Maintenance and Repair References.
Figure A.1 Average Cleaning Times.
Figure A.2 A Summary of Basic Cleaning Solutions.
Figure A.3 Maintenance and/or Repair Procedures for AC-DC Motors.
Playground Safety and Maintenance.
Bibliography and Recommended Reading.