Turf Maintenance Facility Design and Management: A Guide to Shop Organization, Equipment, and Preventive Maintenance for Golf and Sports Facilities / Edition 1by John Piersol, Harry V. Smith
Pub. Date: 09/02/2008
This book is an essential resource covering all aspects of setting up, and efficiently operating, a turf maintenance facility. The authors discuss the role of the turf equipment manager, the most effective shop equipment, management techniques for safe and efficient shop operation, and specialized diagnostics for turf equipment. This information is supported by
This book is an essential resource covering all aspects of setting up, and efficiently operating, a turf maintenance facility. The authors discuss the role of the turf equipment manager, the most effective shop equipment, management techniques for safe and efficient shop operation, and specialized diagnostics for turf equipment. This information is supported by photos and drawings illustrating shop layouts, workflow and organization charts, and preventative maintenance forms.
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- 6.10(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.70(d)
Table of Contents
Chapter One: The Role of the Turf Equipment Manager.
The Management Team.
The Turf Equipment Manager as the Team Psychologist.
Sports Turf Facilities.
Chapter 2: Maintenance Facility and Shop Design.
Design, Construction and Selling your Design to Management.
Remodeling Older Facilities.
Meeting Regulations and Zoning.
How to Allow for Expansion.
Functional Interior Space.
Equipment Storage Area.
Lounge and Break Rooms.
How the Maintenance Facility Sets the Example.
Chapter 3: Preventive Maintenance.
What is PM?
Setting Up a PM System.
The Effects of No PM.
Well Trained Operators as a Resource.
The Technicians Role in PM.
Chapter 4: Reel Technology.
Reel Mower Precision vs. Rotary Mower Simplicity.
Adjusting for Height of Cut.
Rotary Blades / Wear / Sharpening.
Chapter 5: Selecting Tools and Equipment for the Shop.
The Right Equipment for Your Shop.
Must Have Tools.
Chapter 6: Problems and Suggestions.
A Simple Diagnostic Technique.
Inventory Control and Logistics.
Preventive Maintenance and Time Management.
Respect and the Technician.
Chapter 7: Training Equipment Operators.
Where to Find Good Operators.
Training Equipment Operators.
Chapter 8: Filling the Turf Equipment Manager Position.
Lack of Career Awareness.
High Schools as a Resource.
Chapter 9: Safety Regulations and Regulatory Agencies.
Clean and Organized is Safer and More Efficient.
Assistance from Regulatory Agencies and Your Insurance Carrier.
Handling Fuels and Oils.
Recycling and Detoxification.
Hazardous Materials Record Keeping.
Accident Reports and Reporting.
First Aid and First Responders.
Chapter 10: Conclusions.
About the Authors.
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