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How CMMS increases profit and efficiency while preventing liability of amusement parks
Let’s say a customer gets injured on one of the rides at a Floridian amusement park due to lack of maintenance on the ride. According to Florida Law (Section 616.242, Florida Statutes) if an owner violates Florida ride safety rules they can accrue a fine of $2500 and have their permit or inspection certificate revoked for a period of no more than one year.
How much business could an amusement park lose in an entire year simply because they did not have an efficient Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) system in place and proper maintenance was not done on a piece of equipment?
With Transcendent, a hosted enterprise asset management system, something like this would not take place. As an amusement park CMMS Transcendent will allow you to:
- Keep engineering departments organized, efficient, and liable with scheduled maintenance tasks and daily rounds all while being able to keep track of all work performed from anywhere.
- Prevent customer dissatisfaction by making sure your rides stay open with scheduled preventive maintenance preventative maintenance done by engineers with user friendly, easily trainable, state of the art handhelds.
- Help with capital expenditure costs by being able to look at the repair costs and history reports on each asset as well as improve the life expectancy of each piece of equipment.
- Prevent liability if a customer should sustain injury by having preventative maintenance records which can be shown by reports within the program.
Worried at the cost of IT services needed to host this amusement park CMMS? Don’t be, as this CMMS is hosted by Mintek with access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Mintek also has a top-notch support staff capable of answering your questions.
So the question is, can your amusement park afford not to have a great CMMS like Transcendent?