“The critical support for heavy and capital-intensive industries (Aditya

“The effort inconnection with different technical and administrative action to keep aphysical asset, or restore it to a condition where it can perform a requiredfunction” are defined as maintenance management (Chan, Lee and Burnett, 2001).

Manymaintenance managers see planned and preventive maintenance as a prudentinvestment, as the money and resources invested today are liable to be lowerthan the costs of reactive maintenance in the future from the previous casestudies of hotel maintenance management in Sanya, China, (Michael Pitt,2016).Satisfactoryreturn can be provided with good maintenance management to guarantee an asset.Assets must be maintained more effectively and professionally to acquire”best value for money”. As such, effective maintenance managementrequires a more comprehensive and comprehensive approach.

Satisfactory returnedwill not be provided by assets if maintenance management against them isneglected or maintenance will only be made against them when serious damages oruser breaks in which assets are not achieving optimum levels. This reactiveapproach can be very harmful to all parties. Damage often gets to the new levelof repair and this can disrupt the productivity. Maintenance management shouldbe emphasized particularly on certain assets and avoid long-term losses.By keeping theproductivity performance of plants and machineries in a reliable and safeoperating condition, maintenance provides critical support for heavy andcapital-intensive industries (Aditya Parida, 2015). Now, to sustaincompetitiveness, manufacturing systems are operating more efficiently,effectively and economically (Wang and Hwang, 2004). On this paper, we give an overview of various types of maintenancemanagement in the previous literature that related to some real case study.2.

1 LITERATUREREVIEWAfter anoverview of maintenance, the focus in the literature review was turned tocorrective maintenance. The literature was used to find a model for analysingthe maintenance management that have been discussed. The literature used was inform of academic articles and some related case studies. 2.

2.1.4 CORRECTIVE  MAINTENANCECorrectivemaintenance or break down maintenance, which is used when a system or machineface on failure. To create a successful operation again, it includes repair andreplacement of failed items. In contrast, the corrective maintenance actionsare not schedulable (Blischke and Murthy, 2003). Corrective maintenance is theway to prevent equipment failures to be applied to the improvement of equipmentso that the equipment failure can be eliminated and the equipment can be easilymaintained (I.P.S Ahuja and J.

S Khamba,2002).Corrective maintenanceimproves its equipment and components so that preventative maintenance can beimplemented with certainty. In using corrective maintenance, the tool with theold design must be redesigned. Corrective maintenance is essential forhigh-cost maintenance items for examples in poor maintenance, poor design orexternal design specifications. The options to be made are between re-designand recurrent cost of maintenance.

Some situations whenreplacing machines are more economical than fixing then no repairs need to bedone. It is particularly appropriate when a chronic and repetitive failureoccurs and requires modifications. It requires engineering action rather thanmaintenance but is often the responsibility of the maintenance department.

Case StudyAnalysis: Hotel maintenance management in Sanya, China In terms of hospitality point of view,renovations can be defined as a renewal process for upgrading hotel propertiesto prevent damage to use while modifying space is to meet the changing needs ofthe market (Karam Mansour Ghazi, 2016). In terms of hotel perspectives,renovations are seen as a process for maintaining or improving the image of thehotel by modifying a significant product, due to various reasons through anychange of hotel layout and the addition or replacement of furniture andequipment materials (Hassanien and Baum, 2002 ). Additionally, renovations arethe same as replacement, restoration and re-design of hotel management andmaintenance in Sanya, China. This makes it a functional hotel managementfacility that relates to the physical aspects of the hotel and is not a ‘soft’element of service. Therefore, this definition is similar to the development ofrepair maintenance as it requires input from many parts and levels oforganization.