Do you suffer from DMS ?
Despite the booming life sciences industry economic climate in Massachusetts, DMS, or Deferred Maintenance Syndrome, continues to plague lab management.
DMS is Ill-Advised
Whether occasional or chronic, DMS is an ill-advised practice of postponing maintenance activities including repairs of infrastructure or physical property such as analytical instrumentation assets. The true cost of DMS varies, but is of real concern, especially for laboratories that need reliable performance of their analytical instrumentation so as to generate reliable and consistent data for their science.
Fortunately, Overbrook Support offers a full portfolio of maintenance, compliance and repair services (along with non-repair services such as Relocation/moves, Qualifications, and Veri-Q) in order to serve laboratories that periodically defer maintenance even when they know the possible consequences.
Overbrook May Prevent DMS and Other Ailments
You can prevent DMS through contract and/or periodic maintenance (PM) which can detect, solve and prevent maintenance problems.
The best way to ensure long-term operations success of the company, lab and maintenance process, is to rely on Overbrook Support field services engineering.
The failure to perform needed repairs can lead to asset deterioration and ultimately impairment beyond repair. Continued deferred maintenance ultimately result in higher costs, asset failure, and/or health, safety and licensure complications. Who needs that?
Deferred Maintenance is Not a Laughing Matter
Overbrook provides front-end and back-end services on multiple OEM makes and models.
Contact Overbrook Support Services today! Call 617-364-7683, fill out a Reply Form or notify email@example.com to prevent DMS or to learn more about how Overbrook Support beats back other ailments too while providing know-how at a fair price.