Selva Services Any activity—such as tests, measurements, replacements, adjustments, and repairs—intended retain or restore a functional unit. or to a specified state in which the unit can perform its required functions. All action taken to retain material in a serviceable condition or to restore it to serviceability. As includes inspections, testing, servicing, classification to serviceability, repair, rebuilding, and reclamation. All supply and repair action taken to keep a force in condition to carry out its mission. The routine recurring work required to keep a facility (plant, building, structure, ground facility, utility system, or other real property) in such condition that it continuously used, at its original or designed capacity and efficiency for its intended purpose.


 Maintenance strictly connected to the utilization stage of the product or technical system which the concept of maintainability must included. In this scenario, maintainability  considered as ability of an item, under stated conditions of use, retained in or restored to a state in which it can perform its required functions, using prescribed procedures and resource


 Maintenance at divided into three types of activities: Preventive Maintenance (PM) PM accomplishes two separate functions: 1) The day to-day building checks, the legislative and code-required monitoring, testing, servicing and inspection of building systems and components; and 2) A scheduled inspection, servicing and adjustment of systems and components to ensure they are performing as intended and reach their planned service life. Repair Service: Repair includes fixing or replacing broken, worn out or faulty building components.


 Repairs required to address normal wear and tear ,unanticipated breakdown, or to correct minor willful damage such vandalism or graffiti. Then  intention to replace components with the same or an equivalent component. Discretionary Maintenance: This includes replacing wear-prone materials such as flooring and the periodic painting of walls. The necessity for this determined by the Facility Manage or Maintenance Coordinator.


Additionally ,Alarm is frequently asked about response to alarms from buildings or building systems. But installed in GNWT buildings for a variety of functions as outlined in the table below. Most of these alarms require someone to respond to the alarm situation. The decision as to who should respond to the alarms depends on the type of alarm ,who responsible for the asset, and the qualifications of the people in the community. clear the primary responsibility to respond to each type of alarm. up to the primary responder to determine who should provide the back-up services. when the primary responder is not available.


 Listed below the various types of alarms, the individual or agency that the primary responsibility to respond the alarms. The table only a guide as it recognized that every community  differences, and these differences dictate different responsibilities. Although PWS does not provide initial Intrusion Alarm response, e. Although design of systems and installation is at the technical coronary heart of our enterprise, these developments are meaning repairs necessary to secure or repair the building, the local  maintenance provider should be contacted.


 Although staff and contracted maintenance service providers do not package, handle or transport program-generated material that classified toxic, hazardous, explosive or biological waste. This includes medical waste, waste from school science labs and shops, and waste from college or other program laboratories. When ordered by WCB or other regulatory agencies or requested by the client, the removal of building materials determined to be hazardous  using specialty contractors on a chargeback basis. responsible for the removal of small amounts of material necessary to complete minor repairs. PWS will inspect buildings with identified hazardous materials on an annual basis to ensure the facility is safe to occupy.


(GENERAL OFFICE SPACE) In addition to the O&M or maintenance services outlined in this document PWS also provides general office space to client departments through the Property Management Section. General Office Space (leased or owned) is “space used to accommodate general administrative functions” and reallocated between departments with minimal changes required”. PWS through its Property Managers is responsible for arranging necessary building maintenance, repairs, resolving issues related to building comfort levels, ensuring custodial services (cleaning) and snow removal on sidewalks or steps done to a satisfactory level. If there questions about specific Property Management Services clients should contact the PWS Regional Superintendent for clarification.


 Through Clients equipment and furnishings in their buildings and facilities that specific to their program. But As a general rule,  will do very minor repairs to office furniture and repairs to permanently installed building systems such as school clock and bell systems or nurse call systems or intercom systems. Typically the components of these systems become obsolete very quickly, as do the systems themselves, resulting in replacement of entire systems when repairs are needed. Maintenance, operation and repair of other specialty program equipment is not funded .

 This includes program items such as medical equipment. After all  responsible to ensure that the program equipment suitable supply of utilities (water, electricity, heat)for the equipment to operate. Even under a chargeback arrangement, and contracted maintenance service, Further providers will not operate, repair, or service medical equipment that may have an impact on the health of people. Maintaining medical equipment is a specialty service staff is not trained to provide such service equipment services. the department is not funded for this work.  however, assist by establishing a service contract with a specialty firm on a chargeback basis.

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