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Research directions for integrating the triple bottom line in maintenance dashboards

Abstract : Among the activities managed by an organization, the maintenance of the resources it uses considerably affects sustainable performance. In this paper, we propose research on decision support for controlling sustainable performance induced by maintenance processes based on the core principles of decision systems. We discuss their application in maintenance, and underline the weaknesses of current practices in this domain. As we are particularly interested in key performance indicators, dashboards and prognosis approaches, we have reviewed the work on these subjects conducted by different scientific communities. This study allows us to propose a set of founding elements to conduct research on dashboards for sustainable performance in maintenance. Among these elements, we define sustainable value, sustainable signature, and sustainable state of the equipment. We suggest implementing such dashboards in Sustainable Condition-Based Maintenance (SCBM) based on Remaining Sustainable Life (RSL), and we propose a framework to conduct this research using a systemic approach according to the process of dashboard building.
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Olivier Sénéchal. Research directions for integrating the triple bottom line in maintenance dashboards. Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier, 2017, 142, pp.331-342. ⟨10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.07.132⟩. ⟨hal-03429428⟩



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