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of the relative
positions on a condition
can be applied to either individual assets
(such as roofs or boilers) or entire facilities.
"Good" forms part of a linguistic scale (index) rather that is typically applied to a group of measures that are underpinned by a numerical scale.
The typical linguistic scale utilizes terms such as “excellent”; “good”, “fair”, “poor” and "critical".
Listed below are some of the characteristics of an asset or facility at this condition level:
Application to Facilities
The "good" ranking classification is utilized in the following key performance indicators
Generally associated with a facility that is operating at Level 1: showpiece facility or Level 2: comprehensive stewardship.
Listed below are some of the merits of this condition ranking scheme.
Fig. Two key performance indicators (KPIs) confirming that a facility is in relatively "good" condition.
Fig. Orderly spotlessness of the interior finishes at a showpiece facility.
Fig. Relationship between FCI, funding levels and facility operating standards.
Fig. An example of the progression of deterioration from potential failure ("P") to functional failure ("F") along the P-F interval.
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