Big-Worm Trading was established with the aim of providing Mining Services and Information Communication Technology(ICT) Services to Clients in public sector and private sector.
Big-Worm Trading is a 100% B-BBEE owned enterprise, established in 2014 by Mr. Godfrey Shikwambani. It is a national powerhouse in diversified engineering providing products, systems and solutions across the Electrification, Instrumentation, Electronic and Mechanical Engineering value chain.
The company has been in existence since 2014 igniting a history of innovation and social development. As an integrated technology company, Big-Worm Trading aims to play a constructive role in South Africa’s success story.
We have a team of Technicians and artisans with more than 15 years of experience between them in the field of Instrumentation and Electrical/Electronic Engineering.
The ICT Stuff have more than 10 years of experience in executing their expertise according to the required standard of the Organization. Client's happiness is always a priority.
Mr. Godfrey Shikwambani has a vast experience in Electrical & Instrumentation works. He started his Electrical (Heavy Current) apprenticeship in 1998 and later recruited to Instrumentation field, he qualified as an Instrument Mechanician under MIETTB at Palabora Mining Company.
Big-Worm Trading believes in the communication protocol where required and necessary. However where the client or partner allows some flexibility to allow progress, Big-Worm Trading easily adapt to the situation to suit the partner/client’s needs.
As part of the operations planning and physical asset planning processes, the roles and performance standards of assets should be defined and, where appropriate, performance indicators developed.
The maintenance framework developed for the assets should enable the performance standards of the assets to be met efficiently and effectively. With this in mind, maintenance objectives should be clearly defined.
They should facilitate performance measurement and enable appropriate policies and strategies to be developed for their achievement.
Allocate maintenance resources.
Subject to the specific needs of the various types of asset, the following factors should be considered in developing delivery strategies and in allocating resources:
1. Maintenance tasks and activities
2. Level and mix of professional and technical expertise
3. Balance of in-house and outsourced expertise
4. Procurement arrangements
5. Management of resources
6. Maintenance facilities
Big-Worm Trading will consider maintenance within the overall context of asset Management and their core business to determine the scope, extent and cost-effectiveness of undertaking maintenance themselves or outsourcing if needs be.
Develop a maintenance information system
A comprehensive and appropriately structured asset register should form the hub of any asset management system. Information stored in asset registers varies for different asset types and is determined by The Client requirements. However, the asset register should be adequate to support, among others, systems for maintenance cost recording, work scheduling and financial planning. It should include the following information:
1. The current status of asset condition, performance and capacity and how these have affected service delivery
2. Asset description, value and location
3. Asset attributes
4. Asset age, service life and replacement requirements
5. Statutory requirements (for registration, testing etc.)
6. Standard of service (time, cost, quality)