Index: It is the quantitative relationship between the goals planned, the objectives, the standards related to the indicators and the results achieved. (Zerpa 2005).
Input: Financial, material, human, technological and information resources that the organization must have or require to start the production process. (Wolf 2000).
Interpretation: It consists of specifying how the result of what has been measured or expressed quantitatively will be read. Also establish how it could be plotted for follow-up. (Segarra 2001).
Goals: Specific purposes or purposes to be achieved; In general, they entail the quantification of the expected results in a determined period, the goals must always be oriented to the realization of the mission and the objectives of the organization. (Flórez 2003).
Measurement: It is to determine an amount comparing it with another one. (Lugo 2001).
Objectives: Are the purposes or general purposes that organizations intend to achieve. (Flórez 2003).
Process: Activities, tasks and steps to be developed. (Arriaga 2005).
Painting: The paint is a fluid product that, applied on a surface in relatively thin layers, is transformed over time into a solid film that adheres to said surface, in such a way that it covers, protects and decorates the element on which has been applied. (Ferrer 2012).
Products: Goods or services that result from using the inputs and adding value through the processes. (Meyer 2010).
Useful life: it is the period during which it is expected to use an asset. (Albaladejo 2000).
Modality of the Investigation
The UPEL (1998) defines the feasible project as a study “that consists of the investigation, elaboration and development of a proposal of a viable operative model to solve problems, requirements or needs of organizations or social groups”. The proposal that defines it can refer to the formulation of policies, programs, technologies, methods or processes, which only make sense in the scope of their needs.
With the aforementioned, this proposal is a feasible project since a corrective maintenance plan will be carried out in the structure of the Type II Rural Outpatient Clinic, which would solve the problems of the same and may be executed when the community managers arrange it, but limiting itself to a theoretical study which is characterized by the development of a non-experimental investigation.
Kind of investigation
Méndez (2001), points out that the descriptive study identifies characteristics of the research universe, indicates forms of behavior and attitudes of the investigated universe, establishes concrete behaviors and discovers and verifies the association between research variables. The studies oriented to the verification of causal hypotheses can be defined as an explanatory study; that is, identification and analysis of the causes and their results.
According to Sabino (2002) in the field designs the data of interest are collected directly from reality, through the concrete work of the researcher and his team. Its undeniable value lies in the fact that through them the researcher can verify the true conditions in which their data have been obtained, making it possible to revise or modify them in case doubts arise regarding their quality.
Therefore, the present study is descriptive and field, since only the formulation of the corrective maintenance plan was carried out, based on the description of a series of activities that need to be executed with the purpose of improving the facilities in the building.
In order to comply with the general objective and the specific ones planned in the study, stages of development have been established consisting of a series of activities that constitute the methodological phases that comprise the project.
Phase I: Documentary Investigation
Stage I: A bibliographic review was made where a review of a series of sources that refer to the subject of corrective maintenance, all the parameters and techniques that must be taken into account for their execution.
Phase II: Diagnosis
Stage I: The current conditions in which the structure of the rural outpatient clinic Type II La Pedregosa is found, to carry out this stage, it is necessary to review each constructive element of the ambulatory building.
Stage II: A checklist and a questionnaire were prepared, and will be applied to the staff members who work in the health center to diagnose the current conditions of the same.
Stage III: A planimetric survey of the building was carried out.
Stage IV: A photographic record of the building was made.