Bad maintenance practices tend to sneak into the way things get done. Here are three more related to “reporting problems” that you should guard against: Bad Practice #62 — Taking Mental Notes or Relying on Scraps of Paper, When Encountering an Equipment Anomaly During Maintenance or Repair. Simply telling someone is just as useless. People forget and paper gets lost. If you don’t have a quick reporting means to get the problem properly entered into the maintenance ...

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