Bad maintenance practices tend to sneak into the way things get done. Here are three more related to “reporting” that you should guard against: Bad Practice #65 — Omitting from routine maintenance report forms a way to provide feedback that could result in updating to add a necessary step or to remove a step for better allocation of resources. Bad Practice #66 — Omitting from the review process of routine maintenance forms a means of amending the processes to better ...

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