Bad maintenance practices tend to sneak into the way things get done. Here are three more related to “training” that you should guard against: Bad Practice #71 — Trying to Save Money with a “Train Once” Policy. Training needs to be repeated and ongoing. People forget, equipment changes, and circumstances change. And especially important is that without training, people drift into developing bad habits. Bad Practice #72 — Giving Everyone the Same ...
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