Auditing Repairs

Auditing Repairs

It often isn’t practical to do all of the things you’d like to do to ensure a complete repair job because that equipment needs to be running again five minutes before you even got there.

In the typical industrial plant situation, downtime creates a high-pressure zone on the factory floor. It often isn’t practical to do all of the things you’d like to do to ensure a complete repair job because that equipment needs to be running again five minutes before you even got there. And just as you’re finishing up, there’s a call to go put out another fire. This situation can leave many loose ends. It can also leave downtime time-bombs all over the plant.

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