Bad Practices, Part 14

Watch out for these bad maintenance practices.

Bad maintenance practices tend to sneak into the way things get done. Here are three more to guard against:

Bad Practice #35 — Allowing Manual Overrides and Bypasses of the Work Order System.

Work that can be scheduled needs to be planned and assigned (CMMS leads). Work of an emergency nature, such downtime responses, needs to be documented and reviewed (CMMS follows).

Bad Practice #36 — Using the CMMS to Always Lead.

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