Bad Practices, Part 16

Don't let these three bad maintenance practices sneak into the way you get things done.

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

Bad Practice #41 — Assuming the Cause of Deterioration Rather Than Determining the Cause.

In your CMMS, have a list of possible failure causes for each type of equipment (especially cables) and prescribe tests for each one.

Bad Practice #42 — Making Adjustments Without Determining the Root Cause of Per

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