CMMS Problems You Can Fix, Part 2

CMMS Problems You Can Fix, Part 2

Should you perform work without a work request and then work order?

How you handle work requests is a significant factor in the success of your computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). Should you perform work without a work request and then work order? For priority 0 (emergency) and priority 1 (urgent/critical) work, the work order can, and typically should, follow the maintenance response. But few situations are priority 1 and even fewer are priority 0.

What happens when this practice is followed for non-emergency and non-critical repairs

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