Maintenance Recommendations, Part 3

Items such as special fixtures, test rigs, supplies, lights, manuals, lubricants, and tools — that aren’t likely to be in a tool pouch or on a maintenance cart — should be procured ahead of time.

You need to reduce the time that maintenance techs spend gathering things together for maintenance tasks. What kinds of things? Items such as special fixtures, test rigs, supplies, lights, manuals, lubricants, and tools — that aren’t likely to be in a tool pouch or on a maintenance cart — should be procured ahead of time.

For standard procedures, develop standard kits. Each kit includes items that maintenance techs normally have to hunt around for.

For exampl

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