Making Repairs Faster, Part 2

If you want to reduce downtime, implement best practices strategies when planning repairs.

You can dramatically reduce downtime by implementing "best practices" strategies for planning repairs. Let's look at some that you may be able to put to use.

Training is an obvious one, but are you doing it in a way that actually reduces downtime? Some companies try to save money by sending someone from management to go take the training and "bring it back." This practice is called "train the trainer," but a more apt name is "waste the trai

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