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More Preventive Maintenance in Less Time, Part 9

Does anyone look at the repair documentation to spot training deficiencies?

Do you provide training based on what your repair logs indicate is needed? Any good maintenance operation documents the repair work. But does anyone look at the repair documentation to spot training deficiencies? Is there anything in the system that highlights frequent failure modes or competence-related failures?

For example, five motors fail in one year. Four of them have grease in the windings. This problem will continue until you have enough qualified people to lubricate motors

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