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Excuses for not doing PMs

We've heard it all from "We can't do our Preventive Maintenance tasks because we are too busy" to "PMs are just fill-in work"  

There is NO valid excuse for not doing scheduled PM inspections.  Condition monitoring detects problems early.  This equals reduced repair costs and increased safety. Everyone can agree that reduced costs and increased safety is a good thing, right? 

5 Tips to get your PMs back on track (or start them)

  1. Define Preventive Maintenance for your organization (this takes input from maintenance, operations and engineering)
  2. Select the right maintenance method based on the consequence of failure 
  3. Build your on-the-run and shutdown inspection lists and decide who is going to do the tasks
  4. Select the right inspection frequency based on the FDP, if known or experience if not known
  5. Make sure PMs have the top priority in your maintenance strategy

Extra Tip: Get PM advice from your peers and industry partners! 

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