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Posted on 01/04/2020
Why is it that the most tedious jobs are often so crucial?
In this case, I’m talking about maintenance records for machinery. I know… your eyes are getting sleepy already, but stay with me because there’s a payoff.
If you want to hire or sell machinery, maintenance records are essential.
If you’re still using a manual log book, it might be time to change to electronic. An engineer or project manager will often ask you to send any maintenance records electronically.
Here’s what you should include in your maintenance records:
So, what’s the payoff?
Well, you’ll look more professional and more appealing to customers who are buying or hiring. You’ve also got more chance of pursuing any warranty claims, and if the machinery has any issues, it’ll be easier to trace the possible cause.
How do you keep records in your business, manual or electronic?
Painful Maintenance Records – Are They Really Necessary?!
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