It takes a proactive maintenance technician to not only get the work done, but keep your facility running smoothly.
You may have recently heard about the horrible crash by an Amtrak train that killed two construction workers and injured passengers. Its still under investigation as to why the workers were on a particular train track that had an active train.
With winter upon us, you may have already started on your winter maintenance, but whether you have or have not yet, here are a few tips for your winter maintenance that will make things easier around the facility.
There are a lot of things you can do to make your workplace more streamlined and easier to manage. Here are a few tips on what you can do and how using the proper software can help.
There was a recent article about "low maintenance" people and how they're not lazy, which is true. Low maintenance people are simply more casual about how they get things done.
According to the executive director of the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS), there is a lack of skilled maintenance workers that can handle the complicated machines of the future.
Spring Break is in full swing in many parts of the country right now and those who work in areas where it is a Spring Break destination know that sometimes it is too crowded or busy to get your work done. For instance, Panama City Beach Spring Break means record crowds.