Monthly Archives: February 2013

10 Tips to Keep Your Fleet on the Road

Whether you’re managing a handful of cars and trucks or an entire fleet of diverse vehicles, the success or failure of your maintenance program (and therefore your budget) is dependent on the little details. If they aren’t already, these 10 … Continue reading

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Automating Maintenance Scheduling to Ensure USDA Compliance

Cleanliness is a clear and present factor in the minds of most managers who oversee facilities where food-prep or service is part of their operations. But maintenance often takes a back seat to cleaning, when really they should go hand … Continue reading

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How Preventative Maintenance Records Reduced One Company’s Liability

There has been a raft of bad accidents in the news lately related to systemic failures in maintenance. Property damage, injury and even death have resulted from negligence on the part of companies that should have known better. Here are … Continue reading

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Improving Scheduled Maintenance to Ensure Mining Safety

Mining safety should always be at the forefront of everyone’s mind, from the operators all the way back to the office staff. From 2000 to 2008, there were 14 fatalities in coal mines related to poor maintenance of mining equipment. … Continue reading

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