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Maintenance PM inspection vs Operator PM inspection

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If the technician does not have some type of tool in their hand that allows them to quantitatively measure the condition of the defect, then it should be seriously considered to be given to an …

If the technician does not have some type of tool in their hand that allows them to quantitatively measure the condition of the defect, then it should be seriously considered to be given to an operator as a visual inspection.

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  • I love the idea that Andy has, but getting my 'old school' mechanics to let go is another story. If the mechanic/technician isn't backing up their findings with real data, then an operator can make the same guess.
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  • I like what Andy had to say about when a maintenance technician or operator should perform a PM Inspection. What are your thoughts?
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  • 1. Copyright 2013 GPAllied©Maintenance Inspectionvs.Operator InspectionIf the technician does not have some type of tool intheir hand that allows them to quantitatively measurethe condition of the defect, then it should be seriouslyconsidered to be given to an operator as a visualinspection.- Andy Page CMRP

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