Link the "PAST:"PRESENT" and FUTURE for improved Maintenance Productivity and Equipment Reliability.

1) Reflect the Past

2) Observe the Present "In Real Time"

3) Take actions immediately

4) Protect from the Real Root Causes of Equipment Down-Time and Loss of Maintenance Productivity.

Team Work and Collaboration are KEY to Success.

Management Credibility is a MUST!!!

Think of Driving your Car:

Looking in the Rear View Mirror Only. [What is going to happen]

Look through the windshield only. [What are you missing]

You can make your own scenarios of the events that can and could take place.

We must look every where we can in order to be successful.

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