Work order priorities are commonly misused. In order have a fighting chance, compare your priority criteria to the following elements:
1. Simple and concise 2. Documents expected timeframe to completion 3. Considers all consequences:quality, cost, safety,throughput & environmental 4. Takes likelihood into account 5. Formerly documented 6. Clearly communicated 7. Talked about often (part of our common language)
If your criteria does not match up to the elements above, perhaps it is time to put some focus on your prioritization process.
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