Maintenance Language Everyone Can Understand

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Developing a common language at your plant for reliability and maintenance is important for eliminating confusion and misinterpretation. 
The maintenance world has so many acronyms it can be confusing for the maintenance team, imagine if you are a new operator!  Join Michael Lippig for this video of common definitions that are important for building a common maintenance language at your plant.

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