October 19, 2021 | Mark Paradies

Equipment “Tribal Knowledge” – Good and Bad

Old Guy

Who Knows How To Troubleshoot Old Equipment?

All companies have those people who have been around forever but may retire any day. They know how to troubleshoot the old pieces of equipment that nobody else knows how to fix. That’s GOOD and BAD.

It’s good to have them around but what will you do when they leave? When they leave it will be BAD.

So, what can you do? Read on for an idea.

Equifactor® Troubleshooting Tables

You need to start transferring their knowledge now. You need to designate one or two employees to learn what they know and transfer their troubleshooting skills into the Equifactor® Software.

How do you do this? You develop custom equipment troubleshooting tables in the Equifactor® Software. This is one of the things they teach in the 2-Day Equifactor® Equipment Troubleshooting & TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training.

You can also develop Process Troubleshooting Tables in Equifactor®.

Find Out More About Equifactor® Training: Register Today!

Learn to use the advanced Equifactor® Troubleshooting Tables and Software and how to develop custom tables in our public 2-Day Equifactor® Equipment Troubleshooting and TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training.

Our next public course is in Houston on November 3-4 and will be taught by Ken Reed. Register HERE.

Don’t wait. Seats in this course are limited.

Ken Reed at the Global TapRooT® Summit Halloween Party with an imposter.

VIRTUAL COURSE: Also, we have an upcoming 2-Day VIRTUAL Equifactor® Equipment Troubleshooting and TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training coming up on November 15-16. Ken Reed will be teaching this course too. Register HERE.

If you would like to have an Equifactor® Troubleshooting Course at your site, contact us by calling 865-539-2139 or by CLICKING HERE.

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