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Should Maintenance managers have instrumentation and controls training too?

04/28/2012 9:40 AM

In writing a blog post titled "7 Mistakes you don't want to hear your PLC Tech say.", I thought, what else should maintenance managers seek more training on so they can better manage their assets (people and equipment)? Not management training, that is a given, I am referring to technical training their employees typically receive. I am curious to get get the groups opinions. What expertise do you have that you wish your maintenance or engineering manager knew more about?

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