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high-maintenance

mod. [of a person] requiring much care and coddling. He’s sort of a high-maintenance guy. He requires lots of reassurance.
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TM 1-1500-204-23-1, General Aircraft Maintenance (General Maintenance and Practices) Volume 1.
The 2006 winner of the Phoenix Award for field level maintenance is the 3rd Materiel Readiness Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF).
The bottom line is that building maintenance is all about customer service.
The demanding environment amplifies the need to keep on top of regular maintenance.
One of the best maintenance organizations I have worked with used 20% of all maintenance hours on RCPE--including a process to shorten duration of critical jobs.
In an effort to view maintenance as a positive activity, try to see it as a profit center instead of a cost center.
That is why it is important to create and use a system for identifying and managing your "deferred maintenance backlog.
Although preventative maintenance makes sense to everyone, there are many different avenues that lead to the same destination.
Improper methods of operation and maintenance of skid-steer loaders are the leading cause of downtime," says Sanford N.
Two more pairs of planes got close enough to violate Federal Aviation Administration separation standards in the first 13 minutes after Tuesday's three-hour communication breakdown at a Palmdale control center, which FAA officials said resulted from a maintenance lapse.
Cost of staffing: Along with the staffing required to handle daily operations, the cost of staff devoted to maintenance needs to be considered
Preventive maintenance is a way of doing work--a continual process.
a written preventive maintenance program will be developed (jointly) and implemented with an appropriate preventive maintenance philosophy;
The UH-34 restoration provided an opportunity to showcase capabilities typically found in a Marine aviation logistics squadron, such as structural repair, corrosion treatment and tire/wheel maintenance, ground support equipment and dynamic component repair.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires X to adhere to a continuous maintenance program for each aircraft in its fleet.
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