Constant monitoring of the autonomous maintenance program is needed or it will deteriorate just as the machines will without the program. Autonomous maintenance has become self sufficient at this point and external forces are no longer required to drive this project. The small groups are self-managing and resolve any upcoming issues.
Operators conduct autonomous maintenance supervision and follow standards set by themselves on the orderly shop floor. Operators consistently maintain basic maintenance and condition of equipment by replacing worn or deteriorated parts. On the other hand, maintenance personnel provide planned maintenance by applying preventive and predictive maintenance to critical machinery.
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