I have been asked to train plant personnel at several other facilities within my organization on maintenance best practices, especially preventive maintenance. These facilities are about 90% reactive and need to change their focus. My thoughts are to bring in a professional trainer who can instill in them the importance of making this change. Has anybody had any experience with training organizations that they could recommend? Also, if anyone would have any tips or pointers on how to change this culture, I would really like to hear them.
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