Five reasons why you should avoid reactive maintenance

Are you waiting for your equipment to fail before you repair it? Well, based on several studies and best practices – you shouldn't.  Operating with the old statement "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" is problematic as it tends to ignore the consequences of a potential failure. It can also be more costly for your business, especially when compared to a proactive approach to maintenance. Still not convinced? View five reasons that will change your thinking