And so, another thing with this whole thing is course developing, a walkthrough inspection checklist. Now, this is from the perspective facility maintenance, mainly because that's one of the common things that we cater our training to. And so, on a lot of facility maintenance is that one of the common tasks aside is, of course, you know a daily checklist, rounds or whatever it is you want...what you want the technician look for at the beginning of every one of their days or once a week, whatever it is that you have is your program.

And so, and with this comes your checklist so once again to minimize the day to day hazards. A lot of times this is a simple as walking through the various parts of your plant, allowing your technician to use all of their senses, you know, rather than just seeing some and be able to hear it and be able to smell it because any one of us who are technicians, I mean especially like you...or one of the examples I like a use, where you're sitting in your car, if you ever been driving on the road and you hear something in your car. Or you might think is the car, shut the radio off and you kill the HVAC system on your car and like listen, because you're just listening for that something that might be just off, and many technicians that's how they do things. They could they can hear that stuff.

And so we referenced the NFPA 70B, but one thing I want to point out is that the NF 70 B is one of many maintenance guidelines. And so, what I mean by this is NFPA 70B is general maintenance. But if you want to refer to like specific maintenance, like one of the things we're talking about is how to maintain fire protection systems, that's NFPA surge13 and 25. So that's for installation for the baseline of 25, how to do maintenance. And then, of course, there's...if you work data center, that's it, FDA, 75 and 76. There's NFP 110 for generators, etc., and so on. And so that's my point, the NFLPA 70 B is general but there, don't forget the other specific ones that are pertinent to whatever it is you're doing maintenance on

And so, this list is not complete nor either necessarily appear to be in the order of importance, and that's the thing to keep in mind. It doesn't have to be, it's the make sure that that you check everything that needs to be checked. A lot of times the way that I've built programs in the past especially when it comes to checklist, it's more a lot of based on the on a physical route that the technician will take, you know, starting at the office and what route you have to take to the various hallways and the doors you got to go outside and stuff, that is the idea here.

And so the list is designed to give a general overall view a starting place, and I and an area to be able identify if corrective maintenance is necessary before it becomes an emergency. And, of course, this should be used to develop your own plan-specific checklist, whatever that may be. This is... I think these checklists refer to NXB of NFPA 70B. And so it's like I said, it's intentionally designed to be general.


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