It is not unusual during economic contraction for employers to cut their training programs for workers. These reductions are, at best, unwise and, at worst, dangerous. According to the “Maintenance Evangelist” Joel Leonard, a global advocate for maintenance training, “the postponing of maintenance training costs employers billions of dollars, both in accidents and machinery that […]

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