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  1. Hi @Andrej, That is correct. We started this discussion in January on the "MTBF: How have you been using the Mean Time Between Failures metric?". The idea of creating this topic came exactly from that discussion. In regards to these standards, I like them not only due to the fact that it makes benchmarking easier, but also it also helps avoiding KPIs that will mislead the team members when making decisions, as it is less likely that they have been wrongfully input. Unfortunately, it is quite common finding indicators that had their data selected so the results would "look be
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  2. Hi @Raul Martins there were some discussions on KPIs already in one of the Preventive Maintenance discussions in January and this is indeed a very important topic. KPIs cover broad aspects of maintenance management and they can be categorized as: · economic, · technical and · organisational. This is also the approach of the international standard EN 15341 Maintenance - Maintenance Key Performance Indicators, which I refer to very often. It proposes a huge number of KPIs, so it is absolutely necessary to selective and specific for the purpose.
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