anyone here familar with ISO guidelines? some of our people in management
are telling us that they need to keep electrical drawings and equiptment
information on file and imply they have to only have one copy. They don't
seem to want
to give the Maintenance personel the ability to troubleshoot equiptment and
problems without consulting engineering. They saying that there shouldn't be
copy's placed in different plant locations for different pieces of
equiptment. Is this bad business practice and B.S. on there part or does
ISO guidelines dictate this?
I might add that our plant is a 24hr/7 day a week process and engineers are
regularly called in at all hours for simple problems that. Our Instrument
Technicans and Electricans are qualified to do , if they are
provided the correct manuals, and drawings.
17 years ago