Disadvantages of breakdown maintenance, Business Management

a. It results in dislocation of production process and causes excessive delays or reduction in output.

b. Wages are to be paid for idle time resulting in loss of profits.

c. Failure of machines may cause accidents leading to losses and troubles.

d. There may be more material wastage.

Breakdown maintenance practice cannot be employed for those equipment items which are regulated by statuary provisions like cranes lifts hoists etc.

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