Managing and Using Hardware Documentation

'Documentation' refers to both the operator manuals and the technical documentation that should be provided by the supplier / vendor.

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  • If equipment is operated incorrectly mistakes and damage may result.

  • Ensure you receive all operational and technical manuals for each piece of equipment.
  • Store the documentation accessibly but safely.
  • Systems users must be trained according to the supplier's manuals.

  • A failure to follow the recommended schedule of maintenance runs the risk of system malfunction, which could possibly jeopardise your business operation.

  • Ensure all regular maintenance is carried out and monitored.
  • Adopt procedures which ensure that your operators complete all maintenance for which they are responsible according to the manufacturer's recommendation.

  • Failure to operate equipment in accordance with the instructions can invalidate the warranty.

  • Ensure you receive all operational and technical manuals for each piece of equipment.
  • Ensure that such manuals are readily available and form the basis of all training.

  • Failure to complete and return the manufacturer's warranty card may invalidate the warranty and hence limit the manufacturer's liability.

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