July 21, 2021 | Susan Napier-Sewell

Equipment Troubleshooting: Develop a Custom Table in Equifactor®


Equifactor® Equipment Troubleshooting module in the TapRooT® Software allows your troubleshooting
experts to customize tables to assist with their repair efforts.

However, you may not be aware that the TapRooT® VI Software also allows you to produce your own Equifactor® custom troubleshooting tables, giving your team access to your in-house experts’ troubleshooting knowledge. The custom tables are easy to use and easy to produce.

Custom Equipment Troubleshooting Tables in Equifactor®

To grow your knowledge about Equifactor® and the Equipment Troubleshooting tables, check out this great article by Ken Reed and view the videos listed below:

You will want to read the new Equifactor® book and then sign up for Equifactor® Training

In training, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot equipment, as well as incident investigation.

The TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis System also offers Equifactor® on-site training. Reach out via email, or call, 865.539.2139, to discuss what we can do for you.

Join the TapRooT® TV discussion on Wednesdays

Tune in Wednesdays at 12:00 pm on Facebook Live or YouTube. Find the TapRooT® podcast on iTunes and Stitcher and more.

Take action to improve your safety culture and eliminate human errors

Worldwide, TapRooT® has a team of investigators and instructors with years of extensive training. They’re ready to offer training and assistance via public and on-site courses.

We also offer ongoing support to our clients through free newsletters and root cause tip videos, the root cause analysis blog, and our annual Global TapRooT® Summit We’re here to find solutions for you.

TapRooT® is global to meet your needs

Please see our full selection of courses.
Want to discuss a course? Please reach out to discover what we can do for you, or call us at 865.539.2139.
Need an on-site course? Contact us or call: MAIN: 865.539.2139; SUPPORT: 865.357.0080.

Equipment Reliability / Equifactor®, Implementation, Root Cause Analysis
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