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    • #11034
      John WilsonJohn Wilson

      Does anyone have any experience with property owners using log books like these for their record keeping?

      If yes, what’s your opinion?

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      Kevin MeijerinkKevin Meijerink


      its a log.  From time in industry in working on equipment, not my preference, however, generally meets requirements


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      Mathew WilliamsonMathew Williamson

      Yes, generally a good means to evaluate – confirm the building owner is doing their testing and inspections.


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