Typically many times vendors will do that for you for free. Ask them to come in and set it up and do that. As part of that, they can also help you with your storage and handling and your contamination control. How do you actually store your lubricants? How do you make sure that you've got them where you're using the humidifiers or desk ends, as an example?
Another quick win is filtration and color coding. How do you make sure that you're not putting the wrong greases in the wrong places? One way, especially for people like operators or people like that doing the actual lubrication themselves, is to color code your grease guns. Or maybe you color code, put tags on your gearboxes and stuff like that, and you do the same thing with your storage containers.
This is just a very quick summary but think about how you can improve your lubrication practices, which is one of the quickest ways to improve your overall equipment reliability. Hope you enjoyed the tip. I'm Jeff Shiver, managing principal of People and Processes. Have a great day.