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D.o.m. Missing?

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Anybody else notice how many operators are looking for Directors of Maintnenance?

It's funny how up to 10 or 15 years ago, a chief Engineer's position was something a lot of engineers aspired to, but now it seems they can't give those jobs away! I wonder if the ridiculous amount of red tape and responsibility has anything to do with it??

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No lines crossed here .. yet.


No names and no companies mention.... appears to be just a general dicussion.


Actually thought that things have improved drastically over the last few weeks :up:

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Widgeon, there's actually a difference between a P.R.M. and a D.O.M.

If a company has its own AMO, then the P.R.M. is usually also the D.O.M.

For a small operator that hires a contract AMO for its maintenance, they can't have a D.O.M. but they must still have a P.R.M. to assure the contract AMO fullfills its contractual obligations.

Confused yet?? :D:D

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Cyclic Monkey, your interpretation of D.O.M. (taken as harmless humor of course) isn't technically that far off the mark if you go far enough in the history of some operators. I could probably name a few guys that, although are no longer among us, would pretty much fit that description to a T!! :D:D:D

No offence to any drunk old men out there by the way!!! :rolleyes:

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