Effective condition report forms balance the need for data with the ease of problem reporting. Enough data must be collected to enable problem investigation, prioritization, and resolution. Concurrently, the administrative burden of completing a condition report must be minimized to facilitate issue reporting.
Information needs vary based on the type of issue being reported and the associated regulatory requirements. In order to ensure the appropriate information is gathered while also minimizing the administrative burden, situation specific condition reports should be used.
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