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82 – Design for Reliability with Fred Schenkelberg

There are times when companies look for bringing in a new piece of equipment or implement a system that makes their work easier. They install it properly and put a lot of effort into making that equipment work with the other systems in place but the results still don t meet their expectations. So, what else can they do to make the outcome desirable? That is what should be taken into account in the design phase because if you have the design exactly right, it is easier to fix things when failures occur.

And when the companies design for the […]

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81 Making FMEAs Work with Fred Schenkelberg


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80 – The Importance of Communications with Dan Anderson

80 – The Importance of Communications with Dan Anderson

When it comes to improving your reliability and maintenance programs, communication is the key to successful implementation of any sustainable business initiative. The new business processes are always complicated to understand and when you don t make clear job plans for them, it becomes very difficult to get everyone on the same page. There are a lot of problems arise because the plan was either not clearly communicated to the team or scheduling technique wasn t known to everyone. All of these aspects lead to failures because people aren t aware of […]

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79 How to Get the Most Out of Your PM Program with Ricky Smith

79 How to Get the Most Out of Your PM Program with Ricky Smith

There are a lot of companies that have their own Preventive Maintenance programs now and only a few of those are good at it. Even though they perform regular preventive maintenance but they never get the desired results. The equipment still fails frequently and they are annoyed by the fact that what they do never works. It is mostly because they do the same routine compliance over and over again without ever trying anything new or at the very least learn about new practices. This is where […]

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78 Competency Development with Tara Holwagner

78 Competency Development with Tara Holwagner

Change Management is one of the most critical processes that companies go through and the management wants skilled workers to see company s goals and objectives fulfilled in this case, desperately. Their standards are sometimes so high that even mediocre employees are sometimes let go. This is where competency comes in action. The management wants highly skilled employees and it is the responsibility of HR to recruit such multi-skilled workers who can perform under various and tough circumstances. That s why companies today, have a different set of listed skills that they want their employees […]

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77 Building a Business Case for Maintenance w Susan Lubell

77 Building a Business Case for Maintenance w Susan Lubell

While a host of factors influence profitability, maximizing your plant s production output potential is arguably one of the facility s greatest opportunities. An Asset Management, Reliability and Maintenance Strategic Plan can guide continuous improvement that s aligned with bottom-line performance expectations for managing assets and people. This webcast will provide a framework approach for establishing your strategic asset management & reliability plan and the associated business case. Participants will gain a fundamental understanding of how to establish a baseline: “know where you are,” define where you re going, who needs […]

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76 Understanding Root Cause Analysis with Kevin Stewart

Understanding Root Cause Analysis with Kevin Stewart

It happens all the time that when certain companies can t solve a problem, they just move on and overlook it. Sometimes, they successfully solve the problem but it keeps reappearing because they don t have a proper process for solving that problem. That causes a lot of downtime and costs a lot in the long run. They spare all these resources for solving the problem quickly without even looking for the origin of the problem the root cause that they don t even write the solutions applied in an understandable and applicable way […]

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75 Advanced Scheduling John Reeve

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74 Understanding Ultrasound with Allan Rienstra

Understanding Ultrasound with Allan Rienstra Part 2

When it comes to condition-based monitoring, no matter how hard you try, you can never have 100% failure protection. At some point and on some level even at the smallest levels something is going to go wrong and your assets are going to fail. The best choice is to always plan for those sudden failures to minimize their damage in the end. The only way to ensure that is to have a very good detection strategy in place. Ultrasound helps greatly in achieving this milestone by helping you monitor the health of your entire […]

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73 Understanding Ultrasound with Allan Rienstra

Understanding Ultrasound with Allan Rienstra Part 1

When it comes to condition-based monitoring, no matter how hard you try, you can never have 100% failure protection. At some point and on some level even at the smallest levels something is going to go wrong and your assets are going to fail. The best choice is to always plan for those sudden failures to minimize their damage in the end. The only way to ensure that is to have a very good detection strategy in place. Ultrasound helps greatly in achieving this milestone by helping you monitor the health of your entire […]

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