by Dr. David H. Worledge, Asset Performance Technologies, Inc.
We all learned invaluable lessons from Reliability Centered Maintenance about how to develop maintenance strategies, but that was almost 40 years ago – in a different century! This webcast is about what “Precision Maintenance” means for strategy development today, well into the 21st century.
1) Maintenance Strategy methodology, maintenance information, database technology, and failure rate modeling have all advanced tremendously in the past 40 years. They will improve your PM better, faster, and cheaper than anything else.
2) To get PM solutions that fit your business environment you need a cost-benefit approach with optimization and prioritization tools that are easy to use and update.
3) True wisdom goes beyond industry knowledge and advanced tools – you have to infuse them with your own experience and still get done on time and in budget!
Solutions 2.0 Conference- 2015
By Derek Burley
Blue Sky Reliability Consulting
This presentation is a part of The Uptime Elements Forum, focused on reliability centered maintenance. The objectives of this session are to help your organization focus RCM efforts on clear, measurable, desired outcomes and establish key criteria for success. Also to increase the credibility and effectiveness of your RCM approach.
The answers for effective maintenance reliability have been around for 40+ years but the majority of improvement initiatives fail to deliver business results. It is clear that there is something else going on around maintenance reliability that goes beyond the technical answers.
Join Terrence O'Hanlon, Reliability Magazine and Uptime Magazine CEO and Publisher for a look at the Uptime Elements Framework and how successful programs like the one at Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC); a very important Air Force installation with a critical mission, created a high reliability organization.
Watch this presentation by the 2013 Uptime Award Winners for the Best Emerging Maintenance Reliability Program.
Using the Uptime Elements Framework, Cincinnati Metropolitan Sewer District has demonstrated great reliability leadership in adverse conditions and has achieved superior reliability results for their stakeholders.