Welcome to VETERANS CONNECTED maintenance and reliability expert and military Veteran Eric Bevevino interviews military Veteran Kenneth Hurst. Kenneth is a retired US Army Colonel with a proven record of developing highly talented teams, building operations from the ground up, and much more. Tune in as they exchange their experiences and discuss the transition from the military to industry, and the paths and resources that led them to where they are today…
- Eric Bevevino
- Veterans Connected
Strategies for Leading a Global Corporate COE on Reliability and Maintenance Improvement- CONNECT Conversations
Tim Goshert joins Doug Plucknette and Ron Moore to discuss strategies to lead a global corporate reliability and maintenance improvement effort.
- Doug Plucknette
- RELIABILITY CONNECT
As your senior employees retire, you may be worried that their skills will be lost at your plant – you might have already noticed this happening. Dr. Karl Hoffower explains how to conduct a skills gap assessment and use the results to alleviate this problem…
- Karl Hoffower
- Failure Prevention Associates
Once you figure out your "Top" priorities you want to accomplish, those need to be broken down into smaller steps to make them easier to tackle. Paul Dufresne will explain how this can be done.
- Paul Dufresne
- Reliability Playbook
This study provides brief details of an early warning system of an impending failure for an overhead conveyor in an automotive manufacturing plant in the US.
- Tumay Karaver
- Artesis Technology Systems
Once we’ve selected the assets and the appropriate technology, it’s time to look at hardware installation, since we know our analysis is only as good as our data. There are many sensors in the market today and they all promote ease of installation, but a proper installation will determine whether you get actionable results…
- Dries Van Loon
Many organizations suffer higher costs and lower productivity than is possible. They react to equipment health problems. They don’t have good plans on how to best care for equipment. Without a good plan, or if unable to execute the plan, it is nearly impossible to get ahead of the maintenance cycle of doom, or to keep from falling back into it.
- Tom Moriarty
- Alidade MER, Inc.