Aligning Safety and Reliability- CONNECT Conversations

Ron Moore | Contributing Host, RELIABILITY CONNECT

A reliable plant is a safe plant, and is a cost effective plant.  And incidentally, is an environmentally friendly plant.

In this session, we will discuss, using data from actual operations, how a more reliable plant results in:

  • Higher production capacity as demonstrated by higher OEE, and fewer injuries
  • More PM and PdM work, and fewer injuries
  • Less reactive maintenance, and fewer injuries
  • Better planning and scheduling, and fewer injuries
  • Lower costs, and fewer injuries

All executives tout safety as a top priority, but seem less enthused when discussing reliability (they often think of it as just maintenance).  If executives truly believe in having a safe operation, they must believe and support reliability principles and practices.

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About the Author

Ron Moore Contributing Host, RELIABILITY CONNECT
  • Author of 1) Making Common Sense Common Practice; 2) What Tool? When? A Management Guide; 3) Where Do We Start Our Improvement Program?; 4) Business Fables & Foibles; 5) A Common Sense Approach to Defect Elimination; 6) Our Transplant Journey; and 70+ papers
  • Authority on strategies and practices for operational excellence
  • Clients in North & South America, Australia, Europe, Asia, Africa,
  • Managing Partner of The RM Group, Inc. for 27 years
  • Prior to consulting – President of Computational Systems, Inc. (CSI)