The Performance Centered Asset Management concept is designed to optimize the inherent value of the assets in terms of Safety, Environment and Business.
- Pascal Clement
Improving asset management in any organization not only requires effective leadership and a strategy, but also engagement from end users and other people involved with the program(s). In general, technology offers solutions to stay competitive and discover new business opportunities.
- Graham Heiner
The need to align manufacturing maintenance processes between production and maintenance has been a long-standing challenge for manufacturers. Production and maintenance are focused on different yet overlapping areas of operations.
- Greg McCollum
Todays podcast is a little different to our usual talking points however we feel everyone listening to this can relate if you are in reliability. We feel that in the reliability community a lot of my connections and listeners care for the culture and practice.
- Will Bower
- Maintain CM Ltd
Brendon Ross describes how PMO fits into asset strategy…
- Brendon Russ
- U.S. Sugar
The world is currently experiencing substantial “supply chain” problems, resulting in delays around the world in the production and delivery of goods to customers. In this session we’ll be introducing basic supply chain principles, using two models
- Ron Moore
- RELIABILITY CONNECT
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.
As artificial intelligence permeates more-and-more into manufacturing plants, the “multi-disciplinarian” will emerge as the new, “got to have”
- Dominic Gallello
- Symphony Industrial AI
Balancing today’s lengthy lead times/supply chain issues with the need to keep critical operations running smoothly, petrochemical and refining plants are hedging their bets by proactively ordering new or replacement equipment (e.g., pumps and motors) a year or more in advance of the anticipated install date.
- Keith Macaluso
- T.F. Hudgins, an Allied Reliability brand