Results-driven senior reliability, operation and product management professional with 35+ years of successfully executing best-in-class delivery and product strategies to achieve business objectives. Experience in management, product development, deployment strategies, optimizing workflow to reduce inefficiencies and cost. Accomplished in pricing models, software development, website operations, product management, project management, and collaborating effectively with clients.
- John Pucillo
- True Reliability
Allied Reliability discusses the business challenge, solution, and business impact of the US Chemical Company's reliability journey.
RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE AUDITS: Why Regular Auditing Better Ensures a Positive Return on Investment
As advancements in technologies continue to change the face of the industry and its processes, the challenges faced by manufacturing companies in their pursuit of reliability remain the same...
- Stephen Allen Bailey
- IVC Technologies
Failure-based Maintenance (FBM) is unscheduled maintenance or repair to return the asset to a defined state. There are no interventions until a failure has occurred. This includes the Reactive Maintenance and the Run to Failure (RTF) Maintenance. Many are not differentiating between the above-mentioned types of Maintenance and use the two terms as alternatives.
- Ahmed Kotb
The Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) is preparing to welcome attendees for its 29th Annual Conference. Hear from SMRP Executive Director Erin Erickson about what's in store for attendees at this year's event.
Industry 4.0 is what organizations are all striving for, but it’s not something that can be fixed overnight. To achieve sustainable results, a long-term mindset is needed. It is therefore essential to choose a strategic approach taken in stages. And, of course, the right partner to help you guide all facets of your organization through this major transition.
- Tom Rombouts
- I-care Group
If you are planning an EAM migration, then this is the perfect time to correct your failure codes. If your failure codes are not set up correctly this can impact your company’s maintenance and operations. The ideal time to correct your failure codes is before you load your master data into your new EAM system. By verifying your failure codes are set up correctly prior to your EAM migration, you will have ensured that the new EAM you are implementing is set up to support good maintenance practices.
- Rhiana Safieh
- HubHead Corp
The Deepwater Horizon Oil Rig Disaster and the Texas City Refinery Explosion had many things in common. Both companies had been recently recognized for high safety standards, but reliability failures caused environmental and safety disasters…
- Alan Ross
- Electric Power Reliability Alliance EPRA
You may be already walking on the path to an Industry 4.0 transition. The road to follow will not always be easy. You might have to overcome more than one occasion in which you can’t see the forest for the trees. I-care is here to help you overcome the challenges you face, so your digital transformation will be as smooth as possible.
- Pieter Van Camp