Veterans CONNECTED  

Episode 2: Scott Morris

Eric Bevevino | Contributing Host, Veterans Connected

Welcome to Episode 2 of The VETERANS CONNECTED! On today’s episode…

Welcome to VETERANS CONNECTED maintenance and reliability expert and military Veteran Eric Bevevino interviews military Veteran Scott Morris. Scott is a Principal Engineer in the Biologics Platform Global Engineering unit at Sanofi. He is the global process owner for asset management, work management and MRO inventory management. 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…

More about Scott..

Additional responsibilities include system owner of corporate Enterprise Asset Management system. He is a subject matter expert on the ISO 55000 asset management standard, and regularly presents at asset management conferences and courses. He is certified in Prosci® Change Management, a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional, and is a Certified Plant Maintenance Manager.

Mr. Morris was the Country Vice President of the Institute of Asset Management for the US Chapter. He is the former Vice Chairman of the US delegation for the development of the ISO 55000 series documents on Asset Management. Mr. Morris led multi-national and multi-disciplined in the development of content for several sections of the ISO 55001 and 55002 standards. Mr. Morris was the Chairman for the recently published ISO/CASCO Technical Standard 17021-5. This standard sets the asset management knowledge requirements for third party certifying bodies.

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Eric Bevevino Contributing Host, Veterans Connected

Eric Bevevino has spent his entire 27 year career in the business of heavy duty maintenance and reliability.  Born and raised in northwestern Pennsylvania, Eric is a graduate of Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering.  Honoring his ROTC scholarship commitment to the US Navy, Eric spent four years on active duty as a Navy Surface Warfare Officer with a Diving and Salvage specialty.  Following his stint on active duty, Eric entered the private sector by taking a position with Castrol Industrial.  This five years with Castrol was followed by eight years with Chevron Lubricants.  Looking to gain more perspective while using his solid foundation in maintenance from the Navy, Eric left Chevron to join a small reliability consulting firm in Connecticut.  Over the next five years he focused on preventive maintenance, predictive maintenance, reliability centered maintenance and best practices in asset management.  This ultimately led him to his current position at Valvoline as the Senior Director of Channel Partner & Heavy Duty Sales, officed out of Valvoline World Headquarters in Lexington, KY.   In the 31 years after graduating from college, Eric has set foot in almost every type of commercial and industrial operation in over 10 countries around the world.  Eric is a married father of two, a retired Navy Reserve Commander, a Certified Lubrication Specialist, a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional, and a Certified Reliability Leader.