It’s been our experience that the lowest standard you set is the highest standard you can expect. As such, your expectations (standards) should be fairly high, but achievable. It does little good to set expectations too low – too easy, or too high – assuring failure....
- Ron Moore
- RELIABILITY CONNECT
The question: When you are looking to hire a person, which factor is the most important – experience or certification – if you can only choose one or the other? Our panel answers and gives some valuable advice…
- Matthew Moore
- Moore Reliability Limited
There’s a debate within industry: If you have passed a test and become certified, should you also have been trained? One school of thought says that…
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute
The webinar will highlight examples of the main challenges and lessons learnt in each phase of the major EPC projects from design till operation. This will be in light of ISO 55000 definition for “Asset Man.
- Ahmed Kotb
Any real sense of reliability training returning the greatest possible value must be based upon the needs of the business and the future growth and technology, extending to every individual and department. Reliability training must not be conceived as something to improve the skills of the lowest technician but to improve the skills of every technician.
- Joey Cantrell
- Constellium Muscle Shoals
Machine learning is a tool that allows systems the ability to learn and improve automatically based upon experience. Machine learning does not need specific programming to carry out an activity. Machine learning is the development of computer programs that can access data, and through a series of algorithms use the data to learn for itself what action should be taken based on that data.
- Michael Howard, DSc