2022 Maintenance and Reliability in Review
With 2023 in full swing, we studied the topics we heard the most from maintenance and reliability professionals in 2022. From Challenges to Successes and process standardization, and we're sharing them with you during this year in review.
- Andy Carl
- KCF Technologies
Why Partner with a Reliability and Maintenance Staffing Firm?
Changing skills, new pandemic requirements, and tight labor markets is just the beginning of the myriad of challenges HR departments are facing. Bringing new, younger, qualified talent into an organization can be challenging given the negative view of the manufacturing sector among this demographic. HR departments are employing several new tactics to attract new talent. Partnering with a staffing agency that specializes in maintenance and reliability skills is one that should not be overlooked.
- Thedrick Scott
- Allied Reliability
Using a CMMS for Preventive Maintenance Planning and Asset Management
One of the biggest advantages of using a CMMS is the ability to implement a preventive maintenance program. This allows you to schedule regular maintenance tasks based on usage, time, or other factors, helping to ensure that your assets are always in good working order…
- Josh Burkhardt
7 Essential Predictive Maintenance Indicators (KPIs) to Track
Maintenance KPIs are performance metrics that help you measure your overall maintenance process. These indicators evaluate factors critical to an organization's success. However, not all managers know the best indicators for this and may fail to monitor essential data to increase production potential.
- Silvio DosSantos
Predictive Maintenance Practices- Model for a Good Program– CONNECT Conversations
In this session we’ll be discussing this, along with various condition monitoring techniques, e.g., vibration, oil, IR, ultrasound, and perhaps others, and how and where to best apply them, and as importantly the systems and practices that need to be in place to optimize their performance, e.g., a direct link to the maintenance planning and scheduling process, and a proactive approach to eliminate the defects being detected.
- Ron Moore
- RELIABILITY CONNECT
Achieving a Proactive Maintenance Culture and Increasing Plant Reliability
In 2017, Worthington Industries embarked on a maintenance challenge. Their goal was to improve overall plant reliability and transform their maintenance and reliability division from a reactive culture to a proactive one. It was a visionary look toward the future for the global metals manufacturing company.
- Jaidev Krishnan
Winning Through Maintenance
This webinar will present the case of winning through maintenance and shifting the blame culture to a culture of maintenance becoming the center of excellence within the facility. What does it take to change the blame culture? How do we change the perception of the maintenance department with your facility? What are the winning elements for success? Learn key tips and tricks and more. Join us for the winning formula to transform your maintenance department and win!
- Joe Anderson
- Reliability X
Simple and Easy Steps for Implementing Predictive Maintenance in Machinery using High Frequency Vibration Data and Edge AI
Currently, the most commonly used standard for maintenance processes is Time-based Maintenance (TBM) that involves inspection, repair, and part replacement at regular intervals. In general, TBM is not optimal and cost effective. On the other hand, Condition-based Maintenance (CBM) involves the utilization of various types of sensor data collected from machines to perform repairs or other countermeasures before malfunctions or anomalies occur, hence reducing the unnecessary cost of maintenance.
- Vikas Kumar Singh
Strategies for Leading a Global Corporate COE on Reliability and Maintenance Improvement- CONNECT Conversations
Tim Goshert joins Doug Plucknette and Ron Moore to discuss strategies to lead a global corporate reliability and maintenance improvement effort.
- Doug Plucknette
- RELIABILITY CONNECT