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Why I Choose Defect Elimination

Tim Rice | Principal Consultant - Defect Elimination, The Defect Elimination Project
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Summary

It can be very versatile – one day you’re solving and issue with a machine and the next day you are increasing the quality of your widgets. I choose defect elimination because:

1. You learn a lot about your role, other peoples role, equipment in you plant, the process used to make your widgets, how your business operates

2. You break down barriers and bring people together

3. You create value, both monetary and emotional value

About the Presenter

Tim has spent approximately the last 15 years working in the in the reliability realm, with a majority of that time in mining and mineral processing industry. Tim holds a Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering, and a Graduate Diploma in Maintenance Management. His interests are in driving a whole of life Asset Management process, and how a reliability mentality can deliver positive gains for any organization. Tim’s latest venture has been starting “The Defect Elimination Project”, where he aims to educate and spread more awareness around Defect Elimination and the benefits a Defect Elimination program can bring an organization, whether they think they need one or not. Away from work, Tim enjoys being outside, whether it’s surfing the waves of his native Australia, or shredding the snowy mountains across the globe.

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Tim Rice Principal Consultant - Defect Elimination, The Defect Elimination Project

Tim has spent approximately the last 15 years working in the in the reliability realm, with a majority of that time in mining and mineral processing industry. Tim holds a Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering, and a Graduate Diploma in Maintenance Management. His interests are in driving a whole of life Asset Management process, and how a reliability mentality can deliver positive gains for any organization. Tim’s latest venture has been starting “The Defect Elimination Project”, where he aims to educate and spread more awareness around Defect Elimination and the benefits a Defect Elimination program can bring an organization, whether they think they need one or not. Away from work, Tim enjoys being outside, whether it’s surfing the waves of his native Australia, or shredding the snowy mountains across the globe.

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