Anthony “Mac” Smith, is an internationally recognized expert in the application of classical RCM. His engineering career spans over 60 years, including 24 years with GE. For the past 40 years, Mac has concentrated on providing RCM consulting and education services to more than 75 clients in the Fortune 500. He is the author or co-author of two of the industry’s best referenced books on RCM.
Eric Stevens, CRL, CMRP, has been a member of the Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati maintenance and reliability team since 2009, where he participated in the first Classical RCM study. Eric has been a driving force in the program leading the RCM portion. Since 2015, he has been the supervisor over the reliability group and the asset condition monitoring team.
Jack Nicholas Jr.
Jack R.Nicholas, P.E., CMRP, CRL, CAPT USNR (Ret.), became an internationally experienced and recognized author, workshop leader, advisor and consultant on reliability and maintenance, asset management and related subjects since retiring after 35 years from U.S. government service in 1988. He holds a certificate in Asset Management from the Institute of Asset Management in the United Kingdom.