In addition, Jeff Shiver, CMRP, CPMM of People and Processes, Inc. has achieved the RCM2 Practitioner Certification from the Aladon Network.  The Network is a fraternity of experts with a profound understanding of what must be done to ensure that reliability practices are correctly understood and effectively executed and applied.

Jeff Shiver comments “The RCM2 Practitioner Certification program was put in place to ensure the quality of the RCM training and analyses taking place worldwide. There are four levels of certification, with stringent requirements on skills and experience levels to pass and sustain each level. I am honored to be a part of this esteemed group of practitioners.”

Prior to starting People and Processes, Inc., Jeff was a practitioner who has implemented cultural change and the Best Practices for Maintenance and Operations. Jeff has more than 25 years of manufacturing and facilities experience with companies such as Procter and Gamble (pulp and paper), IBM facilities (government and manufacturing), and Mars North America where Jeff spent the bulk of his career.

To learn more about People and Processes education and service offerings, please visit www.peopleandprocesses.com or send an email to info@peopleandprocesses.com

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