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The RELIABILITY Conference - Uptime Elements Forum - 39:58
by Jeff Shiver- Managing Principal, People and Processes, Inc.

As we automate more and more, the standard of maintenance is dependent on our effective execution of the necessary work to ensure that your assets continue to do what the user expects. Recognize that effective work execution is not a cafeteria plan. Each element is interconnected and foundational to ensure reliability. Weak elements and missing links can not only jeopardize the journey to reliability but more importantly, kill or injure people. Join Jeff Shiver, CMRP, CRL as he demonstrates the six key elements necessary for work execution. In addition to identifying the elements and their links, Jeff will explain the consequences and benefits of ensuring this holistic work execution foundation for the journey for reliability.

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