PMO2000® is a PM Optimization program designed to rationalize existing maintenance programs and develop a plan to eliminate or greatly reduce functional failures. OneSteel, Australia's largest manufacturer and distributor of structural, rail, rod, merchant bar, reinforcing, wire, tube and pipeline steel products implemented the PMO2000® process as part of their corporate maintenance strategy and it has achieved outstanding results. In this webinar, Mr. Mark Brunner, Reliability and Systems Superintendent with OneSteel will share his experiences, challenges and results achieved with the PMO2000® approach.

1) PMO2000® approach produces the same results as traditional RCM in one sixth the time with one sixth the resources.
2) Keys to success in implementing the PMO2000® process.
3) Achievable results with the PMO2000® process.

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