TRC-2018 Learning Zone 41:10
by John Reeve, EDI

This presentation will create a horizontal line of sight. By doing this, we will establish a sequence of events that will help your organization develop an asset management system. Using 3 decades of field experiences, the facilitator will also tie in advanced processes as related to the elements chart. Specific topics to be discussed:

  1. What foundational elements should be addressed first?
  2. What chronological order makes the best sense regarding the five main verticals?
  3. How do I inform leadership as to the significance of optimized asset management?
  4. What is CRL accreditation and why is this of value?
  5. And lastly, what would a master schedule look like for pursuing a roadmap to excellence?

Upcoming Events

August 9 - August 11 2022

MaximoWorld 2022

View all Events
banner
80% of Reliabilityweb.com newsletter subscribers report finding something used to improve their jobs on a regular basis.
Subscribers get exclusive content. Just released...MRO Best Practices Special Report - a $399 value!
DOWNLOAD NOW
Reliability Culture Implementation

Reliability Culture Implementation

This presentation introduces and outlines the implementation of Reliability Culture Implementation (RCI) at the Doe Run Company in Viburnum, Missouri.

Maximo Application Suite for Cloud Service Providers: What’s All the Excitement About?

Maximo Application Suite for Cloud Service Providers: What’s All the Excitement About?

As an IBM Business Partner and authorized Maximo Cloud Service Provider (CSP), the new Maximo Application Suite (MAS) is exciting and welcomed news.

RLI Technology Showcase June 29th 11:00 AM ET

RLI Technology Showcase June 29th 11:00 AM ET

You are invited to join a webinar: Reliability Strategy Development (Reliability Engineering for Maintenance) APM Software Vendors Technology Showcase.

Reliability and Maintenance: Better Together or Better Off Apart?

Reliability and Maintenance: Better Together or Better Off Apart?

There’s no question that reliability and maintenance are separate functions. The question is whether organizations are separating them too much.