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Medición del Desempeño de la Gestión de Mantenimiento y Confiabilidad en el BoK de la SMRP
Presenter: Victor Manriquez
February 26, 2019
En este webinar trataré las recomendaciones del Bok en Mantenimiento & Confiabilidad de la SMRP para la medición del desempeño:
- Importancia de la medición del desempeño
- Qué medir y como medirlo
- Indicadores principales e históricos (Leading and lagging)
- Indicadores estandarizados por pilar del BoK
- Otros sistemas de indicadores
- Indicadores Globales de Mantenimiento y Confiabilidad.
- Benchmarking de indicadore
Root Cause Analysis: Driving Bottom Line Improvement by Preventing One Failure at a Time
Presenter: Susan Lubell
March 13, 2019
Many maintenance and reliability staff are so busy fixing problems that they never get the chance to prevent them. In a reactive work environment, there is simply no time to spare. Root cause analysis (RCA) gives us an easy-to-implement approach to preventing failures that integrate with our current troubleshooting efforts and drives bottom-line business improvement. We can make our workplaces safer by reducing the number of unexpected failures, which will then result in improving our business performance, increasing our facility’s throughput and reducing the money spent on repairs – straight to the bottom line.
NFPA70E 2018 Update - Implications for CBM Data Collection
Presenter: Rudy Wodrich
March 25, 2019
Significant changes were made to the NFPA70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace document in the edition published in early 2018. This presentation breaks down the changes with the intent to provide a practical guide for how Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) inspection data collection is impacted.
CMMS Data Quality Improvement Best Practices Work Process
Presenter: Manjish Naik, Kittipong Saetia
March 26, 2019
Data quality is a highly crippling yet very common issue at most process industries. We will discuss some common data quality issues, ways to resolve them, and a work process of best practices that should be implemented to improve data quality.
Key Programs to Achieve Reliability Excellence
Presenter: Obaidullah Syed
April 9, 2019
The presentation begins by explaining the history of how Reliability Engineering evolved , what resources we have today for Reliability, and how a company can evaluate itself on what level of Reliability it currently has. I will then share a list of some Reliability programs that a company can adopt to achieve Reliability Excellence.
Electrical Signature Analysis of Electric Motor Systems
Presenter: Howard Penrose
April 18, 2019
In this presentation we will review the concepts of Electrical and Current Signature Analysis and how it is applied to complete electric motor systems. A review of incoming power to driven load including the relationship between ESA and technologies such as vibration analysis and motion amplification with case studies.
Mechatronics: Exploring the Changing Role of Maintenance Technicians
Presenter: Dan Roessler
April 24, 2019
Technology adoption from robotics to software to mobile solutions has transformed the operation and maintenance of manufacturing plants. With these changes, the role of maintenance workers has shifted, requiring a multi-discipline approach sometimes referred to as Mechatronics. In this presentation, we cover new maintenance skill requirements, the skills gap in the workforce, the rise of mechatronics programs and where to find qualified resources.
7 Habits of a Highly Effective Maintenance Leader
Presenter: Ricky Smith
May 1, 2019
In Maintenance Management, whether a manager or supervisor it is critical to follow habits proven to be effective. In this presentation, I will provide the 7 Habits of an Effective Maintenance Leader based on my experience working with hundreds of leaders around the world, the best of the best and many who struggle every day.
Germination of a Failure: Why Does Stuff Really Break Down?
Presenter: Robert Latino
May 2, 2019
When front line personnel get really good a responding to failures, they often get accolades for their reactive efforts. A progressive leadership team would be questioning "Why are they getting so much practice?" This session will focus the impact that flawed organizational systems have on our decision-making capabilities. When we lack adequate information to make an informed decision, we can trigger a series of physical consequences to occur, that will result in an undesirable outcome.