Indiana

Chapter Dues

SMRP Indiana Chapter annual dues are $25. Visit smrp.org/chapters to renew your SMRP Indiana Chapter membership.

To become a member, individuals must first join SMRP National. Visit smrp.org/join to become a member.

  • Individual Membership: $170 (1-Year) / $460 (3-Year)

  • Student Membership: $25 (1-Year)

  • Indiana Chapter Membership for Students is Free.

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 Chapter Leadership

Click here to view the Indiana chapter leaders and contact the chapter.


Scholarship

The SMRP Indiana chapter is offering a $1,000 scholarship to students currently enrolled or scheduled to enroll in a maintenance, reliability or engineering degree in the state of Indiana. If the applicant is not attending an Indiana school, then they must be a resident of Indiana. You do not need to be an SMRP member to apply. The cut off for applications is December 31, 2017. Contact smrpindiana@gmail.com for more info. Find the application and its instrucitons below:

Application Instructions    Scholarship ​Application


Upcoming Chapter Events 

Upcoming Webinar
The earlier postponed August webinar on electrical power and transformers has been rescheduled. This is a webinar brought to you by the SMRP Indiana Chapter. Our chapter is very fortunate to be able to bring you Alan Ross from SD Myers. He is a well-known and highly sought-out figure in his field. The webinar is free to chapter members. This webinar is part of SMRP Indiana Chapter's goal to make available world-class knowledge and best practice information to equipment operators, maintainers, engineers, planners/schedulers, production leaders, stores, warehouses, and associated support personnel. Be sure to forward this information to the appropriate persons within your organization so they do not miss out on this important learning event.
 

How RCM, IoT & Next Generation Will Affect Reliability
Date: December 5, 2017          
Time: 12:00 pm ET
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A number of critical factors affect the long-term reliability of critical electrical system assets including the necessity to transform cultures from reactionary to proactive. This presentation focuses on the challenges facing high voltage electrical systems (transformers specifically) and how to meet these challenges.

Presenter: Alan Ross, CRL, ISO 55000, Author, SMRP designee to the DoE's Strategic Transformer Reserve task force, member of IEEE Reliability Society

Pillar/Alignment: Equipment Reliability (1 Course Hour)


INDYCON 2018
Mark your calendars for the 11th Annual SMRP Indiana Chapter Maintenance and Reliability Conference!

Date: February 20, 2018
Location: Eli Lilly MQ Learning Center, Indianapolis, IN

Conference Highlights

  • Keynote Speaker: To Be Announced
  • Education - share and learn from industry-leading reliability, maintenance, and operations presenters and area peers
  • Membership into SMRP for year-round access to asset reliability materials
  • Network with peers from other front running industries
  • Two tracks with five sessions each to choose from
  • Vendors with hands-on displays and ready to help troubleshoot perplexing equipment issues
  • Diverse industries represented
  • MRO-Zone Reliability Bookstore
  • CMRP Professional Development Hours (PDH) - earn credits toward CMRP re-certification
  • Continental breakfast, lunch and snacks provided
  • CMRP & CMRT exams
  • Door prize giveaway - numerous chances to win!

More information will be provided later. Please contact SMRP Indiana Chapter with questions.


Past Chapter Events 

Indiana Chapter Annual Membership Dinner

  

The SMRP Indiana Chapter sends their thanks to members, attendees, sponsors, and the Dallara staff.
The feedback has been outstanding and we hope to see you all at IndyCon 2018 on February 20.

             

Weren't these fellows supposed to be at a Promise Keepers meeting tonight?

     
             

Weren't these fellows supposed to be at a Promise Keepers meeting tonight? 

 

Dale Deem and Sam Garret (Indy car Quality Control and Reliability Leader) speaks.

   

Chapter Chair Rendela Wenzel with two-time Indy 500 winning Chief Mechanic, Owen Snyder.

Family affair: Matt Logsdon with his father.
             


This event was made possible by Indiana SMRP Chapter membership, Dallara IndyCar Factory and the following sponsors with a special shoutout to PRFUTECHNIK for their Dinner Sponsorship.

           


Last updated November 17, 2017

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