2014 Maintenance Stream Theme Announced: Asset Management & Reliability

Accurate and efficient maintenance supports success — that’s a given. But it’s only part of the solution. What’s required is a maintenance optimization strategy that co-ordinates reliability, safety and performance know-how with financial and managerial skills, while driving home measurable improvement and savings. This year’s Partners in Training theme — Asset Management & Reliability — will explore shifts in thinking and highlight the practical implementation of maintenance solutions, as well as offer takeaways that conform to the overall corporate strategy.

Solution-based, educational presentations will focus on key knowledge areas, including:
  • change management
  • integrated maintenance strategies
  • analytics and
  • risk
Partners in Training brings together industry leaders who are selected for their hands-on expertise. Our events offer excellent networking opportunities to discuss case studies, research and practical tools for every maintenance and reliability practitioner.

Custom workshops
Enrich your event experience by attending a customized workshop. Presented by respected reliability and maintenance authorities, these specialized training days allow you to learn one-on-one from the experts. Be sure to check out the "custom training" tab and make note of the early bird deadlines.

Making the Business Case

Susan Lubell's presentation, "Developing a Business Case For Asset Management & Reliability," at Partners in Training in Edmonton (April 15) revolved around "knowing where you are and where you need to be." While a host of factors influence profitability, maximizing your plant’s production output potential is arguably one of the facility’s greatest opportunities, said Lubell. An Asset Management & Reliability Strategic Plan can guide continuous improvement that’s aligned with bottom-line performance expectations for managing assets and people.

The presentation provided a framework for establishing a strategic asset management & reliability plan and the associated business case.

Upcoming Partners in Training educational sessions will be held in Sudbury, Ont., on September 23 and in Burlington, Ont., on October 7.

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