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Registered Member Before casting blame, I would carryout an investigation as to whether the equipment is faulty or if the procedure, we believe to be correct, is actually incorrect. I would even review whether the replacement part is the correct one. [ more ]
Registered Member Not knowing more about the specifics, I would also look at the piece of equipment in question to make sure it isn't overworked/under-engineered. Don't be looking to assign blame. Find out exactly why it failed, then figure out how to prevent that from happening again. If it IS the fault of the crew, make sure they all know exactly how to do the repair. Different people interpret things.....differently. Make sure everyone is on the same page. [ more ]
Registered Member https://www.maintenance.org/top...aintenance-engineers https://www.plantservices.com/...ability-engineer.pdf http://www.lifetime-reliabilit..._for_Maintenance.pdf Here are a few resources that may help Dave [ more ]
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Leading Into the Skills Gap
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Registered Member Hanging up the stigma behind Trades as a career is important to the sustainability of domestic manufacturing and keeping local economies strong. The Perkins Act focuses on areas where improvements can be made to current law in three key ways. First, it supports initiatives that promote careers in the Trades. Secondly, it facilitates collaboration among Trades educators and employers on appropriate training curriculum. Lastly, it ensures that training for highly skilled positions better... [ more ]
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Registered Member Hello Shabir Ahmad Khan - We see you have inquired about CMRP training. The CMRP is a certification administered by SMRPCO and not AMP. AMP has the Certified Reliability Leader (CRL) certification which is a 2-hour, internet-based exam and has instructor-led advanced workshops which you can find at www.reliabilityleadership.com . Recommended Study Material The Uptime® Elements™ Passport Series or full CRL Body of Knowledge is the recommended study material along with the Uptime® Elements™... [ more ]
Registered Member Which edition for CMRP training is currently available. [ more ]
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Registered Member Mohammed, I'm not sure if I understood your comment correctly. If you want to get certified, you need to take a computer based exam from the announced events on this website. Terry has been traveling a lot and putting a large investment in promoting this certification. Regards- Ali M. Al-Shurafa [ more ]
Registered Member Please reply with first step for the certification. Regards, Mohammed [ more ]
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Registered Member Yair, I am a prior maintenance and facilities manager that is in a reliability engineering role now, and managing our plan's PdM program. I am in the process of evaluating our program and looking to streamline, upgrade, consolidate. I'll be glad to take a look at what your offering is and give any relevant feedback. Regards, Michael Meehan [ more ]
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Reliability Leader: Profoundness of Language
Registered Member All of these comments strike a chord in me but none help with my current quandary. I'm trying to implement an Asset Maintenance initiative company wide and am trying to figure out how to engage business lines that don't fall in the "normal" realm of AM. For example how do I keep the folks from our construction side engaged in the conversation or those from our corporate business offices? Any ideas? [ more ]
Registered Member Another way in which language can be profound is in how we use it to set goals. I was considering, over the weekend, the difference between an organization geared to "reduce downtime" versus one tasked with "maximizing uptime". I believe the more positive language, working toward MORE of something is better from a leadership perspective. Trying to obtain more of something is simply more "active" than trying to get less of it's opposite. Trying to gain spurs people on whereas trying to lose... [ more ]
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