To help organizations meet availability, safety and environmental targets, Reliability Works is offering training in reliability practices at their Reliability Bootcamp on 18 and 19 October 2010. The seminar will provide you with a solid understanding of basic principles of reliability and introduce you to powerful and new decision-making tools.
Reliability Bootcamp provides the tools and knowledge to identify, quantify and ‘manage’ risk. Recent incidents (the Gulf Oil-spill disaster, the Oilsands waterfowl deaths and the Ontario power outages) demonstrate the importance of knowing and managing risk.
This seminar is a must for maintenance managers, asset managers, reliability engineers, project managers/designers, plant managers, operations managers, safety and systems engineers, purchasing managers and inventory managers.
This seminar will show you how to achieve the following business results:
- Improve the reliability of your equipment by identifying all failure modes
- Define an optimized strategy to mitigate each failure mode
- Establish a definite link between maintenance performance and business results
- Quantify and minimize safety and environmental risks
- Establish zero-based labour and parts forecasts
- Optimize spare parts inventory resulting in reduced inventory costs
- Predict overall system performance
- Optimize design decisions and redundancy levels
- Identify and eliminate bottlenecks
Whether your organization is just starting to explore reliability principles, or is well into utilizing reliability tools, Reliability Bootcamp is essential because it will enhance the skills of your team and strengthen their resolve to improve.
Reliability Bootcamp takes place between 8.30am and 5pm, with lunch and coffee breaks included, at the Vancouver International Convention Centre. Reliability Bootcamp features presentations, as well as live demonstrations of how to optimize equipment and systems.
To learn more about Reliability Bootcamp, including dates and locations, and to register for this event, contact Arwen Reynolds (telephone +1 604 683 3996, fax +1 604 683 3998 or email email@example.com).