Practical exercises to make a difference in your Asset Health Management and Reliability programs.
Your Asset Health Management and Reliability programs are only getting more complex.
Between the global pandemic, supply chain challenges, disruptive technologies, remote work, and staff shortages, maintenance teams are being stretched and expected to do more with less. Proactive maintenance strategies can help. Organizations are turning to reliability-centered maintenance (RCM) as well as condition-based maintenance (CBM) programs to optimize asset health. Understanding function and failure is the backbone of any RCM or CBM program. It lets teams focus on failure modes and prioritize plant systems, while sensors and software manage automated data collection and subsequent tasks. However, a successful CBM or RCM program is more than data and making them sustainable requires understanding the impact that innovative technologies have on people and processes. This hands-on workshop provides the insights and templates for attendees to plan their Asset Health Management (AHM) journey. We will help you understand how to select a strategy with the appropriate technology and implement it into a new or existing program. We will also provide technology demonstrations, overview process and timeline, and people or resources needed to successfully implement within an organization. Our workshop will be an educational, hands-on engagement for maintenance and reliability professionals beginning an Asset Health Management (AHM) journey, as well as professionals working in programs that needs to be refreshed, restarted, or taken to the next level.
- Break down the seemingly “insurmountable” challenges into a roadmap for better reliability
- Understand asset criticality and accurately assess how it benefits your organization
- Combine multiple technologies and match failure modes to effectively eliminate and/or mitigate root causes
- Harness the power of connected data to make the right repair at the right time
- Leverage CBM and RCM best practices so teams can do more with less
- Bridge the growing skills gap with reliability-centered fundamentals by leveraging today’s technological capabilities
- Understand the keys of implementing a new program and the pillars of a successful, sustainable program
Bio - Michael Watson
Michael Watson is a Product Application Specialist with Fluke Reliability. Michael is focused on the company’s connected technician tools, condition monitoring product lines and connected reliability solutions. Michael brings 30+ years’ experience in reliability, technician effectiveness, and operations in US and global locations. He is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) Certified Reliability Leader (CRL) and Thermal/Infrared Thermography Level II certified. Michael holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Illinois in Urbana Illinois.
Bio - Sarah Taguiam
Sarah is Global Product Manager for Fluke Reliability’s Expert Reliability Services where she is responsible of the ongoing product and commercial transformation of FRS’ global Expert Services business, driving services as an integral part of FRS’ total end-to-end Connected Reliability solution for end customers. Over the last decade, Sarah has development deep experience in driving product and commercial excellence through Continuous Improvement within Fluke’s various business units as well as in other small and medium-sized industrial companies and organizations across four continents.