Partners in Training
Doc Palmer's Planning & Scheduling Training Days comes back to Sudbury, Ont., October 15 - 16 at the Holiday Inn. Maintenance planning and scheduling should dramatically improve the productivity of maintenance.
July 21, 2014 - The thrust of Susan Lubell's presentation, "Developing a Business Case For Asset Management & Reliability," at Partners in Training in Edmonton (April 15, 2014) revolved around "knowing where you are and where you need to be."
Sean Miller is an ultrasound expert whose Partners in Training presentation is suitably named “Ultrasound 101: To Improve Asset Reliability.” Miller will again present this highly effective, practical session at the upcoming Partners in Training in Sudbury in the fall.
Partners in Training will be in Edmonton on April 15. New topics have been added to the agenda, including: “Make Your Enterprise Asset Management System Work For You.”
February 19, 2014 - You've requested a third party assessment of your operation because there is room for improvement. In a short time, someone who knows little about your operation comes in, asks questions, presents findings and creates angst and resistance to change.
January 31, 2014 - While a host of factors will influence profitability, maximizing your plant’s production output potential is arguably one of the facility’s greatest opportunities. But how does one align this with bottom-line expectations?
November 26, 2013 - In this video Doc Palmer, author of the Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Handbook, provides a snippet of his presentation at a Partners in Training event, in Sudbury, Ont.
Presenters at a recent Partners in Training event in Sudbury, Ont., offered insights into the CSA Z463 Guideline and how it will help promote a plan-do-check-act philosophy.
September 5, 2013 – Maintenance professionals will get together for educational presentations in Sudbury, Ont., when Partners in Training kicks off on September 24, 2013.
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