Maintenance management

Three steps to mastering maintenance and reliability

Learn the principles required to improve your asset reliability through an optimised maintenance plan.

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Summary

Learn the principles required to improve your asset reliability through an optimised maintenance plan.

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The world is changing quickly, and maintenance techniques are changing too. In the early 20th century, maintenance was simple – fix it when it breaks. 100 years later, we have numerous tools and techniques at our disposal, including preventive, predictive, proactive and reliability centered and risk based tools. Moreover, the rise of industry 4.0 has provided a unique opportunity to improve our asset management plans even further through tools such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and digital twins. 

During this webinar, you will hear about how maintenance has changed over the last century, and where it is going in the future. You will also learn about some of the key principles needed to develop your own maintenance plan and optimise your strategy, including:  

  • The importance of preparing information

  • Review of failure history

  • Approaching to establish new tasks

Who should attend?

Engineering, asset, maintenance and reliability managers and aspiring managers working within or supporting manufacturing, industrial, utilities or commercial sectors with responsibility for the application and improvement of maintenance plans and procedures. 

How will I benefit?

  • Learn about how maintenance techniques have evolved and improved over the last 100 years 

  • Understand the main issues regarding asset reliability and how maintenance should address these 

  • Identify the core principles, structures and processes necessary for your organisation to implement and support world class levels of maintenance 

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Key topics

  • Traditional techniques of reactive, preventive, predictive maintenance 

  • Reliability centered and risk based maintenance 

  • Steps required to optimising your own plan 

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  • Matthew Laskaj

    Matthew Laskaj

    Matthew is the Chair for the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Scottish Region and director of a successful engineering consultancy. After 20 years working in many engineering industries around the world, redundancy allowed him to reassess what was most important and he decided to start up a small business. Fast-forward five years and he is running a business he loves – following his passion in engineering and being able to help others at the same time.

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23 Apr 2021 12:30 - 13:30

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