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Monday, Oct. 22 @ 8 AM EST

This two-day workshop is designed to guide attendees through the entire process of a living reliability program. The first day of the workshop will build an overall awareness of what a living reliability program entails, the steps required to develop asset management strategies and how to optimize current strategies by administering a robust change management system that embeds the improvements continuously. Day two will feature hands-on skills training that applies the lessons of day one.


Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the key elements of a living reliability program
  • Develop a living reliability strategy
  • Apply living reliability concepts in a real-world environment
  • Immediately apply reliability best practices
  • Understand the importance of change management in reliability culture
  • Recognize the difference between change management and management of change
  • Optimize maintenance reliability activities

Andrew Gager, CMRP, Nexus Global Business Solutions, Inc.

Larry Olson, CMRP, Nexus Global Business Solutions, Inc.

​​Audience Level: Beginner

Workshop 19: 5 Pillars of a Living Reliability Program

Day 1 of 2 (Monday) - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Thursday, Oct. 25 @ 8 AM EST

This two-day workshop (two days total) is designed to guide attendees through the entire process of a living reliability program. Day two of the workshop will be hands-on applications of the ideas and lessons from day one. Attendees will develop asset management strategies, execute those strategies and perform an analysis on their results. Attendees will physically apply learnings and teachings on real equipment during the workshop. By combining a precision maintenance strategy with best practice precision reliability skills, stopping equipment failures and lasting machinery health results can be achieved. This session offers attendees the processes to develop, execute and analyze the potential cost reductions or avoidances by bringing all your assets to a state of good-health.


Learning Objectives:

  • Apply precision maintenance concepts as part of a living reliability program
  • Demonstrate proper inspection techniques in accordance with work package requirements
  • Interpret, develop and execute a job plan based on the inspection results
  • Apply troubleshooting and RCA techniques
  • Demonstrate the ability to execute precision maintenance
  • Understanding of the importance of precision maintenance within a living reliability program

J. Douglas Robey, CMRP, GP Strategies

Don Langley, GP Strategies 

​​Audience Level: Beginner

Workshop 19: Applying Precision Maintenance Within a Living Reliability Program

Day 2 of 2 (Thursday) - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

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