PEMAC is a national not for profit association providing global leadership, education and certification in asset management practices.
Maintenance Management Professional Certificate is developed and authorized by the Plant and Engineering Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC). The courses in the Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) Certification Program consists of eight modules. Receive your Canadian certification as a professional maintenance manager. Want to know more? Want to promote this within your organization?
Join us for a 1 hour information session – delivered LIVE Online (in partnership with Northern Lakes College). Participate from the comfort of your office or home at your computer. MMP Information Session – FREE, all you need to do is register to participate.
Date: Thursday, March 5
Time: 6:30 to 7:30 pm (Mountain Time Zone)
Already MMP Certified? We invite you to share this invitation with colleagues and supervisors to extend the benefits of certification with others and across your organization.
PEMAC (Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada) GTA Chapter President Nigel D'Souza is pleased to invite you to the next meeting of the GTA Chapter.
Date: Friday, May 29, 2015 Time: 11:30 am to 2:30 pm
Greater Toronto Airport Authority
2933 Convair Drive, Mississauga, ON
Topic: Getting RCM based maintenance strategies "off the shelf" and into your program
Speaker: Dan Everitt, APG
In this presentation, you will learn how implementing a reliability centered maintenance program is not always easy. You will discover that various departments outside of Reliability, including Supply Chain, Planning, Document Control, Maintenance and Operations also have certain demands and expectations placed on them during the implementation phase of an RCM. Receive the tools you need to create a productive team environment, along with tips to building a successful strategy. Whether you have are thinking about an RCM, are just implementing one, or already have one in place, you will gain great insight, and tools that you can use in any project.
11:30 am Introduction and PEMAC update
12:00 pm Lunch and Networking (Sponsored by GTAA)
12:30 pm Dan Everitt Presentation followed by Q&A
1:35 pm Tours of GTAA People Mover System & Moore's Creek Storm Water Management Facility
2:20 pm Closing
Cost: No charge.
Click here to register or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Attendance by registration only to ensure adequate seating.
PEMAC (Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada) Alberta Chapter President Abrar Amhad is pleased to invite you to the next meeting of the Alberta Chapter Event in the Edmonton area.
Date: Thursday, March 19, 2015 Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Dow Centennial Centre
8700 - 84 Street
Fort Saskatchewan, AB T8L 4P5
Topic: Setting up an Asset Management Program, in a traditional maintenance environment
Speaker: Tony McWhannel, P. Eng, MBA
General Manager, Slave Lake Pulp, a division of West Fraser
Several years ago West Fraser found that reliability was costing the plant many millions of dollars per year in its Eurocan mill. The plant was 50 years old, had over 500 employees and competed on the global market. Pulp mills compete in a mature industry where profit margins are thin and continuous improvement is imperative. The mill had a traditional maintenance department, with an added and growing reliability team. However, plant reliability did not improve sufficiently. Regardless of the reliability team’s effort, plant uptime was unaffected. In this presentation you will hear first-hand how the organization reassessed and created a dedicated Core Reliability Team. The team was cross functional and worked independently from the existing maintenance department. The team reviewed statistics, mill performance and root cause investigations. They decided to dedicate their efforts to one area of the plant and build a new reliability program, called Asset Care. The results were improved uptime, lower costs and a new maintenance culture. Tony will share insights gained with West Fraser’s experience, and demonstrate how you can improve your organization's reliability..
6:30 pm – Introduction and PEMAC update
6:45 pm – Light dinner and networking (Sponsor ARMS Reliability)
7:30 pm -- Presentation
8:20 pm – Closing
This is a complimentary event. Thank you to our event sponsors ARMS Reliability.
Attendance by registration only to ensure adequate seating.
PEMAC is proud to support the Asset Management Council's annual conference: AMPEAK taking place May 24 to 28, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.
AMPEAK 2015 is a must for asset owners from all industries as well as asset management professionals and associated service providers. At AMPEAK, experience a diverse range of informative and educational topics, delivered by a global collective of experts from and including the Mining, Transport, Water and IT industries, Government and academia; speakers from UK, NZ, USA, Canada, Brazil, Malaysia, Germany and Australia.
Click here for more information about the conference including the preliminary agenda.