PEMAC is a national not for profit association providing global leadership, education and certification in asset management practices.
PEMAC is pleased to be proctoring three exams during the MainTrain 2015 conference in Vancouver. On Wednesday, September 23 at 6:30 pm pacific time will be holding the following exams:
ICML Exam - The International Council for Machinery Lubrication is a global non-profit organization dedicated to helping lubrication practitioners succeed in their professional careers. ICML certification exams are in accordance with ISO 18436 and are available worldwide, in multiple languages.
CAMA Exam - The Certified Asset Management Assessor exam managed by the World Partners in Asset Management will be offered during the conference. This exam complies with the GFMAM's competency specification for an ISO 55001 asset management auditor/assessor, ensuring that successful applicants have the minimum knowledge to be an ISO 55001 assessor.
CMRP Exam - Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) exam will be offered at MainTrain by an SMRP certified proctor. The CMRP is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and follows ISO standards.
For more information and to register for any of the exams click here.
The Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC)'s Saskatoon Chapter invites you to join them for their monthly beer night. These monthly get-togethers are a great way for our local community of members to stay abreast of the latest developments in the field and network among fellow members. Ask for the PEMAC reserved table.
Date: Wednesday, August 12, 2015 Time: 6:30 pm
Congress Beer House - 215 2nd Ave S
PEMAC invites you to join us for our next webcast in the 2015 Lunch & Learn Series, taking place on September 9 at 12:00 to 1:00 pm Pacific Time. See how KPIs can be used at your own organization, and what kind of impact they can have, when J.-P. Pascoli, Manager, Engineering & Maintenance at Cameco Corporation shares how KPIs were introduced to maintenance crews and the entire site as part of the Operational Reliability program launched at Cameco's Port Hope conversion facility. J.-P. demonstrates how simply tools and concepts of change management were used for a success implementation and ongoing maintenance crew performance management system. Click here for more information and to register.
In 1989 a few engineers and maintenance professionals put their heads together to address a mutual concern: maintenance practitioners provide a vital service and make significant decisions that have an impact on the sustainability of their organizations, yet there was no association in Canada catering to the needs of workers in the maintenance profession and no recognition of the essential role they play in the success of asset-intensive organizations, such as public infrastructure and private manufacturing and processing plants. They discussed and brainstormed ideas about creating a Canadian association to represent maintenance professionals and support maintenance professionalism. From there PEMAC was born.
Twenty-five year's later PEMAC has grown into an organization that continues to search for ways to achieve its vision and mission. Read more in our July edition of the newsletter PEMACTION! And don't miss the many PEMAC stories from some of our members on our LinkedIn page. Share your story there as well!