Equipment/machinery performance is critical to deliver value for any organization. In this webcast Ramesh will describe how the asset performance and the total cost of ownership are dependent on how assets are designed. The majority of the cost of asset ownership is in the Operations & Maintenance (O&M) phase. However, the O&M costs are dependent on how assets are designed, built, installed, commissioned and operated.In this presentation Ramesh discusses the Asset's life cycle within all of these phases and demonstrates how to avoid the pitfalls during asset acquisition, design, built and installation phases to reduce the total cost of ownership for your organization's assets.
In his position, Ramesh provides cost effective maintenance/ reliability strategies and supports implementation of long term reliability improvement initiatives for the Aerospace Test facility. He is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP), Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE) and Certified Reliability Leader (CRL). He is an author/co-author of recently released books “Maintenance & Reliability Best Practices” (2013/2009) and MRBP Workbook (2014), “Professional’s Guide to Maintenance & Reliability Terminology” (2010). He was instrumental in establishing of an ISO certified Asset Management process (Tailored 9001) since 2004, and also a member of US TAG/ pc251team which has been supporting development of ISO 55000. Ramesh has also just been awarded the top 2014 CMRP of the Year Award for the Veteran Professional category.