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Join PEMAC for our next lunch and learn webcast taking place on Wednesday, February 27th at 12:00 pm Eastern Time Zone. Participants will gain tools and tips can use to strive for excellence in asset management, maintenance and reliability.
Topic: Increasing Operational Service Levels Using Preventative Maintenance Optimization Strategies: A Case Study of the LINK APM System at Toronto Pearson International Airport
In 2017, the LINK Automated People Mover (APM) at Toronto Pearson International Airport transported an average of 24,000 passengers per day — a 20% increase in passenger traffic from 2015, according to a 2017 report by the GTAA. To increase operational service levels, preventative maintenance optimization (PMO) initiatives were undertaken in 2015 and 2016 in co-ordination with the APM owner, manufacturer, and O&M service provider. The initiatives were designed to increase the overall day-to-day operational run-time of the LINK system while maintaining existing levels of safety and reliability. In this workshop, we’ll use the LINK APM system as a case study to discuss the requirements for successful PMO implementation, which include interorganizational communication and co-operation, RCM strategies, and due diligence as it relates to safety-related subsystems and processes. We’ll also offer a blueprint for similar optimization strategies.
Speaker: Sean Best, Operations and Maintenance Manager, Doppelmayr Cable Car Limited
Sean Best is employed by Doppelmayr Cable Car as the O&M manager for the Toronto Pearson International Airport Automated People Mover (APM) system. Sean has more than 10 years of O&M and related projects experience in the cable-propelled APM industry. His educational background includes a master’s degree in political science and partial completion of the PEMAC Maintenance Management Professional program.
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This webcast is hosted in partnership with Northern Lakes College. Everyone is welcome to participate. Be sure to spread the word and forward this invitation to others who may be interested.