Rotating and Reliability Forum 2024

This is an event hosted by a like-minded organization

This special event is a collaboration between RATS and PEMAC to provide a forum for learning and discussion, centered around Asset Management, Maintenance and Reliability.

General Info:

Business Management & Equipment Reliability Maintenance as a Business with Criticality Analysis

TOP-DOWN CRITICALITY

  • Are you or your organization implementing a new Enterprise Asset Management system?
  • Does your asset hierarchy follow functionally driven parent-child taxonomy?
  • Do your technicians and operators keep putting work requests against the wrong identifiers?
  • Do you truly understand the severity of the consequences associated with asset failure?
  • Can your team effortlessly mine the data and make the right decisions?
  • Do you understand how to monitor and review the effectiveness of your organization or a supplier’s maintenance program?

During this interactive presentation, the attendees will learn how to implement a maintenance and reliability framework closely aligned with Norsok Z-008 and ISO14224 standards. Attendees will also receive a quick walkthrough on a Maintenance Effectiveness Audit Process that closely aligns with ISO 19011 to monitor the framework of the program. No sales pitches or gimmicks, just passionate technical engagement and criticality driven conversation!

Key Concepts

  • Asset Hierarchy
  • Asset Criticality
  • Asset Reliability
  • Program Management

 

Time and Location: Thu, Mar 14, 2024 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM MDT

Residence Inn by Marriott Calgary Downtown / Beltline District
610 10 Avenue, Southwest Calgary, AB T2R 0B2

For more information, and to register, CLICK HERE.  

 

When
March 14th, 2024 from  5:00 PM to  8:00 PM

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