Nova Scotia Power Equipment Integrity through PdM and RBI - Joint Webcast with SMRP

PEMAC and SMRP are co-hosting a two part webcast series that will highlight Nova Scotia Power's Asset Management Journey.

A practical and efficient condition based maintenance (CBM) program is built of two fundamental elements-one for rotating and dynamic assets in the adopted term of a (PdM) or Predictive Maintenance program and one for static assets known as Risk Based Inspection (RBI) program. This webcast will highlight these NSPI asset management programs for monitoring the state and reporting condition based (CBM) deficiencies on our physical assets. The discussion will review the development, management, integration and day-to-day application of our PdM/RBI programs including tools and techniques for VA, IR, MCA, HEP/FAC inspections and more. Participants will also discuss the general journey to condition monitoring for equipment over the thermal fleet. NSPI consciously chose innovative vendors, technologies and techniques. The audience will learn what challenges it faced internally and externally. The differences between how the CBM programs are integrated into our business today as opposed to piecemeal prior to AM program implementation starting in 2012. 

About the Speaker:
Warren Rodgers, Senior Engineer, Asset Management at NSPI
is a professional Mechanical Engineer and Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional with over 15 years in engineering and asset management. Formally trained as a mechanic prior to becoming a professional engineer, Warren’s background gives him a unique perspective on maintenance and reliability. His skills and experience have helped to build the current asset management program at Nova Scotia Power and lead the predictive maintenance program involving rotating and static equipment. Warren’s passion for reliability and asset management is in the challenges faced to keep equipment running without the business even knowing you were there.

Register Now for this webcast taking place on Thursday, September 14 at 12:00 pm eastern.

This is part two of a two part webcast series. For details about part one of this webcast click here.



September 14th, 2017 12:00 PM   through   1:00 PM