Lunch & Learn Webcast: Implementing a Lubrication Program, Cameco Cigar Lake Operation (Central Time Zone - SK)

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Join PEMAC for our next lunch and learn webcasttaking place on Tuesday, October 24, at 12:00 pm Central Time (SK). Participants will gain tools and tips can use to strive for excellence in asset management, maintenance and reliability. 

Implementing a Lubrication Program, Cameco Cigar Lake Operation
Cigar Lake is Cameco’s newest uranium mine located in northern Saskatchewan. During construction of the mine, Cameco determined that a lubrication program was needed to ensure that critical assets were properly maintained. The mine offered challenges in that there was not just one plant or area to setup. There was a fleet of equipment both underground and on the surface with mobile and stationary assets. In addition there is diesel power generation and a fleet of freeze compressors installed. Each area presents its own challenges and opportunities when setting up a program.

Learn why a lubrication program is important, and see the improvements made to the program management, storage and inventory management, cleanliness, product standardization and sampling. There are several aspects of a lubrication program that need to work together to ensure reliability. This webcast will share Cigar Lake’s journey from ground zero towards a world class lubrication program, one that was featured in Machinery Lubrication’s 2016 Lube Room Challenge edition and more recently at MainTrain 2017 in Saskatoon. Gain insights into implementing an effective lubrication program into your organization through this webcast.

Speaker: Brad Owen, Senior Reliability Technologist - Cameco Corporation
Brad Owen has been a Lead Technologist at the Cameco Cigar Lake Operation since 2006 working in various maintenance engineering roles. Over the last four years he has been focused on reliability and specifically implementing a lubrication program. Best lubrication practices were initiated during construction right through to production start-up and continue to be improved upon. His professional designations include: Applied Science Technologist (A. Sc.T.), Maintenance Management Professional (MMP), Oil Monitoring Analyst I through STLE (Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers) and Machine Lubricant Analyst I.  Brad was recently featured in Machinery Lubrication Magazine (March-April 2017) in the Get to Know section.

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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.


October 24th, 2017 12:00 PM   through   1:00 PM

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