The Importance of Precision Maintenance and How it Greatly Affects IIoT
John Lambert served his apprenticeship in Mechanical Maintenance at Fazakerly Engineering in Liverpool England.
After emigrating to Canada in 1973, he worked in the Aeronautic Industry and in Fiberglas manufacturing.
He has held many positions such as millwright/maintenance mechanic, maintenance foreman and supervisor as well as training instructor.
As a training instructor he implemented Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and Total Quality Management (TQM) into engineering and maintenance departments.
In 1994 he started his own business Benchmark Maintenance Services Inc. (now BENCHMARK PDM Inc.) specializing in rotating machinery installation, training, service and equipment sales.
Arcelor Mittal Dofasco (Steel), City of Toronto (Water supply/treatment) and Ontario Power Generation (Nuclear) are just three companies (industries) where he has trained literally hundreds of tradesmen in each company. He has conducted training on off shore oilrigs and paper mills, at chemical plants, cement plants and gold mines.
John sits on the Advisory Board for the Mechanical Apprenticeship program at Durham College.
He is also one of the contributors and committee members with the WG15 group that produced the first shaft alignment and machinery installation standard through the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) - ANSI Shaft Alignment Methodology, Part 1: General Principles, Methods, Practices, and Tolerances (ANSI/ASA S2.75-2017/Part 1/2).