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Drowning in Data? Using your Reliability Program as a Life Raft

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Original date: 
Thursday, September 22, 2016

The advent of the Internet of Industrial Things and pervasive sensing is creating a tsunami of data that threatens to overwhelm us. Without a strong program in place to use the information we are wasting money and resources. Building a strong reliability & maintenance program ensures you are looking for the right data to tell you what you need to know. In this presentation Keith will look at the building blocks of a program and how to leverage all the data we are collecting.

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MainTrain 2016
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Asset Management Framework Subject: 
3.00 Lifecycle Delivery General, 3.05 Maintenance Delivery, 04 Asset Information, 4.04 Data & Information Management
Maintenance Management Framework Subject: 
2.0 Maintenance Program Mgmt General, 2.1 Maintenance Requirements, 03 Asset Strategy Management, 3.0 Asset Strategy Management General, 09 Information Management, 9.0 Information Management General
Author Title: 
Senior Consultant
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Keith Berriman has 30 years of experience in reliability, maintenance and operations management. Formerly Director of Reliability for one of North America's largest fertilizer companies he led the implementation of improvement programs that increased plant production while reducing costs.  He has worked in the petro-chemical, mining and forest products industries and with clients in offshore drilling, waste water and chemical processing.  He is recognized as a thought leader in maintenance work management, presenting at conferences around the world.  Keith graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Sheffield, England and is a Professional Engineer in Alberta, Canada. He is also a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional with the SMRP.