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Implementing a Best Practices Preventative Maintenance Program

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Original date: 
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
In an effort to increase equipment reliability and reduce unscheduled downtime, many organizations have taken the proactive step of implementing a Predictive Maintenance (PdM) Program. Unfortunately, only an estimated 20% of these initiatives actually achieve the anticipated results.  This presentation will explore how to avoid the ten most common pitfalls substantially improves PdM results and provide participants with tools they need to implement a best practice preventative maintenance program.
BoK Content Source: 
MainTrain 2016
BoK Content Type: 
Presentation Slides
Presentation Paper
Asset Management Framework Subject: 
03 Lifecycle Delivery, 3.05 Maintenance Delivery, 3.06 Reliability Engineering, 05 Organization & People, 5.05 Competence Management
Maintenance Management Framework Subject: 
04 Tools and Tactics, 4.1 Reliability Centered Maint., 4.4 Preventive Maintenance, 4.6 Condition Monitoring, 4.8 Predictive Maint. Techniques, 06 Work Management, 6.0 Work Management General, 07 Human Resource Management, 7.2 Skills & Qualification Mgmt, 10 Continuous Improvement, 10.1 Metrics / KPIs
Author Title: 
Manager of Reliability Solutions Business Unit
Author Employer: 
Lakeside Process Controls
Author Bio: 

Blair Fraser is responsible for the day to day operations and the business development of the Reliability Solutions services and products. Prior to joining Lakeside Process Controls, Blair held various positions in maintenance in the Chemical Manufacturing and Pharmaceutical industries, focusing on implementing maintenance and reliability best practices. 
Blair has been an active Maintenance and Reliability leader with over 15 years of asset management and reliability strategy development with hands on implementation experience in the power generation, pulp & paper, manufacturing, mining, pharmaceutical and oil refining industries.  Blair is a certified maintenance and reliability professional (CMRP) from SMRP (Society for Maintenance and reliability and a Certified Reliability Leader (CRL) from the Association of Maintenance Professionals (AMP).