NEW FOR 2017:
Four Fresh Certificate Programs
Reliable Plant’s certificate programs were a huge success last year. For 2017, four all-new programs are being
offered on key topics you won’t want to miss — reliability engineering, hydraulics, condition monitoring, and
maintenance planning and scheduling. Each certificate program features an associated pre-conference workshop
along with four learning sessions that you must attend.
Enrollment in Any Certificate Program Includes:
- Full-conference Registration
- Noria Books Bundle
- Pre-conference Workshop
- Access to the VIP Lounge
- Certificate of Completion
- Commemorative Plaque
Learn how you can positively impact the reliability of your equipment and optimize your maintenance resources through design and engineering decisions.
Designing and Procuring Equipment to Increase Reliability – Jerry Putt, Noria Corporation, Monday, April 24, 2017, 8 a.m. Read More >>
- Session 1: Using KPIs to Manage and Improve Your Reliability Program – John Sexton and Douglas Bowker, BASF
- Session 2: A Complete Guide to Root Cause Analysis – Gary Helmink, West-ward Pharmaceuticals
- Session 3: Managing Risk to Achieve Reliability and Operational Excellence – Mike Greenholtz, GenesisSolutions
- Session 4: How to Apply FMEA and Other Tools to Solve Your Maintenance Problems – Kevin Grayson, NCSU-IES
Find out how to dramatically improve your maintenance productivity by incorporating key planning and scheduling techniques to achieve success.
How to Achieve Maintenance Planning Excellence – Doc Palmer, Richard Palmer & Associates, Monday, April 24, 2017, 1 p.m. Read More >>
- Session 1: 8 Steps to Improve Asset Reliability – Jeff Shiver, People and Processes
- Session 2: How to Turn Your MRO Storeroom into a Reliable Asset – George Krauter and Daniel Brennan, Synovos
- Session 3: Leveraging Reliability Best Practices to Drive Performance – Tony Dotson, Division Reliability Manager, WestRock
- Session 4: KPIs for Better Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Performance – Doc Palmer, Richard Palmer & Associates
Gain the knowledge you need to prevent hydraulic equipment failures with proven tactics for choosing the right fluid, maintaining your systems, controlling contamination and diagnosing problems before they become catastrophic.
5 Things You Need to Know to Become an Effective Hydraulic Troubleshooter – Chris Dellinger, GPM Hydraulic Consulting, Monday, April 24, 2017, 8 a.m. Read More >>
- Session 1: How to Get the Most Life Out of Your Hydraulic Oil – Nnamdi Achebe, Petrosave Integrated Services
- Session 2: Addressing the Root Causes of Hydraulic System Failures – Michael Johnson, Gorman Company
- Session 3: Controlling Contamination in Hydraulic Cylinders – Tony Casassa, Aggressive Hydraulics
- Session 4: Essential Hydraulic Tools You Must Have – Chris Dellinger, GPM Hydraulic Consulting
Discover the benefits of a comprehensive condition-based maintenance program with learning sessions covering the latest and most important technologies.
How to Integrate Multiple Condition Monitoring Technologies for Maximum Reliability – Walter Barringer, Allied Reliability, Monday, April 24, 2017, 1 p.m. Read More >>
- Session 1: How to Use Vibration Analysis to Identify Equipment Problems – Walter Barringer, Allied Reliability
- Session 2: Understanding the Complexities of Ultrasound for Machine Condition Monitoring – Andy Page, Allied Reliability
- Session 3: The Power of Correlating Oil Analysis and Vibration Analysis Results – Andy Page, Allied Reliability
- Session 4: Common Traps of Infrared Thermography and How to Avoid Them – T.J. Garten, Allied Reliability