Transitioning from Run to Failure

Does your organization wait until equipment “breaks” to fix it? This maintenance methodology is called reactive, or “Run-to-Failure.” The risks associated with this — high downtime, poor asset life and high maintenance costs — generally drive organizations to move toward more proactive maintenance management methods.

During this session, guest speaker Bill Barto from Life Cycle Engineering provides guidance on the evolution of a primarily Reactive culture to a Proactive one. By the conclusion of the webinar, attendees will:

1) Understand the tradeoffs between Reactive and Proactive Maintenance
2) Understand the risks associated with Reactive Maintenance
3) Learn how to use risk to design a Proactive Maintenance program
4) Learn steps to take from Reactive to Proactive Maintenance

Upcoming Live Best Practices Webinar

Topic: Proactive Workflow Model
Date: Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm ET (10:00am CT, 9:00am MT, 8:00am PT, 4:00pm GMT)
Speaker: John Schultz, Executive Vice President of Reliability Solutions, Allied

During this month’s Best Practices Webinar session, join John Schultz from Allied Reliability Group as he discusses the building blocks of the Proactive Workflow Model that will step you through how you design, execute, and sustain excellence.

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