Success in reliability improvement takes root from within

Overview:

This special report looks at how the right training and a broad awareness can create an environment where a common-sense, team-led approach can take root and change the plant’s psyche to result in sustainable reliability improvement.

Too often, plants accept an inadequate level of equipment reliability as normal, and expect that their repair teams will be deployed on a regular basis. This view has a legacy that runs deep in the psyche of managers, the maintenance/repair workers and the plant floor operators. While condition monitoring has allowed plants to identify machine faults earlier in their life cycle and, in most cases, before catastrophic failure, it does nothing to improve machine reliability. So consultants are brought in to deliver their own approach to reliability improvement, but rarely will these efforts take hold and have any real effect on plant/equipment availability. Why is this? This special report looks at how the right training and a broad awareness can create an environment where a common-sense, team-led approach can take root and change the plant’s psyche to result in sustainable reliability improvement. An approach that is developed and nurtured from within can realize notable gains and create a new state of greater equipment reliability and employee satisfaction.

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