A new discussion forum

Aug. 30, 2008
In the spirit of creating a strong community here from the PlantServices.com column we now have a discussion forum on LinkedIn. The rules are simple...
  1. It's all about continuous improvement in reliability - everything is focused on the community helping each other
  2. Vigorous debate is welcomed!!! Personal attacks insults and denigrating each others character
In the spirit of creating a strong community here from the PlantServices.com column we now have a discussion forum on LinkedIn. The rules are simple...
  1. It's all about continuous improvement in reliability - everything is focused on the community helping each other
  2. Vigorous debate is welcomed!!! Personal attacks insults and denigrating each others character is not!
  3. No overt unsolicited sales spam type stuff. If there is a call for you to discuss your products and services so be it, but no spamming. (Please)
You need to be part of the networking group Reliability Success. Don't worry - it is about community - not about selling and it is not a commercial venture for me at all. So I hope you will check it out and start to interact with the wider world of maintenance practitioners from all over the globe.

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