Emerson enhances machinery health management training

Source: PlantServices.com

May 03, 2006

Emerson Process Management has redesigned its Machinery Health Management training program in Knoxville, Tenn. to boost the effective learning experience.

Classrooms in the training facility, the primary location for Machinery Health Management courses, have been expanded. Training courses previously taught in Houston have been reassigned to Emerson’s Austin, Texas training facility. This move consolidates the availability of Machinery Health Management training with Asset Optimization and other PlantWeb architecture training.  Personnel from both operations and maintenance departments can now be trained at a single location.

In December 2005, Mong-Ching Lin was appointed training manager of Emerson’s Machinery Health Management business. Ms. Lin’s company experience combined with customer interface have energized her commitment to training excellence, from upgrading instruction manuals and on through the full range of training and educational services

Jeff Besola, director of global sales for Emerson’s Machinery Health Management business summarizes the changes as “just another example of the Emerson commitment to providing complete, integrated solutions for companies implementing or enhancing their reliability programs. While our leading-edge technology products are designed to be easy to use, there are always advanced applications that can be best learned in a classroom environment.”

For more information on Emerson training and Machinery Health Management course offerings, go to http://www.mhm.assetweb.com/expertise/education.html.

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