SMRP's 2013 Annual Conference is just around the corner. Are you registered yet?

Source: SMRP

Sep 23, 2013

SMRP’s 2013 Annual Conference will be held October 14-16 in Indianapolis, Indiana. This year’s Conference Committee selected new and emerging topics tailored to provide participants an opportunity to gain new skills and knowledge to enhance your expertise as a maintenance and reliability professional or increase your current skill level. The track sessions and workshops follow SMRP’s Body of Knowledge pillars:

  • Business management
  • Manufacturing process
  • Equipment reliability
  • Organization and leadership
  • Work management
  • CMRT

Kicking off the exciting three-day conference, Waldo Waldman, former combat fighter pilot, will open with motivational teachings of training, teamwork, leadership, and trust, and Ron Moore, CMRP, will conclude Wednesday with his words of wisdom. In addition, quality pre- and post-conference workshops will be offered as well, delivered by some of the most prestigious industry leaders in the maintenance and reliability community.

Register for SMRP’s 2013 Annual Conference

Unable to attend the conference? Read these articles from just a few of the presenters.

How to improve wrench efficiency
Measure time and motion to assess productivity.

How is the relationship between operations and maintenance at your plant?
Operations-production in the success of reliability excellence.

Is a PM program sustainable?
6 steps to get your preventive maintenance program started and stay proactive.

Fight maintenance waste with labor analysis
Understanding the importance of labor-hour analysis and the usage of associated metrics.

Why PdM programs fail and how to keep yours alive
CMMS data gives your predictive maintenance program an opportunity to thrive.

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