Improving Plant Reliability From The Shop Floor webinar

December 18, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Africa/Lagos
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The Maintenance Institute Africa - Jonathan David - Twitter


The Maintenance Institute Africa - Jonathan David


Epsilon Reliability Solutions Ltd

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It has been recognised that a good percentage of reliability programs are not sustained over longer term even with accompanying drive and support from executive management. Research has also show that cultural change is the hardest hurdle to overcome to attain the level of success needed for any program to be termed as successful. This webinar looks at an alternative solution to the aforementioned problems using a bottom-up drive as opposed to a top to bottom drive utilised by many organisations. The logic here is simple: The people at the cold face are far higher in number than those that occupy management positions and thus initiating a project from the bottom with complete buy in from the cold face means 80% of the aforementioned issues are dealt with and with little management steer huge gains could be achieved

Why attend this webinar:

1. Learn how to utilize readily available everyday tools to improve the reliability of your plant

2. Understand change management models that promotes 100 percent adoption of reliability culture

3. The Key to promoting synergy between top management and shop floor personnel for maximum performance

More information about the speakers:

The Maintenance Institute Africa - Jonathan David - Mr - Twitter

Mr. David is a Certified Reliability Leader (CRL), Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional (CMRP), Six Sigma Certified, and Field bus Certified Professional.. Currently he serves as an active M & R practitioner in the oil and gas sector where is application of best practices has seen savings in excess of 11 Million dollars and plant reliability improved by over 95%. He is the founder of The Maintenance Institute Africa (TMI AFRICA) and organizational seeking to create synergy while promoting best practices among M&R professionals on the continent He is a Member of Society for Maintenance Professionals, Association for Maintenance Professionals, Fieldbus Foundation also an avid speaker at international M & R Conferences

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Information about the Organizer:

TMI AFRICA is a brand, community and an all in one go-to platform for Engineering, Maintenance, Reliability, and Quality & Asset Management Professionals. The platform offers up to date industry information, networking, training, solutions as well as a meeting point between industries and solutions provider across Africa.