The proactive efforts of the Uponor maintenance team power a strategy that keeps the machines running and maintains optimum PEX-piping quality.
Stand-alone issues may actually have some things in common. Rooting out those factors is the only way to prevent such problems from recurring.
Strategies from other industries can be relevant and helpful for manufacturing operations, as can learning from the missteps of others.
Applying defect-elimination tools such as root-cause analysis can remove the reactive work that prevents sites from performing essential proactive care tasks. In addition to discussing why root-cause analysis is important, how to do it right, and what it means to reliability, this webinar will provide a common-sense approach that can be implemented within the demands placed on those charged with maintaining/restoring equipment function.
If you’re tired of putting out “fires,” participate in this webinar and so you can start preventing them.
Click here for fully interactive product samples, and more information on the tools you can use to keep things running.
Congratulations to Ronald Barr, Maintenance Manager at Petersen Precision Engineering in Redwood City, CA. Ronald won a $50 American Express gift card for responding to our 2015 Maintenance Technology State of the Practice Survey.
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North American Maintenance Excellence Award honors manufacturing, processing, and service industry sites that have achieved world-class excellence in their maintenance, reliability, and capacity assurance.
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