Increase Reliability While Implementing Continual Improvement Lean Maintenance Strategies

Jan 20, 2014 2:00pm – 

Ed Stanek Jr.
President, Reliability Solutions
Predictive Service

How can maintenance professionals fi nd the time to work on improving reliability when faced with growing backlogs and restrictive maintenance budgets? Additional capacity for maintenance productivity that already exists in your current department can be found and harnessed through a process based on lean maintenance principles. This interactive, hands-on workshop will provide you with the tools you need to increase reliability and implement continual improvement.

  • How does continual improvement differ from other maintenance approaches?
  • Identifying the resource bottlenecks that limit your maintenance capabilities: How can they be mitigated or overcome to avoid scope creep?
  • Exploring opportunities to reduce the occurrence and duration of downtime with an awareness of your bottlenecks
  • How to make the best use of unassigned maintenance resources to drive continual improvement

Ed Stanek has over 25 years of experience in plant engineering, maintenance, project management and solution design. As President of the U.S.-based LAI Reliability Systems, Ed conducts technical training seminars around the world relating to equipment reliability application, ‘boots on the ground’ training, and implementation in PM Development and Optimization, Work Management, TPM, OEE and Lean-Based Maintenance.