Keynote speaker Nancy Regan is a leading authority on Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and is trusted by global organizations to deliver interactive, informative, and inspirational presentations and training courses.
Her simple, straightforward explanation of Maintenance and Reliability fundamentals show people how to overcome the organizational challenges that are in the way of creating an effective Reliability Culture.
Nancy is a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a B.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering. She is the author of The RCM Solution, A Practical Guide to Starting and Maintaining a Successful RCM Program.
Create a dynamic Reliability Culture within your organization by imagining four infinite quadrants. Successfully navigating three of these assures success, while one promises failure. Join Nancy on a journey through all four quadrants. Using two life lessons, a simple physics equation, a common business skill, and audience participation, you will discover how to foster the environment necessary to achieve most objectives. But creating a Reliability Culture isn’t all about technological details. Most improvement initiatives fail due to lack of buy-in because we often overlook the human element, the most significant factor in any Reliability improvement effort. While emphasizing the role people make in achieving technical objectives, Nancy will reveal how to achieve a culture that supports successful implementation by: 1) getting management on your side and; 2) getting maintenance viewed as an asset – not an expense. Bonus – and if you dare – navigate one of the quadrants towards your own heart’s desire!
Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) is one of the most powerful Maintenance and Reliability improvement processes out there. It is an exciting process that yields overwhelming positive results when the process is applied correctly with the right people. But it is often reported that RCM analysis fails at the implementation stage. That is, the results never get implemented. One of the leading reasons for implementation failure is lack of proper planning. This presentation identifies and explains the main ingredients of a well-planned RCM analysis. Additionally, this presentation details the twelve key steps to follow when planning an RCM analysis. This presentation will show attendees how to get started applying RCM. It details exactly what the RCM process entails, how it is applied, the resources required to sustain it, and the benefits that RCM can provide. By building on the strength of initial results, an RCM program can be established and successfully sustained.
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