Thursday, August 8, 2013
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Outsourcing maintenance: 10 questions to ask your provider
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Production maintenance of manufacturing assets is probably the single most important driver to productivity, quality and on time delivery for manufacturers. The skill levels are extremely complex. But let’s face it: The skilled labor shortage is not going away anytime soon, and this dilemma has brought about a lot... Read More

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Automation service strategy: 5 things to consider
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As the automation workforce ages and nears retirement and as the competitive pressure to “do more with less” accelerates, what does this mean for a plant’s automation service strategy? Manufacturers... Read More

Ten safety valve tips to protect employees, facility, profits
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When things go wrong, safety valves have only one function—to protect your people, plant and profits. When safety is at stake it’s vital not only to have the best equipment but make sure it is... Read More

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Automated welding taking on added importance
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The shortage of skilled workers is no surprise to anyone in the manufacturing sector. You may be just reading about in the headlines or see discussions about it on the nightly news, but we live it.... Read More

AME Lean Summit conference registration open
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Registration for the Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME) Atlanta 2013 Lean Summit, themed “It’s All About Leadership,” is now open. Hosted Aug. 26-29 at the Atlanta Airport Marriott, the... Read More

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The Safety and Productivity Advantages of Intelligent Lifting Devices
This webcast explores the safety and productivity benefits of Intelligent Lifting Devices (ILDs). The session will provide a brief history of the evolution of ILDs and explain how these systems differ from their traditional lifting counterparts.

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Meshing process safety management with total productive maintenance
Meshing process safety management with total productive maintenance

In this last section on the Process Safety Management-National Emphasis Program (PSM-NEP), we will... Read More

How PSM-NEP applies to non-chemical plants
How PSM-NEP applies to non-chemical plants

Process Safety Management, specifically the National Emphasis Program (PSM-NEP) might be terms and... Read More

Where to start? Building a world class MRO process
Where to start? Building a world class MRO process

In practice, it’s easier to ‘build’ a world class MRO process from one that is mature and... Read More

CMMS Horror Stories: Five reasons a CMMS implementation can fail
CMMS Horror Stories: Five reasons a CMMS implementation can fail

As much as some CMMS vendors don’t like to admit it, not every CMMS implementation has been a... Read More

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