Tuesday, May 21, 2013
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The 14 elements of OSHA inspections: How they affect maintenance processes
The 14 elements of OSHA inspections: How they affect maintenance processes

In the second of three parts, John Ross examines OSHA's 14 elements from their National Emphasis Program (NEP)Read More

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Managing alarms effectively
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Many SCADA systems have built-in features that can be used to improve alarm handling, operator response times, and root cause analysisRead More

Lubrication strategy and energy management
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Plant Engineering content manager Bob Vavra discusses lubrication maintenance strategy and its impact on energy efficiency with Geoffrey Polanek, industrial advisor for Mobil Industrial LubricantsRead More

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Decoding "efficiency" for mechanical draft fans
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Indoor air quality: In the industrial sector, efficiency is a hot topic, and one increasingly relevant to the design of mechanical draft fansRead More

Using Lean to add value, achieve operational experience
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Lean manufacturing can be measured for operational excellence in three ways to ensure manufacturers are getting the most efficiency and engagement from their workers and machinesRead More

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The Safety and Productivity Advantages of Intelligent Lifting Devices
This webcast will explore 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.

Speaker: Mark Grandusky, Gorbel Product Manager, G-Force Systems

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Featured Blogs
Setting a cadence for your failure analysis efforts
Setting a cadence for your failure analysis efforts

I have decided to address this topic because I believe that we are leaving a lot of value on the... Read More

Top 10 signs your company just doesn't get reliability
Top 10 signs your company just doesn't get reliability

In honor of the new year, I have listed some of the sure-fire signs that your company may not be... Read More

Abnormality reporting is the key to proactive maintenance
Abnormality reporting is the key to proactive maintenance

If we do not report the abnormalities as soon as they are detected, we are robbing the organization... Read More

Three things all shutdown managers need to know about their critical path
Three things all shutdown managers need to know about their critical path

There is much opportunity to be gained by using some simple tools to calculate and manage to the... Read More

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