Shon Isenhour, Eruditio


Predictive and Preventive Maintenance October 24, 2017

Five why “nots”: Using more than the “5 whys” method for root cause analysis

Using 5 Whys alone may leave engineers with an incomplete root cause picture, which is why other methods should be considered to help solve the problems and keep them from recurring.

By Shon Isenhour, Eruditio
Maintenance Strategy October 17, 2017

More preventive maintenance is not necessarily the answer

More is not necessarily better when it comes to preventive maintenance. In order to strike the perfect balance, you have to find the right amount of maintenance as well as what tools best accomplish the job.

By Shon Isenhour, Eruditio
Asset Management June 15, 2017

Six questions about reliability vision companies need to answer

Companies that want to use reliability vision should ensure workers are practicing what they preach and make sure the message is transmitted across a variety of mediums.

By Shon Isenhour, Eruditio
Maintenance Strategy November 4, 2016

Three steps to becoming a proactive leader

Proactive leadership may seem counterintuitive to our reactive minds, but it will go a long way to help avoid potential risks or dangers on a project.

By Shon Isenhour, Eruditio
Safety & PPE October 31, 2016

MTTR can cause reliability problems if not used right

The use of mean time to repair (MTTR) to improve reliability can cause problems if it’s used alone, in immature organizations, or if it’s used without an understanding of the potential problems it can use.

By Shon Isenhour, Eruditio
Predictive and Preventive Maintenance January 5, 2015

Ten tips to immediately improve your key performance indicators

Plan, think and manage your way to a better KPI process in the new year.

By Shon Isenhour, Eruditio
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