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Help maximize profit, minimize risks and achieve sustainable reliability with new Maintenance and Reliability Training for Managers

DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS) and Emerson Automation have collaborated to create a new Maintenance and Reliability Training for Managers offering to help organizations create sustainable reliability. The new best-practice based workshop and e-learning courses are built upon DSS and Emerson’s real-world operating expertise and will help reliability managers accelerate their journey to operational exellence through cultural transformation.

Are you looking for practical knowledge on how to adopt the right strategies and practices to put your organization on a predictable path to operational excellence? This offering will help jumpstart your journey.

Maintenance and Reliability Training for Managers will help you apply operational best practices and elevate your reliability culture

Maintenance & Reliability Principles Workshop Day 1

This expert-led workshop covers the four maintenance models used to determine the maturity of an organization’s maintenance culture. Participants will learn 21 best practices for achieving and sustaining reliability — including maintenance activities, planning and scheduling, management, and how to analyze their organization. These 21 practices are divided in to 8 groups:

  • Leadership Insights
  • Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
  • Maintenance Strategies
  • Applying Technology
  • Preventive
  • Work Execution
  • Supportive Practices
  • Issue Removal

Achieving Reliability Top Performance Workshop Days 2 and 3

Days 2 and 3 involve participants in discussions surrounding the use of best practices to achieve truly sustainable reliability. Day 2 includes a review of common characteristics of top reliability performers and discussion of case studies in which participants determine the application of best practices to common maintenance and reliability challenges. Day 3 is dedicated to participants bringing their own reliability challenges to the group and discussing them with a qualified reliability consultant as facilitator.

Maintenance Principles (e-learning courses)

  • Maintenance Principles: People – This course reviews the importance participation of people in the effort achieve and sustain reliability.
  • Maintenance Principles: Processes – This course covers the various processes to achieve and sustain reliability, including assessments and gap analysis, asset criticality ranking, and defect elimination strategies.
  • Maintenance Principles: Technologies – Employees will learn about the ways various technologies are used to improve maintenance and operation of equipment, including precision and predictive maintenance, data historian software, the Industrial Internet of Things.