Connected Reliability Webinars

The Accelix Community’s monthly Best Practices Webinars are a great resource for maintenance and reliability professionals looking to expand their industry knowledge and gain insight into best practices from thought leaders across the globe. The webinars provide you with the opportunity to get their questions answered by industry experts.

Upcoming Webinars

Root Cause Analysis

Wednesday, June 12, 2024 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

What is the most effective method?

Does your company perform Root Cause Analysis (RCA) or just failure analysis? What distinguishes these tools and when are they appropriate? Does your company have a written policy or procedure? Are these performed routinely after an incident or notable failure? Listen to one company’s process, challenges and successes in initiating an RCA program.


Lee McClish – Director, Maintenance and Reliability for NTT GDC Americas

Lee is currently the Director, Maintenance and Reliability for NTT GDC Americas, a global telecommunications and data center company. His previous positions were held with BASF, Graphic Packaging and Packaging Corporation of America as a Reliability Engineer, Maintenance Engineer, RCM Manager and Production Manager. He also served in the US Navy as a Submarine Officer. He holds a BSME, MBA, CMRP, CRL, CPMM. He is the author of a recent book “Maintenance Leadership 101” published through Reliability Web and available on Amazon.

How to Leverage AI to Help Define Spare Parts Criticality Methodology

Wednesday, Jun 26, 2024 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Reliability and Operations teams have always struggled with a repeatable process for defining criticality for maintenance spare parts. It is often too easy to make everything critical and often entails a binary method of “yes/no” or “true/false.” Most criticality review processes are static (one and done) and are not revisited nor adjusted with changing business climates. Untrusted, outdated criticality reviews, if any, lead to treating everything as critical which leads to surplus which ultimately becomes obsolete… aka wasted capital.


Jeremiah Woodford, CRO IFS Assets

Jeremiah is a native Texan whose first job out of high school was as a roughneck on the oldest drillship for Diamond offshore. After finishing his computer science degree, he focused his career on asset and maintenance technologies for the asset-intensive industries. For the last 15 years, he has supported clients such as ExxonMobil, DOW Chemical, BP, BHP, PETRONAS, ADNOC, PDO, Total Energies, TC Energy, and many other clients in asset-intensive industries to transform their MRO and drive significant improvements in the spare parts planning processes.

Diagnostic Engine: Empowering Data Analytics

Wednesday, July 10, 2024 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Ensuring the success of your connected reliability program is essential for the management team. Many companies today are facing vibration data overload, where the excessive amount of vibration data exceeds analytic capacity in today’s wireless sensor world Azima DLI manages over 500,000 machine tests per year and uses algorithms, metrics, and processes to sustain those programs. The webinar will discuss changes in vibration AI/machine learning, workflow, and culture necessary to help drive your success.


Steven Hudson, Director, Professional Services

  • Remote Analysis Services
  • Reciprocating Analysis Services
  • Field Services


  • 35 years in PdM
  • ISO Cat IV Vibration Analyst
  • Naval Nuclear Power Engineering (Submarines)
  • SME Marine, Steel, Food, Combustion Engine