Transitioning from Run to Failure

Turning reactive, "Run-to-Fail" maintenance plans into a proactive one with information from Bill Barto from Life Cycle Engineering.

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Transitioning from Run to Failure

Turning reactive, "Run-to-Fail" maintenance plans into a proactive one with information from Bill Barto from Life Cycle Engineering.

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Does your organization wait until equipment “breaks” to fix it? This maintenance methodology is called reactive, or “Run-to-Failure.” The risks associated with this — high downtime, poor asset life and high maintenance costs — generally drive organizations to move toward more proactive maintenance management methods.

During this session, guest speaker Bill Barto from Life Cycle Engineering provides guidance on the evolution of a primarily Reactive culture to a Proactive one. By the conclusion of the webinar, attendees will:

1) Understand the tradeoffs between Reactive and Proactive Maintenance
2) Understand the risks associated with Reactive Maintenance
3) Learn how to use risk to design a Proactive Maintenance program
4) Learn steps to take from Reactive to Proactive Maintenance

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Topic: How to combine vibration monitoring with other sensor technologies
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Time: 11 a.m. ET
Presenter: John Bernet, application specialist, Fluke Corporation
About: John Bernet will discuss how you and your team can combine vibration monitoring strategies with other sensor technologies to advance along your won connected reliability journey.

2018-03-23T16:56:21+00:00July 23, 2015|Proactive maintenance|