Reliability Centered Maintenance: How to Reduce Operational Risks and Produce Consistent/Dependable Equipment

Gary Stevens brings over 26+ years’ experience in maintenance, reliability, construction and life sciences to our best practice webinar series. His passion lies in identifying and implementing M&R strategies like reliability centered maintenance and predictive programs. This talk will dive into reliability centered maintenance (RCM), what it is and how it can be put into practice. Gary will break down actions into four easy steps which touch on; evaluation, design and determination, quality and value, and implementation /validation. By concentrating on the reliability journey, RCM reduces operational risks and enables teams to work with consistent and dependable equipment.

Gary Stevens CRL, FMP – Director of Engineering and Maintenance at C&W Services

With over 26 years of maintenance, reliability, and construction experience, Gary Stevens has held various roles of increasing responsibility and led maintenance organizations to achieve their goals through the creation and development of key strategies, including condition-based predictive programs, task coordination, reliability-centered maintenance and planning, and scheduling.

Following his service in the United States Marine Corps, he attended North Carolina A&T for Construction Management and North Carolina State for Facilities Engineering Management.

He is a member of the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals and is an AMP Certified Reliability Leader.

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Original session held on March 1, 2023

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