Why we can’t proceduralize everything
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Why we can’t proceduralize everything

Unwanted errors & surprises are serious threats to reliability in any high-hazard industry. To address them, many leaders apply a mechanistic approach. They install controls, write procedures, and enforce compliance. But these mechanistic strategies often backfire in adaptive, human-based systems. Learn the difference between Mechanistic and Adaptive Systems See why we can’t “proceduralize everything” in…

What happens after the alignment?
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What happens after the alignment?

Don’t be left in the dark. Alignment processes should include post monitoring to protect the asset and confirm a proper alignment. Elongate the life of your machines with these tips, tricks and technologies from Fluke Reliability alignment experts, Mike Ciocys, Technical Service & Support Manager and Chelsea Fiegel, Service Sales Leader. During this session, we…

Next-generation machinery alignment tools make it much faster to become proficient

Next-generation machinery alignment tools make it much faster to become proficient

Diagnosing and correcting misalignment on critical industrial machines, including compressors, pumps, turbines, and the like, used to be the domain of only expert alignment specialists. But today’s more advanced alignment systems enable maintenance pros with a range of skills and experience levels to succeed in this important endeavor, says David Metz, a veteran millwright and…