This two-day workshop is a total interactive workshop that focuses on the importance of failure modes and analysis (FMEA) in the development of a living reliability program. This will be a hands-on working session facilitated by industry experts but performed by the attendees.
The workshop begins with defining failure, the way failure manifests itself and developing a maintenance strategy to address those failures. Attendees will then execute that strategy on actual equipment and perform an analysis on their results to demonstrate the importance of having a living reliability program supported by skilled staff.
This session will reveal the potential cost reductions or avoidances made by bringing all your assets to a state of good. Attendees will walk away armed with tools and knowledge to conduct FMEAs for implementing a successful living reliability program.
Mr. Langley is a Director within the Professional and Technical Services Division of GP Strategies. He has 45 years of experience in mechanical maintenance and training in industrial manufacturing, nuclear, coal, waste to energy (WTE), oil and gas processes, and hydroelectric power generation. Since joining GP Strategies in 1995 Mr. Langley has developed courseware for specific client needs, updated and revised current courseware to include changes due to safety and regulatory requirements and changes in industry standard technology, and designed custom hands-on training equipment per client needs. Mr. Langley specializes in the following aspects of mechanical maintenance and training: