There are many frameworks for reliability improvement. Most are unnecessarily complicated. The best performing plants in the world are the best, because they focus on the few basics that really matter. We created a simple, yet proven framework to improve reliability focussing on just 4 Essential Elements:
Improving your plant’s reliability is one of the best investments you can make because it will make your plant more reliable, more profitable and safer.
We offer world-class maintenance and reliability online training courses available anywhere, anytime. Completely on demand, so you can learn at your own pace. We teach you what you need to know, but also how to implement it in your own organisation with your own people using our proven implementation frameworks.
Learn what maintenance planning & scheduling is, how it creates value in an industrial environment and how to successfully implement it.
We offer courses on Maintenance Planning & Scheduling tailored to those leading an implementation, practitioners like planners and schedulers, managers, and frontline staff.
Learn how to develop or improve your Preventive Maintenance program using the principles of Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) so you can achieve higher reliability with less maintenance.
We will offer this course on Preventive Maintenance in versions tailored to practitioners, managers, and frontline staff
Learn the powerful principles of Defect Elimination and Root Cause Analysis and how to implement both in your organisation. Learn how to fix forever, and stop forever fixing.
We offer courses on Defect Elimination and Root Cause Analysis tailored to those leading an implementation, practitioners like planners and schedulers, managers, and frontline staff.
Aimed at maintenance managers with a strong technical background, this course teaches leaders how to develop, sell and implement maintenance and reliability improvement programs that deliver sustainable results.
There will be a single version of this course aimed at managers around the globe that lead maintenance & reliability teams.
Most organisations that implement maintenance planning and scheduling do not achieve the long-term results they expected. Often the improvements don’t last, even when the initial