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Making Predictive Maintenance Work in Your Facility



Many institutional and commercial facilities are stuck in reactive and preventive maintenance modes. While these two strategies remain popular, a growing number of facilities have adopted elements of predictive maintenance (PdM), though few have bought into it completely. PdM can require investments in technology and change in practices, both of which are challenging tasks. Still, plenty of PdM practices can be adopted without heavily investing in technology while still reducing problems that undermine building conditions and resilience. This webcast will help assess where your organization’s maintenance approach currently stands and will provide a guide for transitioning to PdM. It will highlight discussion points for conversing with upper management on adopting PdM, demonstrating the value of the maintenance program, and acknowledging the way PdM can produce bottom-line results.


Learning Objectives:
1. Define PdM and discuss the ways it differs from reactive and preventive maintenance
2. Explain the benefits of PdM
3. Identify the common roadblocks to implementing PdM
4. Offer recommendations for turning the investments in PdM technology into tangible, bottom-line results

Start Time: 11/2/2016 8:00:00 AM
End Time: 11/2/2016 8:50:00 AM

Presented by:

Michael B. Cowley, CPMM
President
CE Maintenance Solutions

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Room Number: St. Thomas B

Audience: Beginner

CEU: 0.1

Track:

Operations and MaintenanceVIEW ALL


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