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PEMAC issues call for papers for MainTrain 2010 in Toronto


PEMAC — the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada — invites the submission of presentations/workshops for the MainTrain 2010 conference to be held in Toronto from November 15 to 17, 2010.

Since 2004, MainTrain, developed and produced by PEMAC, has been Canada’s premiere maintenance, reliability and physical asset management conference. PEMAC is a national, not for profit association providing global leadership, education and certification in world class maintenance, reliability and physical asset management practices.

Topics of the presentations/workshops should be focused on how to measure maintenance and reliability success and how to prove your value. Key learning takeaways for participants include:

• How to measure maintenance and reliability success;
• Prove value to your company CEO;
• Lower critical asset management costs;
• Increase the life cycle of key equipment;
• Reduce waste with lean maintenance practices;
• Boost production capacity and reliability; and
• Improve safety and environmental compliancy.

Your submission abstract should be maximum 200 words and include your biography and photograph. Case studies and interactive sessions will be given priority. View MainTrain St. John’s, N.L., conference guide at www.maintrain.ca/index.php?option=com_artforms&formid=1&Itemid=45.

Send submissions to maintrain@pemac.org and nclegg@pemac.org, or call Norman Clegg, executive director, at 905-823-7255. The deadline for submissions is June 25, 2010.






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PEMAC issues call for papers for MainTrain 2010 in Toronto

Toronto, ON -- PEMAC (the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada) invites the submission of p...


Toronto, ON — PEMAC (the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada) invites the submission of presentations/workshops for the MainTrain 2010 conference, to take place in Toronto Nov.15-17, 2010. The deadline is June 25, 2010.

Since 2004, MainTrain, developed and produced by PEMAC, has been Canada’s premiere maintenance, reliability and physical asset management conference.

PEMAC is a national, not for profit association providing global leadership, education and certification in world-class maintenance, reliability and physical asset management practices.

Topics of the presentations/workshops should be focused on how to measure maintenance and reliability success and how to prove your value. Key learning takeaways for participants are:

  • How to measure maintenance and reliability success
  • Prove value to your company CEO
  • Lower critical asset management costs
  • Increase the life cycle of key equipment
  • Reduce waste with lean maintenance practices
  • Boost production capacity and reliability
  • Improve safety and environmental compliancy.

Your submission abstract should be a maximum of 200 words and include your biography and photograph. Case studies and interactive sessions will be given priority.

As a reference, you can view last year’s program at http://www.maintrain.ca/Maintrain-Toronto/Maintrain-Resource-Centre/program.html.

Send submissions by June 25, 2010, to maintrain@pemac.org and nclegg@pemac.org or for more information, call Norman Clegg, PEMAC’s executive director, at 905-823-7255.