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Reliable Asset World conference set for May

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2014-03-13

Clearwater, FL - The Reliable Asset World conference will take place May 13-16, 2014, in Clearwater, FL. Organized by UE Systems, the conference will bring together reliability professionals from around the globe to discuss best practices in asset reliability.

Knowing that safe and successful organizations are grown from a strong and unwavering reliability program, this conference aims to enhance current efforts while providing new and innovative ways to increase production, decrease downtime, and take a program one step closer to achieving world-class results.

The conference will feature keynote presentations from Shaun Flaharty, director of engineering and maintenance for Kraft, and industry veteran Jack Nicholas. There will be pre-conference workshops on: Setting Up a Successful Reliability-Centred Lubrication Program and How to Integrate Multiple Predictive Technologies into a Condition-Based Monitoring program. 

A post-conference workshop will focus on NFPA-70e and electrical safety.

The conference line-up consists of leading experts from NASA, URS Corp., ENSCO Worldwide, Exiscan, Allied Reliability Group, MRG Inc and more.

Topics include everything from setting up a strong and successful reliability program, to understanding the newly released ISO 55000 standard for asset management, to how reliability can drive financial success.

The conference will be co-located with UE Systems’ 10th annual Ultrasound World Conference.

To learn more visit www.reliableassetworld.com.



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