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Two-day RCM course starts at UofT March 16

Toronto, ON -- Reliability Centered Maintenance - Foundations for Improving Asset Performance is a C-MORE (Cent...


Toronto, ON — Reliability Centered Maintenance – Foundations for Improving Asset Performance is a C-MORE (Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering) Masterclass taking place at the University of Toronto March 16-17, 2009.

 

Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) has a long history of success in improving asset performance for companies in different industries around the world.

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With vendors offering such a variety of approaches to RCM, how can a company determine which one to take? Fortunately, the creation of the SAE JA1011 and JA1012 standards provide consumers with a reference basis for the fundamental requirements for a robust RCM methodology.

 

In this interactive two-day workshop, participants will learn from Paul Lanthier — one of the industry’s leading experts — about RCM’s history, its founding principles and how they are enshrined in the SAE standard. Lanthier is the practices lead for Ivara Corporation’s Aladon Network.

 

Masterclasses at C-MORE are based on its history of application-based research in the field of maintenance management and its connections to leading practitioners and consultants in the field. The objective of the programs is to combine high quality content delivered by leading instructors with the academic rigour of the University of Toronto, a world-class university.

 

These programs are designed to provide practitioners with first-hand knowledge to make them more effective in their workplaces in a short period of time through an intensive, interactive training environment.

 

For details on this class, visit http://www.mie.utoronto.ca/cmore/masterclass_main.html.