Experts on reliability centred maintenance sought for PEMAC project
Mississauga, ON – The GTA Chapter of the Plant Engineering & Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC ) is forming a working group to develop a white paper on Reliability Centred Maintenance: KPI’s for Measuring Success’, and it is looking for a few members to join the project team, says the chapter’s Nigel D’Souza.
“We are looking for a lead and five team members. The commitment to the group is attending on-line/in-person meetings approximately bi-weekly for about one hour on weeknights from September to November of 2015,” says D’Souza. “Research and content development (about two to three hours) would be expected between meetings, and we would like the team to present its white paper during one of the upcoming GTA chapter events.”
If you are interested in joining this team, a future team, or at this time would only like to contribute ideas for future working group topics, please complete a short survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GTAWorkingGroups.
Please note that this is a volunteer initiative and the GTA Chapter Executive Committee will advise when team selection has been complete.
For more details about PEMAC, visit http://www.pemac.org.
Bill RoebuckBill Roebuck is the Editor and Associate Publisher of Machinery & Equipment MRO magazine and mromagazine.com.
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