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WEBINAR: Maintenance Management Amid Covid-19


REGISTER HERE: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3416892218345767950

Please join us on Wed April 22, 2020 at 12 p.m. EDT.

Many maintenance professionals work in essential services and are currently working to – keep the lights on and homes warm, produce transportation and heating fuels, ensure clean drinking water and manage waste water, produce the needed paper products, including the raw materials for masks and medical supplies, keeping university laboratories open to make sure that the researchers can focus on vaccine development, and the list goes on.

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Given the rapidly changing environment, the necessity for a well-developed maintenance management approach is evident.

This webinar will explore how organizations are addressing immediate staffing and ongoing execution of maintenance activities through this critical period in their asset life cycle.

A Q&A discussion on maintenance management considerations for participants’ organizations will follow.

Maintenance and operations managers don’t always have the ability to work from home, their ongoing efforts to keep things functioning, and communities healthy are greatly appreciated.

The webinar will be led by Susan Lubell P.Eng MBA MMP CAMA. She is the author of Root Cause Analysis Made Simple, specializes in asset management and reliability strategy, cost effective lean maintenance programs and operational excellence. Lubell brings over 25 years of practical experience to drive asset management, maintenance and operational business improvement in producer companies. She is the National President for PEMAC Asset Management Association of Canada, and Chair of the World Partners in Asset Management (WPiAM). She also teaches for both the Maintenance Management Professional (MMP), and Certified Asset Management Professional (CAMP) certification programs.

Please join us on Wed April 22, 2020 at 12 p.m. EDT.

REGISTER HERE: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3416892218345767950