PODCAST: Suzane Greeman, Greeman Asset Management Solutions.
GUEST: Suzane Greeman, President and Principal Asset Management…
SMRP opens application for 2021 scholarship program
The Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) has…
CMRT exam updated to reflect job advancements
The Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals Certifying Organization…
Tradespeople and The New Digital World of Maintenance
Working with CertainTeed Gypsum and implementing new digital technologies…
E3 Metals awarded Alberta Innovates grant
E3 Metals Corp. received a $1.8 million grant from Alberta…
Canada and FCM fund green projects in Quebec communities
The Government of Canada and the Federation of Canadian…
Clean energy project investments for the Northwest Territories
The Government of Canada announced over $640,000 for two community-led projects…
Canada and Ontario invest in recreational and stormwater infrastructure in Woolwich
Governments of Canada and Ontario have announced joint funding…
First Virtual Expo a Success
MRO teamed up with its sister publication, Design Engineering, to host a virtual expo focusing on maintenance, reliability, manufacturing, design and operations.
CMMS: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
CMMS is a great tool for maintenance including planning and scheduling, but be careful and don’t abuse it. There is good and bad we need to recognize in using CMMS functionality over a paper system. Get the good, avoid the bad, and be better at maintenance.
Water and Bearings
The most effective way of preventing damage by water, is preventing water from getting into the bearing.
Swagelok launches gas distribution program
Swagelok has launched a gas distribution program that offers…
Tools of the Trade
Using the right condition monitoring tools doesn’t have to be hard.
GTA tourism and culture to get operations and maintenance investment
The Ontario government is providing an investment of up…
How to Use a CMMS To Increase Work Accountability in the Maintenance Department
As the world becomes more digital and connected, it is more important than ever that organizations are properly collecting and utilizing their data.
Rockford Systems and ISS Safety partner to serve machine safeguarding customers
Rockford Systems, LLC and ISS Safety, Ltd. have partnered…
Wolseley Canada offers tips for furnace operations
Wolseley Canada, a home HVAC systems and maintenance company,…
Zurn introduces line of smart restrooms
Zurn introduces new Connected product line that integrates restrooms…
No More Firefighting
Imagine an industrial site or manufacturing facility that actually accomplished the mission of every maintenance and reliability professional – zero per cent unplanned downtime.
Main Electrical Substation Upgrades
Part 2 – Project Phasing, Construction and Commissioning
Importance of networking and education in the maintenance world
GUEST: Martha Myers TOPIC: The importance of networking…
Mushy rink reason to think: environmentalist
Eric Reder slides across the rink in his…
Adapting to Maintenance Technology
This year it seems like we are on the front steps of maintenance technology. Manufactures are talking about new advanced maintenance tools, and many are moving toward implementing technological applications to be used by plant engineers and tradespeople.
Military bases struggling with personnel shortages, internal review finds
(CP) OTTAWA – An internal review by the Department…
Maintenance: What Does the Future Hold?
Technology moves at a fast pace, and companies need to adapt quickly if they want to stay competitive in the new marketplace. Maintenance is no exception. What was once an industry that saw maintenance professionals using metal tools and wearing a hardhat, are now more likely to use a tablet to check on their assets.
MRO’s 2021 Truck and Van Preview
While most models for 2021, have engine, package, trim, or colour changes, two of the light-duty pick-up truck heavyweights have made major changes to their vehicles.
Half of Ontario hospitals in poor state of repair; accountability office says
(CP) TORONTO – Almost half of Ontario’s hospitals are…
Preventive and predictive maintenance are two important elements of any equipment maintenance program.
Bearing Quality, Service Life and Fatigue Life
What does the user want? What does the machine
TBM pushes forward with repairs to Thornbury Pier
Town of the Blue Mountains (TBM) staff members have…