PEMAC Lunch & Learn: Proactive Process Development
January 14, 2016
PEMAC invites you to join our 2016 lunch & learn webcast series. Join PEMAC each month to learn with our insightful presenters, on a variety of topics that will provide you with the tools and tips your organization can use to strive for excellence in asset management, maintenance and reliability. Details about this month’s webcast are below:
Date: Thursday, January 14, 2016
Time: 12:00 to 1:00 pm Atlantic Time Zone
James Gunn, P.Eng., MMP
Lake Utopia Paper
Proactive Process Development
James Gunn, one of PEMAC’s 2015 Capstone Project Winners will be presenting his Maintenance Management Professional Capstone Project: Proactive Process Development, during this lunch and learn webcast.
The Capstone is the final project course of the Maintenance Management Professional program. Capstone Course participants, often working in teams, analyze the real-life maintenance management realities at one of their places of employment and work together to apply the relevant concepts from the MMP program to make a recommendation to advance proactive practices. The Capstone Course instructors nominate the best project proposals in their classes each year and two are chosen for the Capstone Awards. This session will feature the winning students’ presentations of the just-announced Capstone Awards in the ‘Business Process’ and ‘Technical’ categories.
Join James as he shares how his organization found a solution to assist with its pumps and rolls. Finding them highly reactive, leading to lost production, as well as a backlog of overhauls due to a limited skills trade, James was able to implement a strategy of proactive process development. Learn how this strategy has led to $2.51M of increased production over 5 years, $460,000 of freed-up capital, as well as a maintenance efficiency improvement.
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