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South Korea Welcomes RCM3™

Posted on: October 9th, 2019 by Aladon

Considered the most wired and educated country in the world by CNN, 82.7 percent of South Koreans are connected to the Internet and 98 percent of the population receives a high school education. However, in the realm of asset management, the Asian country is not as advanced. Dr. Gang-Min Lim, PhD, CEO, Asset Technology Group,
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Guiding Organizations Toward Proactive Maintenance

Posted on: May 21st, 2019 by Aladon

Meet Aladon Network Member Jeff Shiver, CMRP Reactive maintenance, rather than proactive, is still the most common maintenance strategy that Jeff Shiver, a founder of People and Processes, sees in his nearly 30 years working in reliability. “Sixty percent of organizations are still reactive,” says Shiver. “People can hear about information on RCM and similar
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Using templates for RCM content

Posted on: October 9th, 2011 by Aladon

Using a template in RCM content has been a contentious issue in the past due to concerns that the content will be applied without the requisite consideration given to operating context. However, with the appropriate guidelines in place, practitioners can save valuable time in the analysis phase by reusing existing RCM2™ or RCM3™ analysis content.
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How do we get involvement of Equipment Specialists in RCM2 Analyses?

Posted on: September 9th, 2011 by

One of the common challenges faced when preparing to conduct Reliability Centered Maintenance analyses is obtaining the commitment to dedicate resources for the duration of the analysis. Managers are always looking for ways to reduce the involvement their most valued resources (equipment specialists, operators, tradespeople) will play in the RCM2 analysis. In today’s typically short staffed
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RCM Facilitators & Implementers Need to Work as a Team for Success

Posted on: April 11th, 2011 by

Conducting an RCM2 analysis is the important first step in developing an effective asset reliability program, but the effort doesn’t stop there. In order to gain the maximum benefit from the analysis effort, the implementation of the analysis results must follow. Just as the Facilitator requires a specific set of skills to conduct an analysis,
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