3 Ways to Create a Culture of Reliability in Your Organization

Posted on: June 3rd, 2019 by Aladon

Many senior managers initially support the idea of reliability. Who wouldn’t?! But these same individuals mistakenly think this is an easy fix that they can do on their own or that can be bought and then installed. When that doesn’t happen, these same managers will give up on a reliability plan before the organization makes
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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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Aladon Network Member Profile: Meet Carlos Perez

Posted on: May 14th, 2019 by Aladon

For 30 years Carlos Perez Uribe of Soporte & Cia. SAS. has worked with countless industries in South America to train and apply Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM). He works in a range of industries, including: transportation, electric, mining, military, aqueduct, industrial, petro chemical, services and food. In addition to his work as an RCM2™ Aladon Network
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Network Member Profile: Meet Jay Shellogg, Strategic Maintenance

Posted on: April 7th, 2019 by Aladon

When Jay Shellogg, owner and founder of Strategic Maintenance, first learned about Aladon’s approach to reliability centered maintenance, he immediately recognized its benefits and sustainability. He jumped at the chance to master RCM2. At the time he was a maintenance engineer working in the heavy process manufacturing industry of pulp and paper in Arkansas, at
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Women in Engineering: One Practitioner Reflects on Women in Engineering

Posted on: March 7th, 2019 by Aladon

While women have increased their presence in professions traditionally dominated by men—such as business, medicine and law—the number of women in the U.S. in engineering has not increased since the early 2000s, according to the Society of Women Engineers. However, around the globe, there has been a steady increase across several countries in the number
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