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Maintenance and Asset Management Consultants to Oil & Gas, Mining and Utilities
Maintenance and Asset Management Consultants to Oil & Gas, Mining and Utilities

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Success in Asset Management is only achieved by ensuring that the right behaviours and attitudes are in place in an organisation. Read the article > http://bit.ly/2AtUeP0
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The function of Supply in procuring and warehousing of spares is a vital cog in the machine that keeps assets operating reliably. Being at the tail end of the operational chain, Supply can often bear the brunt of poor decisions that were made by asset designers, or during asset operations and maintenance. Read > http://bit.ly/2n9CCox
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The trend is clear; data collection is now ubiquitous and pervasive. Data is being collected on just about every imaginable variable that can be measured, from the rise of sea level to the number of times you have operated your dishwasher in the last twelve months. Maintenance efforts need to be focused on preventing rather than fixing failures. In order to detect and prevent equipment failures we need data: Condition Monitoring is a continuous loop of data acquisition, analysis and decision making that ultimately leads to better Asset Management. Read the article > http://bit.ly/2AZ3MRh
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Automation is getting more complex, and the human involvement is becoming more important – not only to develop and set it up but also to maintain, operate and improve it. Read the article> http://bit.ly/2zFM7yl
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Without defect elimination you are doomed to repeat the events that are causing poor asset management performance. Good data, good reporting and good questions combine to drive improvement > bit.ly/2lhY05o
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Maintenance is an obvious area for cost reduction and will inevitably put pressure on the maintenance team’s morale. Read how to keep the team positive and focused on the job at hand. http://bit.ly/2h4vWm6
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We often hear companies say that people are their best asset. Those same companies have often invested a significant amount of resources in their maintenance information systems. Yet many of those companies are not seeing the desired results in terms of production, cost, availability and reliability. Why is it that the sum of good people and good systems does not always produce good performance? Read the article> http://bit.ly/2ypRT6A
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Over 50% of all equipment fails prematurely after maintenance work has been performed on it. In the most embarrassing cases, the maintenance work performed was intended to prevent the very failures that occurred! This article outlines the key things that maintenance managers can do to reduce or eliminate the impact of human error in maintenance. Read > Over 50% of all equipment fails prematurely after maintenance work has been performed on it. In the most embarrassing cases, the maintenance work performed was intended to prevent the very failures that occurred! This article outlines the key things that maintenance managers can do to reduce or eliminate the impact of human error in maintenance. Read > http://pos.li/279z2b
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We think that simply rectifying the issue quickly and moving on is all that is needed. In effect, the ‘real’ problem identified remains hidden. Read more > http://bit.ly/2w3HPys
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Is a ‘Green’ KPI really the end goal? This article explores how to look past the sometimes ambiguous metrics of KPIs. https://lnkd.in/gfzp2nY
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