This course covers a unique, non-compartmentalized approach to plant/unit reliability. You will explore reliability concepts through interactive, team-based exercises that showcase the tie between “buy in” and results across the entire organization. Come explore how your company’s best investment opportunity is in reliability.
Tue, May 9 2017
You Will Learn
- Plant wide reliability concepts
- How you and your team affect the reliability of assets
- How reliability ties to all aspects of the organization together
- Practical application of concepts through real life scenarios
- How safety and environmental performance is tied to reliability
Who Should Attend
Any member of an organization that cares about the reliability of assets and processes. All levels of the organization can benefit from improved understanding of reliability concepts and how to apply them.
An understanding of plant processes and terminology. Experience with operations, maintenance, and or engineering is a plus.
John Mleczewski is a reliability professional with over 15 years of experience in the refining, chemical, and air gas businesses. His cross industry experiences include several site and unit reliability improvement results, turnaround execution, maintenance process implementation, leadership program development, and technical program upgrades.
John is a graduate of Iowa State University with a BS ME. He has completed several professional courses on leadership, collaboration, and conflict resolution.
Payment is due prior to the start of the seminar by Visa, Master Card, American Express, bank wire transfer or corporate check. Training fees will be charged to your credit card at the time of registration unless other arrangements have been made. Make checks payable to “Coking.com Inc”.
Fees are fully refundable until April 17, 2017 (three weeks before the event), after which a $200 USD fee will be charged for cancellations. Registering for this training course prior to April 17, 2017, will help maximize the probability that the course will proceed as planned. Cancellations after May 1, 2017 (1 week before class until 24 hours before class) are charged a 50% fee. All other cancellations and no-shows are non-refundable. Substitutions are allowed. Submit all cancellations and transfers in writing, by email or by fax.