Mobius Institute has Released Their “Roadmap to Reliability Summit Series” Dates for Europe, Australia & USA during Year 2015
Mobius Institute has announced its schedule for the 2015 “Roadmap to Reliability Summit Series”. The two-day events will be held in Atlanta, Antwerp, Houston, Melbourne, Perth and San Diego to provide a venue for plant managers, operation and maintenance managers, and reliability specialists to meet, learn reliability strategy and best practices needed to implement sustainable reliability improvement initiatives.
The first 2015 event will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on April 29-30. The entire schedule and details for all locations can be seen on the event website at www.R2Rsummit.com .
The “Roadmap to Reliability” is a working strategy that defines proven practices to improve industrial plant reliability and helps plants to develop a reliability culture that is needed to sustain positive change. It is a common-sense strategy that manages change from the traditional reactive (fault identification and repair) approach, to a proactive approach that introduces improved asset management, improved work management and maintenance practices, defect elimination and proper application of condition monitoring technologies.
Change then is realized through reduced operational stress, eliminating unnecessary repair events, and allows a plant to operate at its highest potential output with the least disruption and cost.
Each Summit event registration will be capped at 30 attendees, so that it can be conducted in a forum-style format and allowing participants to interact effectively with each other and the speaker.
The Roadmap to Reliability strategy has proven to be very popular with attendees. Most recently it was delivered to a sold-out audience at the University of Tennessee’s Reliability & Maintainability event; MARCON 2015 in Knoxville, Tennessee, where 100 percent of participants surveyed indicated that they found the Roadmap to Reliability strategy to be valuable and they would recommend the event to others.
Jason Tranter is the key presenter of the Roadmap to Reliability event. Mr. Tranter has been involved with reliability and equipment condition monitoring for 30 years, and is the founder of Mobius Institute with its training centres in 50 countries. Not only an expert in industrial reliability and machine condition monitoring, he is a popular speaker, having received numerous “best presenter” awards at reliability and condition monitoring conferences in Australia, Europe and the United States. Mr. Tranter is also a delegate on the ISO Technical Committee 108, Sub-Committee 5 (TC108 SC5) “Condition monitoring and diagnostics of machine systems”. And, through Mr. Tranter’s success in delivering quality, industrial education throughout the world, Mobius Institute has earned the prestigious Governor of Victoria Export Awards in 2003, 2007, 2008 and 2012.
– Through decades of experience and collaborating with the best minds in industry, we’ve identified the most successful strategies in implementing reliability improvement, said Jason Tranter, founder and managing director, Mobius Institute.
– The Roadmap to Reliability teaches a common-sense approach to these proven strategies that will have a positive and lasting impact on a plant’s reliability improvement initiative, he continued.
To learn more about the Roadmap to Reliability Summit Series, go to www.R2Rsummit.com .
To learn more about Mobius Institute, go to www.mobiusinstitute.com .
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