Operations and Maintenance teams can be more efficient and less reactive
IDCON Inc, leader in Reliability and Maintenance Management, has launched a new online training for Work Management Planning and Scheduling. Its goal is to get operations and maintenance teams in sync, become more productive, and have less reactive maintenance. The self-paced, online training is fast, efficient and includes all the essential Work Management knowledge that maintenance and operations professionals need.
- We’ve had a lot of clients who have operations and maintenance teams with different priorities for Work Management, essentially they weren’t in sync, said Tor Idhammar, IDCON’s CEO.
- This lack of synchronicity led to frustration, distrust, and inefficiencies. It doesn’t have to be like that. That’s why we created this new training option. It’s fast, efficient, and gives everyone the same foundation of what a good Work Management Process is.
The self-paced eTraining can be purchased for individuals or organizations. It’s specifically designed to help improve understanding and performance of the Work Management planning and scheduling process.
- Imagine how much better your organization will perform when your Maintenance work has the right priority, so the maintenance team isn’t reactive. Your operators have trust that they won’t be wasting time waiting on maintenance. Everyone in sync, said Mr. Idhammar.
The training is available for individuals, plants, and corporations. Interested organizations or individuals should call +1-919-847-8764, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.idcon.com /training to learn more about pricing and registration.
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