Accendo Reliability Live Events
Join the discussion during one or all of these live online events.
Click the Event Registration button and either login (Adobe Connect platform) or create an account. You will receive registration confirmation (be sure to add to your calendar) and a couple reminders prior to the event.
Scheduled for July 10, 2018 at 8am US Pacific time
A 1-hour live webinar, recording available after the event
Speaker: Terry Harris
A Reliable Process Solutions 1-hour webinar event focused on providing you practical content to improve your reliability program today.
This webinar includes a presentation and discussion on:
- Types of Preventive Maintenance
- What is the correct way to determine your preventive maintenance task
- How do we determine the correct frequency for the maintenance task
- What is PM Optimization
- Can predictive maintenance replace preventive maintenance
Mr. Harris is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional, certified through The Society of Maintenance & Reliability Professionals. Mr. Harris worked in the manufacturing/process industry for 26 years. He had devoted the majority of this time to maintenance area efforts with most of his career being devoted to improving the reliability of his plant and other US and European locations. Mr. Harris has been a reliability consultant for 13 years and has performed training in the US, and 30 other countries.
Sign up is direct with Reliable Process Solutions. After payment they will forward the link for the GotoWebinar event or provided access to the recording. There are also options to buy bundles of webinars (3 for $105, 6 for $179 and all 12 in 2018 for $299. You determine which 3 or 6 topics yould like to include in your bundle.
Scheduled for July 10, 2018 at 9am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Fred Schenkelberg
Stress screening, highly accelerated stress screening, burn-in, are expensive activities and to be avoided. Yet stress screening does have a valuable purpose in specific circumstances. Let’s talk about when and why you may conduct stress screening.
Screening of any sort is expensive. It also prone to error. It is best avoided. Yet there are instances when screening, inspecting items in some fashion to determine suitability, adherence to specification, or sorting is the appropriate course of action.
Adding stress adds cost and complexity to the process. It has the advantage of quickening the exposure of flaws, hidden defects, or imperfections. The selection of the stress is important. Selecting the wrong type and amount of stress may not hasten the objective or damage all of your screened items.
Let’s talk about stress screening including why it is such a poor practice and why it should be avoided or stopped as soon as possible. Let’s also discuss how to properly design and run a stress screening process including how to select the appropriate stress, the amount of stress, the different ways to apply stress, the assumptions and most importantly how to avoid needing to stress screen in the first place.
Bring your concerns, questions, and experience with stress screening to this discussion.