In Pursuit of 100% Reliability
Applied Lessons Learned from NASCAR Race Teams
Creating a high-performance, high-reliability work culture is essential in today’s globally competitive world. Equipment is not generally designed to fail. Failure typically happens because of the highly variable human element - we are the biggest reason that equipment does not perform as intended.
Learn how highly competitive NASCAR Cup level race teams pursue, and achieve 100-percent equipment reliability. Their proven techniques are truly common sense and adaptable to capital intensive industries. This session will show how Six Key Principles are applied to race cars from design and build and through routine operations and maintenance. Parallels to industrial equipment applications and actual results will be highlighted: Improved performance & reliability, reduced waste & maintenance costs
Robert M Williamson Biography
Robert Williamson is an internationally recognized educator, author, and independent consultant focused on the "people-side" of equipment performance and reliability. He writes a regular column for Maintenance Technology Magazine entitled Uptime. He has consulted and trained in over 400 manufacturing plants, facilities, utilities, mines, and in petroleum exploration & production. Robert has taught courses on Total Productive Maintenance & Lean Equipment Management at the University of Dayton (Ohio) since 1996. His behind-the-scenes study of NASCAR race teams and pit crews began in the early 1990s and continues through today. Robert is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional, Certified Plant Maintenance Manager, and a Member of the Institute of Asset Management (PAS-55, UK).
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