IDCON Courses
Results-Oriented Reliability and Maintenance Management

This course is offered one more time in 2013:
October 22, 2013
Seattle, Washington 

This seminar will reveal how your organization can build and sustain successful reliability and maintenance improvements.  Topics covered include common improvement obstacles, how to measure reliability, best practices maintenance system, tools, creating a culture of reliability, building partnerships, understanding key performance indicators, setting a vision and plan of action.


The front line of operations and maintenance includes supervisors, team leaders, planners, coordinators, craftspeople and operators. This is where all improvement initiatives developed by managers meet reality and where results will be delivered or not.


With very few exceptions, organizations know what they need to do but many do not execute.


Why do so few do it and why so few achieve world class performance?


This seminar has been delivered to hundreds of companies to start or improve their manufacturing organization’s improvement initiatives and is consistently rated “Best” presentation at conferences world-wide.


To get the best value from this unique and practical seminar it is recommended that you participate with a team that includes

operations and maintenance managers, front line leaders, planners and trades.


Who Should Attend:

This seminar is designed for operations and maintenance personnel including:

  • Operations and Maintenance Managers
  • Supervisors in operations and maintenance
  • Superintendents in operations and maintenance
  • Team leaders
  • Engineers
  • Senior operators
  • Planners/Schedulers
  • Operations and Maintenance Coordinators

 This is the course for YOU!

You will get:

  • IDCONS's 112-page Results Oriented Reliability and Maintenance Management manual valued at $95
  • Class notes and exercises
Topics Covered:

  • Common improvement opportunities and obstacles
  • How to measure and value reliability
  • How time is used in poor, good and great maintenance organizations
  • Why many reliability improvement initiatives do not deliver projected results
  • Best practice maintenance system, processes and elements
  • The difference between system and tools
  • Creating a culture of reliability
  • Building the organizational partnership between Operations, Maintenance,
  • Engineering, and Stores
  • Key Performance Indicators
    • Useful and useless
    • Driving and results
  • Discover the gap between where you are and where you can be
  • Developing a strategy, vision, mission and action plan to reach your measurable vision
  • Optimization of maintenance- how to do it and is there an optimum?
  • Selling reliability and maintenance in financial terms to top management

 Price: $695 per person (USD)