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Facilities are increasing in sophistication, and their detailed maintenance and reliability requirements make it crucial to minimize mistakes. To achieve this high level of excellence and continually meet personal and facility goals, you need to be on the cutting edge of information, as it's vital to stay current and actively pursue a better understanding of what is involved in maintenance.
Continuous improvement is an ongoing effort for companies that recognize the value of adopting systems that promote quality production standards. These initiatives are the foundation for developing a strong work culture. To help this mission, corporations worldwide have begun implementing problem-solving and performance-evaluation systems designed to promote lean concepts that continually propel.
The food processing industry operates in a highly regulated environment with strict product quality and safety requirements. Companies rely on different proactive technologies to manage processes and control product quality, and asset condition monitoring has proven to be an effective option.
There are many reasons why a part or piece of equipment might begin to fail. From contamination to wear modes and even basic equipment aging, the threats seem to hide around every corner. But through the utilization of experienced technicians and multiple condition-monitoring technologies and techniques, unplanned asset failures can be prevented.
Facilities are constantly searching for ways to enhance and protect their valuable assets. From large machines to small hand tools, almost no stone is left unturned. But there is one central asset that is often overlooked — the people. A facility can never hope to be a top performer without guaranteeing the success of its employees.
In this episode, the Fire Forged Leader answers the question from Gary Rigdon (Veteran, Electrician, Maintenance Guru, former operations superintendent, consultant, trainer, and all-around great man) "How to create true engagement between leaders and their team. Helping their team members feel valued & valuable".
Live from Reliable Plant Conference, Bennett Fitch explores how to bring the industry together to develop passions and discover knowledge. By being open to discussing challenges and celebrating successes, we can create a community full of innovators, leaders, and teachers.