MESNZ drives operator reliability at National Maintenance Engineering Conference
Proponents of TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) and Lean systems will have an opportunity to hear the latest developments in the industrial world when Veera Anantaratikun presents his paper on Operator Driven Reliabity at the 2015 SKF National Maintenance Engineering Conference at Hamilton in November. Veera is being bought to New Zealand by conference sponsors SKF to brief New Zealand industry on the latest trends and successes on this topic, based on a food processing plant case study.
The conference speaking list has been drawn up and the conference team are now finalising the details. As usual, this year’s conference will feature an eclectic mix of holistic topics relevant to line management in industry. As well as operator driven reliability, international speakers on counterfeit will rub elbows with papers on selecting a cmms, job scoping, non destructive testing, electric motor failures, asset management to ISO55000, reliability engineering, shut planning, the new health and safety in employment act, boiler management, corrosion surface coatings, infra red analysis, error management for engineers and a failure analysis case study. More details on papers and presenters can be found on the website http:// www.mesnz.org.nz/conference/programme/
The 2015 SKF National Maintenance Engineering Conference will be held at the Claudelands Event Centre in Hamilton on November 18–19. Registrations are open and seats are filling already for this event, slated to be the biggest ever. With a speaking programme featuring local and international experts and peers, the 2015 event promises to deliver information and inspiration on technical and line management topics for delegates to take back to their workplaces. More details (and even the highlights video from 2014) and online registration details can be found at