National Maintenance Engineering Conference Papers Promise Information And Inspiration
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The Maintenance Engineering Society’s National Maintenance Engineering Conference has a long history of presenting papers that inform and inspire maintenance engineers in topics that range from pure engineering to day to day line management issues. The 2015 SKF National Maintenance Engineering Conference, to be held at the Claudelands Event Centre Hamilton on November 18,19 is no exception to the rule, with a bevy of speakers from as far away as Sweden and as close as Hamilton.
MESNZ insist on short sharp interesting papers with a weighting towards case studies. Experts are mixed with peers and practitioners, ensuring that engineers can relate the solutions on show to their own work situations.
Speaker Facilitators Barry Robinson and Larry Wiechern are constantly searching for quality speakers to present at the national conference, sometimes planning over a year ahead of each event. With the assistance of event sponsors SKF, this year’s agenda is shaping up to be one of the best yet. Here is the confirmed list of speakers:
Prosolve David Odering
– Lisa Drysdale, Fonterra – Daré Petreski, Delta Asset Reliability
Your people and the new Health and Safety in Employment Act Boilers Corrosion: Surface Coatings, CUI
– EMA – Bryce Mackereth, Spirax Sarco
– Raed El Sarraf, Opus International Consultants – Wayne Ruddolk, USA
– Andrew McGregor,
Infrared Analysis Error Management for Engineers
Forensic Engineers Casebook (Failure Analysis Case Study)
Up to date details on papers and presenters and the event timetable can be found on the conference website http:// www.mesnz.org.nz/conference/programme/ Registrations for the
2015 SKF National Maintenance Engineering Conference
at the Claudelands Event Centre in Hamilton on November 18,19 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 http:// www.mesnz.org.nz/conference/