Reliable Manufacturing at Factory Health & Maintenance Conference 2014

Andrew Fraser, Managing Director of Reliable Manufacturing, will give a presentation entitled ‘A reliable plant is a safe plant, is a cost-effective plant’ at the Factory Health and Maintenance Conference 2014 at the Gaydon Motor Heritage Centre.
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GAYDON, England - April 2, 2014 - PRLog -- At this year’s Factory Health & Maintenance Conference Andrew Fraser, Managing Director of change management consultancy, Reliable Manufacturing, will demonstrate how reliability is the key to safety. The event takes place on 5 June 2014 at the Gaydon Motor Heritage Centre in Warwickshire.

All factories recognise the importance of safety, but its link to maintenance is sometimes overlooked. “Planned maintenance is key to creating a safe working environment - ignore this at your peril,” warns Fraser. “Studies show that increasing the proportion of preventive and predictive maintenance work results in a clear decrease in the number of injuries, in some cases by as much as 50%.”

In his presentation, ‘A reliable plant is a safe plant, is a cost-effective plant’, Fraser will argue factories should be giving reliability the same credence as safety. “Although reliability isn’t the only way to ensure a safer plant, it is very difficult for companies to have a good safety record without being reliable. Not only does higher asset utilisation have a clear correlation with improved safety, of course it helps to generate more revenue too and reduce costs in a sustainable way,” he says.

Using a combination of case studies and industry data, Fraser will demonstrate how the best plants are able to compete globally through the application of an holistic top-down and bottom-up 'reliability strategy’ and provide practical advice on how this can be implemented at the delegates’ own plants.

The one-day event is designed to help plants discover and deploy safety and maintenance best practice, and will cover the following topics:

Maintenance operator safety
Organised maintenance and design for safety
Outsourced maintenance
Occupational risk prevention
Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER)
Efficient maintenance operations
Maintenance and CI: path to excellence

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