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Communicating Reliability: Are We Speaking the Same Language?

What is Reliability? How is it influenced, if at all, by Asset Management, Maintenance, Operations, Safety, and/or Quality (or is it the other way around)? Learn how to effectively communicate what Reliability is so that the entire organization can reap its benefits.

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Communicating Reliability: Are We Speaking the Same Language?
Communicating Reliability: Are We Speaking the Same Language?

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Mar 28, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

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While we often talk ‘Reliability’ and ‘High Reliability Organizations’, it’s been my experience that we all have a different view and definition of Reliability. What is Reliability? How is it influenced, if at all, by Asset Management, Maintenance, Operations, Safety, and/or Quality (or is it the other way around)?

I had the privilege of literally growing up in a 'Reliability' household. Charles J. Latino, in 1972, established the first Global, Corporate R&D Reliability Center in manufacturing for Allied Chemical Corporation (known as Honeywell today).  His team's research focused on Equipment, Process and HUMAN Reliability. I believe this experience has provided me with a different paradigm than most, when it comes to 'what is Reliability' especially Human Reliability.

This presentation will focus on holistic Reliability Engineering approaches and how are interdependent on other departments, in order for the entire organizational system to succeed.

In order for us to reap the benefits of ‘Reliability,’ we need to be able to effectively communicate what it is, so that all have a common understanding.

In the end, we will see that no matter the acronyms we use to describe what we do, WE ALL HAVE UNITY IN PURPOSE!

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