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Low Cost Reliability Through Operator Involvement

By Mark Parris and Dan Cameron

Abstract

Lecturepg. 107At most industrial facilities, the engineering, maintenance, and operation groups are under great pressure to increase reliability and also reduce costs. This paper discusses the role of operators in achieving low cost reliability. Although operators can have a dramatic impact on both reliability and costs, there has been very little focus on understanding or utilizing the potential of the people that are closest to the machinery, 24 hours a day. This paper discusses both the reliability that can be achieved if a culture of operator ownership developed and the conditions necessary to develop this ownership

Topics: Pumping machinery
Publisher: 'Biophysical Society of Japan'
Year: 1999
DOI identifier: 10.21423/R1QX2V
OAI identifier: oai:oaktrust.library.tamu.edu:1969.1/164094
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