September 24th 2018
Presented by The Plant Engineering & Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC), the 20th annual conference features leading experts, practitioners and professionals from across Canada and around the world to share their insights and asset management, maintenance and reliability strategies.
PTDA 2018 Canadian Conference
June 6th 2018
The Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA), the association for the industrial power transmission/motion control (PT/MC) presents its annual Canadian Conference featuring education sessions, keynotes and networking. Visit www.ptda.org.
Physical Asset Management Certificate Program
November 6th 2017
The program, offered in partnership with the Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto, is taught by three world-class instructors. They combine fundamental need-to-know material with new, proven, leading-edge approaches that have shown measurable payoffs. (SCS Course…
Use voltage, current readings to check conditions.
Use it to better predict bearing failure.
Work to be completed in Canada, except when the ships need work overseas.
Kicks off with keynote address by futurist Jim Carroll.
2nd Annual Infrastructure Asset Management East
October 25th 2017
The Canadian Institute asset management conference brings together asset managers from across Canada to share what works and what doesn’t, discuss common challenges and ensure they get the most out of their assets. Learn how to craft or refine your…
Six-year contract, which spans 47 countries, is worth about $700 million.
Three people were killed Apr. 3 when the van-sized boiler blew up at Loy-Lange Box Co. in St. Louis.
For presentation at nation event in Saskatoon, Sask. from Sept. 25 to 28.
A new McDonald’s employee is taught to never be idle. If there’s a lull, start cleaning. The same principle applies in your place.
Measure it using leading and lagging indicators.
Irving Oil expects project to deliver $15 million in benefits to the local Saint John economy.
Optimize your proactive efforts to eliminate them.