GenesisSolutions, An ABS Group Company, hosted a webinar on EAM Assessment Methodology - Identifying Prioritized Opportunities for Asset Management Improvement on Wednesday, November 19th at 11am ET / 10an CT. This event is part of our EAM Best Practice webinar series.
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All industries are focused on improving asset reliability. This can only be achieved by having a high performance asset management program in place, with the ultimate goal of achieving Enterprise Asset Management (EAM). The journey to achieve EAM starts with a detailed assessment of your organization’s current maintenance and asset management performance. An EAM Assessment will provide the necessary gap analysis to understand your greatest opportunities and effectively prioritize them for closure, ultimately providing you the ability to advance towards enhanced asset reliability.
The EAM Assessment measures the current state of performance on the EAM Maturity Continuum, with progressive states of maturity from the lowest performance level of Reactive to the highest performance level of Enterprise, with common characteristics shown for the various elements in each respective state.
During this webinar an overview of the detailed processes behind an EAM Assessment and the value that it can bring to your organization will be covered. Examples of each of the seven elements of EAM will be shared, CMMS Functionality & Utilization, MRO Inventory Management, Metrics & Performance Improvement, Maintenance & Reliability Strategy, Organizational Readiness, Planning & Scheduling, and Work Management. The EAM Maturity Continuum will be defined and key steps in assessing the current state performance identified, thus setting the stage for the development of an EAM Master Plan which provides the roadmap for the necessary improvements required to positively impact business goals and objectives.
- Fundamental elements of EAM
- Key assessment data collection points
- How to effectively identify and prioritize opportunities
- A comprehensive case study of the greatest opportunities identified from more than 70 completed assessments
Who Should Attend?
- Asset Management Program Managers & Directors
- Engineering Managers & Directors
- Facility and Plant Engineers
- Finance Managers
- Maintenance Managers & Directors
- Maintenance Supervisors
- Manufacturing Engineers
- Operations Managers & Directors
- Planners & Schedulers
- Process Engineers
- Reliability Managers, Engineers and Technicians
Quinton GoForth is the Director of Reliability Services for GenesisSolutions, An ABS Group Company, specializing in asset reliability and leveraging the CMMS to make data driven decisions. Quinton has comprehensive knowledge of asset management operations, systems, and processes obtained throughout his career holding positions in maintenance, engineering, quality, and operations. He has extensive experience improving asset reliability through the implementation of an effective asset management program supported by a well-designed and maintained CMMS, assisting more than 50 customers in the development of strategic plans for improvement utilizing GenesisSolutions’ proprietary assessment and master planning methodologies. Quinton completed his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University, is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP), and also completed Villanova University’s Lean Six Sigma Black Belt program.