Certified Reliability Leader Complete Body Knowledge Uptime Elements PDF download
CRL Exam. Certified Reliability Leader Complete Body of Knowledge – The Association for Maintenance Professionals (AMP) has developed an exam and certification based on the Uptime Elements and it s Reliability Leadership system. Designed to create leaders who focus on delivering value to the triple bottom line of: Economic prosperity Environmental sustainability Social responsibility The body of knowledge that creates the foundation for the exam and certification includes: 1) Certified Reliability Leader Travel Guide: Reliability Leadership 2) Certified Reliability Leader Uptime Elements Passport Series(29 passports) 3) The (New) Asset Management Handbook: A Guide to ISO5500 4) Don t Just Fix it, Improve It! by Winston Ledet, Winston J. Ledet and Sherri Abshire 5) Level 5 Leadership at Work by Winston Ledet, Michelle Ledet Henley and Sherri Abshire 6) People: A Reliability Success Story by Cliff Williams 7) Clean, Green & Reliable A Sustainable Reliability Guide for Industrial Plants by Douglas Plucknette and Chris Colson.
|Don’t Just Fix It, Improve It! A Journey to the Precision Domain by Winston Ledet
In this first installment of the Heroic Change series, James Emery is struggling with balancing his various roles as husband, father, and plant manager for Modern Products Manufacturing. When an accident occurs at the plant, leaving people seriously injured, James feels responsible. He is faced with his own inner demons as the incident brings back memories of a devastating accident that haunts his past.
The accident is the impetuous to drastic changes in both James’ personal life and also his career. He embarks on a difficult journey of Heroic Change, likening the journey to the Holmes poem he admires in which the chambered nautilus, in its silent toil as the spiral grows, leaves the past for the new.
James faces a long road of mistakes and missteps while facing opposition from his subordinates and pressure from his superiors. In his relentless pursuit to create lasting change, James gathers allies by building a shadow network of employees who support his plan for change. James fights to gain respect for his out of the box thinking, while trying to hold his family together as he spends long hours at work. More importantly, he fights to create a safe place for employees to work while satisfying his superiors with improved performance.
James’ struggle is not unlike the mysterious life and death of the nautilus. He uses the nautilus, as well as a shield, as symbols to provide him with inspiration for his own life and spiritual growth as he travels the path to lasting Heroic Change.
Don’t Just Fix It, Improve It is a very easy read because it is told as a story. It is also a good reminder of why you can’t just focus on planning and scheduling. The really good performers eliminate the defects before they ever turn into work orders. Small problems are seldom left to turn into big failures and big problems rarely happen. The authors hit the nail on the head when they demonstrate through the story that improvement efforts which simply focus on driving the right maintenance work practices bog the organization down with too much work and seldom succeed. Only after building in the defect elimination culture and reducing the defects coming into the system can the organization achieve the best practice benchmarks. The small problems don’t clog the CMMS system and the work processes can focus on the big issues. Small problems are taken care of immediately at the source.
| Level 5 – Leadership at Work (Heroic Change Book 2) by Winston Ledet
James Emery continues his Heroic Change journey in this second installment of the Heroic Change series. Due to his staggering success in improving the Modern Products Manufacturing Atlanta site, James has recently been promoted to Reliability Champion at its corporate offices. James has specifically been tasked with improving each of the Modern Products Manufacturing sites. Throughout the journey, James faces site managers who resent his interference in managing their own sites, site managers who appreciate the help but lack the skills of leadership, and other obstacles that threaten to derail his hopes of a successful company-wide change effort in which his own career success is depending upon. James faces conflicting emotions, seemingly insurmountable obstacles, and the impossible challenges of balancing family and work, managers versus leaders, and profitability versus safety in both his personal and professional journey. Will the Atlanta site continue to improve and sustain the change? Or will Atlanta regress while James’ attention is focused on the other sites? Will James be successful in his company-wide change effort? All of these questions and more will be revealed in this heartfelt journey to discovering how Level 5 Leadership at Work can guide an entire organization into truly lasting Heroic Change
| Certified Reliability Leader Travel Guide: Reliability Leadership
The Reliability Leadership Travel Guide: Reliability Leadership is designed to empower you and your team on a self-led journey that will unlock extraordinary value for your organization. The Association for Maintenance Professionals (AMP) has developed an exam and certification based on the Uptime Elements and it’s Reliability Leadership system.
This Travel Guide is a component of the Certified Reliability Leadership’s Body of Knowledge.
|Certified Reliability Leader Uptime Elements Passport Series
Uptime Elements Passport Series – The complete (29) Elements Collection and The Reliability Leadership Travel Guide are part of a holistic system based approach to reliability that includes: Technical Elements, Cultural Elements and Leadership Elements. The Uptime Elements Passport Series and The Reliability Leadership Travel Guide are components of the Certified Reliability Leadership’s Body of Knowledge. The Uptime Elements Passport Series includes: 1) Certified Reliability Leader Travel Guide: Reliability Leadership 2) Certified Reliability Leader Uptime Elements Passports (29)
| The New Asset Management Handbook
If an asset is something that has actual or potential value to an organization, then this book is an asset to you and your organization. Some of the same people who shaped ISO55000, the current international asset management standard, share their knowledge and experience in this book. The aim of this work is to create a new way of thinking about how your organization manages its assets. Traditionally, the assets themselves directed reactive decisions at all levels of an organization based on the latest data or incident. Business analysts agree that reactive asset management decisions are usually not financially optimized. The simple translation is that there is tremendous opportunity for meeting the triple bottom line of financial opportunity, environmental sustainability and social responsibility through asset management. The asset management approaches expressed in the New Asset Management Handbook are designed to connect top management to the physical asset base using a concept called line of sight. Asset management frameworks require that value and acceptable risk be defined and understood at all levels of the organization. This provides the alignment in decision-making at all levels of the organization to deliver value from assets at an acceptable risk level.The revised edition of this handbook has divided the text into topic sections so the reader has a clearer understanding and focus. The sections are: Introduction, Line of Sight (alignment), Derived Value and Financial Impact, Asset Management Enablers,and Case Study
Bob Edwards inherited a totally reactive maintenance group and he’d been asked to make the plant more reliable. Join him as he moves towards World Class, using the best tools available to him – people. In this book, you will learn how empowering and engaging garners the collective strength and how listening becomes a key skill.
Are you getting the most from your vibration monitoring program? Is your program compliant with ISO and other standards? Does your program conform to industry recognized best practices? Are you getting the return on investment you deserve? If you are uncertain or answered “no” to any of the above, then this book is for you. Alan Friedman takes you step by step through an easy to understand process of auditing and improving your vibration monitoring program. Now you can benefit from Alan’s 24+ years of experience in setting up and supporting such programs. Chock full of tips and tricks and easy to understand worksheets to get you started, this book is a must read for anyone involved in maintenance or condition monitoring.