CMRP Exam Study

CMRP Books, CMRP Exam Study Resources, SMRP 5 Pillars of Knowledge Books. Click on a book to purchase it from Are you interested in taking the Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) exam? Are you involved in maintenance and reliability? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then these books are must reads!

There are five pillars in the Society for Maintenance and reliability Professionals, SMRP Body of Knowledge:  Business and Management, Manufacturing Process Reliability, Equipment Reliability, Organization and Leadership, and Work Management. The critical knowledge, skills and abilities. The body of knowledge refers to the knowledge a CMRP exam candidate should understand. The following books are recommended by SMRP to form the basis of its body of knowledge.

Authors include Ramesh Gulati, Ron Moore, Terry Wireman, Deming, Jefferey Liker, Juran, Anthony Kelly, Anthony Smith and Steven Covey.


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 By Ramesh Gulati

 Maintenance Best Practices 2nd Edition
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 Workbook to accompany Maintenance and Reliability Best Practices 2nd Edition   Computerized Maintenance Management Systems by Terry Wireman

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Making Common Sense Common Practice  Making Common Sense Common Practice Bundle
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 Juran’s Quality Handbook

 The Essential Deming: Leadership Principles from the Father of Quality

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 The Toyota Way by Jeffery K Liker  Maintenance Strategy by Anthony Kelly
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World Class Manufacturing by Richard Schonberger Gateway to World Class Maintenance by Anthony M. Smith
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 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey  Successfully Implementing TPM by Edward Hartmann