Newsletter

At the beginning of every month, Relogica releases monthly newsletter on various reliability, operation and maintenance management topics. The objective of the newsletter is to provide ideas and insights to operation and maintenance organizations in various industry to improve their practices to become world class.

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X/07 - Inefficient CBM program is expensive

04 November 2010

Enhancing PdM / CBM program

Do you really know when your equipment is going to fail?


More and more maintenance organizations in the world are moving away from preventive maintenance tactics in favor of predictive maintenance. Especially for expensive components which we would normally like to utilize its "useful life" to the max before spending the money to replace it.

X/06 - Finding it hard to make Business Improvements Sustain?

21 July 2010

Finding it hard to make Business Improvements Sustain?


Have you undertaken a Business Improvement initiative but find it hard to make the changes "stick", or perhaps you are just about to embark on your journey to Operational Excellence? If so then you may benefit from attending our upcoming training workshop - Sustainable Business Improvement through LEAN.

X/05 - Who Owns Reliability in Your Company?

06 July 2010

Who Owns Reliability in Your Company?


Quite often it is the Maintenance function that initiates the need for improved Reliability, they often make great strides in terms of getting all the necessary failure analysis and maintenance systems in place but still struggle to see any benefits.

X/04 - TPM3-LEAN Principles

06 July 2010

Sustainable Business Improvement through TPM3-LEAN Principles


As mentioned in our previous newsletter, one of the most important findings from a recent manufacturing excellence survey conducted by the famous author Ron Moore is that: "Superior performance of improvement programs is only achievable when everyone is engaged in day to day improvement activities and defect elimination".

X/03 - Are you using technology? Really...?

06 July 2010

Maintenance Information Management

Are You Using Technology? Really...?

In our maintenance pyramid of excellence framework, Information management completes the control elements. This element is about how well we manage the information we produced and collected in the process of managing our maintenance, and also how well we utilize this information to enable more effective and efficient maintenance practices.

X/02 - Are your improvement tools working?

06 July 2010

Sustaining Improvement


In this issue, we will talk about how to sustain the improvent

X/01 - What Gets Measured Gets Done

21 January 2010

Performance Management


Continuing our discussion on maintenance excellence framework, In this issue, we will talk about setting up a good performance measurement set to support good practice performance management.

IX/05 - How Do You Support Maintenance Effectively?

06 November 2009

MRO Materials Management


Three months into exploring the maintenance excellence framework, we have discussed about understanding the maturity of your maintenance organization, defining your maintenance strategy and developing the right maintenance tactics for your assets, and how good work management practice can help you realize your maintenance tactics. In this issue, we will talk about supporting your maintenance activities effectively through good MRO materials management practice.


IX/04 - Have You Tried Planning?

16 October 2009

Maintenance Planning & Scheduling


Effectively Managing your Maintenance Activities


Two months into exploring the maintenance excellence framework, we have discussed about understanding the maturity of your maintenance organization, defining your maintenance strategy and developing the right maintenance tactics for your assets. In this issue, we will talk about realizing your maintenance tactics through a good work management process that is lead by good planning & scheduling process.


IX/03 - Are You Doing The Right Maintenance?

03 September 2009

Control Elements


Effectively Managing your Maintenance Activities


Last month we talked about the need to get ready to improve our operation and maintenance organizations in the anticipation of the busy time when the demand picks up again. We've also introduced our maintenance excellence framework that can be used as means to guide the n
eeded improvement.