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Industrial Maintenance and Operations

October 19, 2018

Reliable Plant Magazine: October 2018

Featured Article: Realizing the Potential of a Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is like many other big change projects. It’s all about winning the hearts and minds of the people who will actually enter the data or use the system. … (more)

Automation

General

Impairment In The Workplace: Legal Marijuana in Canada Sparks Campaign

BRITISH COLUMBIA – As marijuana became legal in Canada October 17, WorkSafeBC, an agency dedicated to preventing workplace death and injury in British Columbia, aims to spread awareness about impairment in the workplace. … (more)

Facilities

Mobile Power Distribution and Versatility

Larson Electronics has announced the release of a 15 KVA temporary power distribution station for industrial projects. The power distribution unit accepts 480V three phase in the primary side and provides 240D/208-120V AC three phase on the secondary side and features a kick-stand dolly cart for easy transportation.  … (more)

Machines & Equipment

Maintenance

Plant Engineering

Safety


October 5, 2018

Canada-U.S. Reach Deal to Stay in Trade Pact With Mexico

TORONTO (AP) — Canada was back in a revamped North American free trade deal with the United States and Mexico late Sunday after weeks of bitter, high-pressure negotiations that brushed up against a midnight deadline. … (more)

Automation

General

Facilities

Maintenance

Plant Engineering

Politics and Regulation

Technology


September 28, 2018

Conveyor maintenance goes high tech

Conveyor maintenance goes high tech

Conveyor systems have long been embedded with sensors and connected to remote monitoring systems for maintenance and troubleshooting, but advancing technology is quickly taking things to the next level. Sophisticated sensing technology and Internet-enabled connectivity are delivering more detailed information to the DC floor, allowing organizations to move beyond routine preventive maintenance schedules and into the realm of predictive maintenance, where downtime is minimized, equipment availability is maximized, and productivity can reach new heights. … (more)

Automation

Economy

Efficiency

Facilities

General

Maintenance

Operations

Packaging

Productivity

Plant Engineering

Safety

The future of safety signs and labels


September 21, 2018

Why You Should Prioritize MRO

Sweeping things under the carpet. Being reactive rather than proactive. Remaining blissfully ignorant to potential problems. However, you wish to phrase it, putting maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) low on your priority list can have detrimental effects on your obsolescence management plan. … (more)

Economy—North America

Politics and Regulation—North America

Robotics

Safety

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