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MaintenanceBenchmarking.com works with various subject matter experts and a network of over 50,000 maintenance & reliability professionals to uncover better practices that you can use to establish your own goals and measure your progress.

Use this form if you would like to request a new maintenance and reliability benchmarking project.

In 2007 we are conducting several important studies that not only benchmark current best in class practices, they provide a method for self assessment, training and support material so you are not left wondering how to begin your journey to best-in class.

Make sure you are signed up and confirmed (click the confirmation link below every email we send) for the Reliabilityweb.com Newsletter to get future benchmarking study invitations and reports.

2007 Motor System Maintenance and Management Study

This is a 7 part Motor System Maintenance and Management Best Practices Benchmarking Study produced by Dr. Howard Penrose PhD of Success by Design and Terrence O'Hanlon, CMRP, Reliabilityweb.com.

The seven key areas of study for a a world-class motor system maintenance and management program include:

-Electrical Maintenance
-Motor and Driven Equipment Selection
-Commissioning
-Operation and Maintenance
-Electric Motor Repair
-Plant inventory and records
-Utility management

Each study area will included:

  • an online benchmarking study that you can use as a self assessment of your program

  • online tutorials

  • supporting articles

  • MotorBlog commentary

Click a link below to start the benchmark study
Part 1 Electrical Maintenance
Part 2 Motor and Driven Equipment Selection
Part 3  New and Repaired Motor Commissioning
2007 Lubrication Practices Study

This is a 9 part Lubrication Practices Benchmarking Study produced by Mike Johnson, CMRP and Terrence O'Hanlon, CMRP, Reliabilityweb.com.

The nice key areas of study for a a world-class motor system maintenance and management program include:

-Vendor Selection Process
-Lubricant Storage, Delivery and In-plant Handling Process
-Lubricant Technical Selection Practices
-Lubricant Application Practices
-Oil Analysis Program Practices
-Condition Control Practices
-Lubrication Program Management and Personnel Development
-Machine Lubrication Practices Standardization (SOP's)
-Safety, Health and Environmental Practices

Each study area will included:

  • an online benchmarking study that you can use as a self assessment of your program

  • online tutorials

  • supporting articles

  • LubeBlog commentary

Click a link below to start the benchmark study
Part 1 Vendor Selection Process Self Assessment
  Vendor Selection Process Article
Part 2 Lubricant Storage, Delivery and In-plant Handling Process Self Assessment
  Lubricant Storage, Delivery and In-plant Handling Process Article
Part 3 Lubricant Technical Selection Practices Self Assessment
  Lubricant Technical Selection Practices Article
   

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