Infomine and IM focus on maintenance

first_imgInternational Mining’s March issue will focus on  maintenance – considering whether it is best, in open pits, to work on machines in the shop or in the field. The article will also focus on fuel and tyre management, and look into plant maintenance. That same month (March 9-10 in Vancouver), Infomine, through its EduMine program, presents a two day course by James V. Reyes-Picknell on Uptime – Strategies for Excellence in Maintenance Management. This two day course will help mines:Deliver more uptimeReduce maintenance costsReduce risks to safety, environment and businessShift from reactive to proactive approachesIdentify the changes and how to implement themThis course is part of an EduMine blended learning program that integrates online learning with classroom sessions by industry specialists. A certificate of attendance from University of Toronto will be issued to delegates who complete the course.The course will be of particular interest to purchasing, maintenance, engineering and production professionals from mining companies that operate fleets of large haul trucks and mobile mining equipment, vehicles, plant and facilities. It will also be of interest to suppliers of mining equipment, financial analysts, insurers and lenders to the mining industry to help gain an understanding of what mining companies can do to actively reduce business risks.James Reyes-Picknell is co-founder and President of Conscious Group. He is a published author, teacher/trainer, speaker and a respected professional advisor (subject matter expert) in his field. He has over 29 years of hands-on experience in engineering, operations, maintenance and reliability management and business consulting.Details: Uptime.PD.EduMine.comlast_img