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Tune Up Maintenance and Reliability at your Mill

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TAPPI and IDCON work together in partnership to help industry professionals like you improve your reliability and maintenance practices.

One such area of improvement could help you contribute to better prevent and eliminate problems at the mill:

IDCON Root Cause Problem Elimination - Work Processes 
November 6-7, 2019
Raleigh, North Carolina

This two-day course teaches a structured approach to problem elimination. Unlike the commonly used Root Cause Analysis, the training focuses on the steps required to eliminate the failure/problem rather than just analyzing it.

Analysis from IDCON shows that 80 to 90 percent of all equipment problems can be eliminated by training and implementing basic problem-solving methods for the front-line.  The 10 to 20 percent remaining require more structured problem solving and a larger group.

Review the Course Outline.

IDCON Work Management Planning and Scheduling Course
December 10-11, 2019
Raleigh, North Carolina

You're likely often focused on planning and scheduling.  It's the core for achieving excellence in uptime, preventive maintenance, utilization of labor, maintenance cost control, coordination of maintenance schedules with production schedules and much more.

This hands-on training delivers IDCON's 40 years of field experience and provides attendees critical information they need to improve maintenance planning and scheduling practices.

Review the Course Outline.

IDCON courses are priced at $989 per student per course.   This price includes all materials, lunches and breaks.

TAPPI's 2019 Training
Interested in more training like this?  Take a few moments to review TAPPI’s comprehensive schedule of face-to-face training events planned in 2019 at TAPPI's Event Calendar.


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