Breaking The Reliability Cycle of Despair Part 2 [Article]

September 21, 2015 tohanlon@reliabilityweb.com
The Application of Strategic Reliability Principles by Jay Shellogg This article is a follow-up to one the author wrote for the December/January 2014 issue of Uptime magazine that explained some of the fundamental reasons North American manufacturing has not been able to sustain reliable asset performance. The author stated, “Since the discovery of modern asset reliability principles (first detailed by Nowlan and Heap in the mid-1960s) and up until the latest evolution in the 1990s by John Moubray, some 30 odd years have passed, but with little rigorous adoption of these principles into the asset management strategies of North American industry.” In that article, the author explained why the adoption of these reliability principles has been so difficult and what he thinks is required for the adoption of these reliability principles. In this article, the author will expound on those ideas, but warns that sacred cows are going to be slaughtered and it will be messy.
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