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August Lecture Series - Kate Kerrigan
Asset Hierarchy and Its Importance
One of the foundational elements of asset management is the asset hierarchy system. A good hierarchy system enables the collection, exchange and analysis of data. It is designed around the business needs...the needs for financial, reliability, production, maintenance and other asset information. This session will go over common uses of asset information and how hierarchy decisions enable or hinder them. Hierarchy provides the framework for metrics and decision making. Along with asset master data, the hierarchy structure provides the foundation for your asset management system.
Kate Kerrigan specializes in maintenance and reliability management and has in-depth experience implementing Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) and Lean Manufacturing. Through her teaching, coaching, and mentoring, Kate has led several industry-leading organizations in improving their bottom line and increasing their systems’ reliability. She has a diverse background with industry vertical experience in food and beverage, consumer products, pulp and paper, and automotive industries. Throughout her career, Kate has held positions as a Plant Manager, Maintenance Manager, Reliability Leader, and Operations Analyst, and is currently Operations Director with Allied Reliability Group.
Tuesday, August 13, 2019, 3:00 PM
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