The Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association (AAMA) Maintenance Symposium is coming in 2019 to the Bryant Conference Center on The University of Alabama’s campus. Presented by The University of Alabama College of Continuing Studies, the symposium will update attendees on the latest in maintenance management and provide the latest updates in building the maintenance/reliability workforce. Check back often for updates!
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The AAMA Maintenance Symposium will be relevant and valuable to new and experienced maintenance managers and supervisors. For professionals in all industries with support from the automotive manufacturing industry, especially:
There will also be an advantage to having representatives from operations and stockrooms attend and provide their perspective and input.
Attendees will hear about updates and developments in managing maintenance costs, implementing reliability-centered maintenance programs, Lean Maintenance methodologies and outsourcing the maintenance management function. It will also provide information about safety and environmental compliance and leading maintenance teams in the organization. The information provided in the symposium can be applied to all types of maintenance environments, including factories, buildings, and fleets.
Attendees will also gain the latest information about building the maintenance/reliability workforce. The pipeline from education and communities is essential to building a culture of maintenance in organizations. Attendees will hear what the state is doing to develop that pipeline.
"I'm excited for AAMA to partner with The University of Alabama College of Continuing Studies to share best practices in maintenance management at the AAMA Maintenance Symposium. Tools shared in our Symposium will help companies continue their journey of manufacturing excellence." Ron Davis, President, Alabama Automotive Manufacturing Association
"Many mainstream conferences have lost focus on the maintenance basics that are so important to automotive assembly plants and Tier 1 suppliers. This new conference hits the bullseye with topics that anyone can use to improve uptime and availability." Terrence O'Hanlon, CEO/Publisher, Uptime Magazine and Reliabilityweb.com
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