Join us at the premier maintenance and reliability event in North America! The 2013 SMRP Annual Conference is coming to Indianapolis this fall.
You’ll have plenty of opportunities to connect with friends and colleagues – and make new contacts – at one of the world’s largest gatherings of M&R professionals. You also will learn about the latest best practices, case studies and industry lessons. And take some time to relax in one of the Midwest’s most well-known cities.
This exciting three-day conference includes a pair of renowned keynote speakers, 19 workshops, 50+ track sessions and six plant tours. See you there!
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A Letter from the Annual Conference Chair
Dear Colleagues, Supporters and Friends,
EDUCATE yourself by participating in the 54 track sessions and 19 workshops presented by knowledgeable maintenance and reliability experts.
EQUIP your company’s productivity by tapping into best practice solutions and emerging trends.
EXCEL by gaining new skills and knowledge to enhance your expertise in the M&R industry.
This year’s Conference Committee selected new and emerging topics tailored to provide participants an opportunity to gain new skills and knowledge to enhance your expertise as a maintenance and reliability professional or increase your current skill level. The track sessions and workshops follow SMRP’s Body of Knowledge pillars:
- Business Management
- Manufacturing Process
- Equipment Reliability
- Organization and Leadership
- Work Management
As in our previous conferences, you can expect to network with a diverse group of colleagues from all over the world. Conference registration includes events such as a Welcome Reception, Networking Reception, refreshment breaks in the exhibit hall, Shared Interest Group discussions and dozens of presentations.
Kicking off the exciting three-day conference, Waldo Waldman, former combat fighter pilot, will open with motivational teachings of training, teamwork, leadership and trust, and Ron Moore, CMRP, will conclude Wednesday with his words of wisdom. In addition, quality pre- and post-conference workshops will be offered as well, delivered by some of the most prestigious industry leaders in the maintenance and reliability community.
I want to send my sincere gratitude to this year’s Conference Committee, which has worked tirelessly to bring you the best conference offerings available in our industry:
Carl Schultz (Advanced Technology Solutions) Conference Co-Chair
Chris Mears (AEDC/ATA) Track Chair
Maureen Gribble (UE Systems) Workshop and Plant Tour Chair
Jay Padesky (US Gypsum) Education Directorate
Mike Mills (The Mundy Companies) Golf Chair
I look forward to seeing you in Indianapolis!
Yours in reliability,
Gina Hutto Kittle, CMRP, The Timken Company
SMRP 2013 Annual Conference Chair