Individuals enrolled in a rigorous course of study, educational institution or training program applying to the maintenance and reliability function may join SMRP, but are not entitled to voting privileges, may not hold office, and may not serve on the Board of Directors.
Individuals who are engaged in the maintenance, reliability and asset management fields and related fields may join SMRP, and shall have the right to vote at the Annual Business Meeting, hold office, and serve on the Board of Directors.
Executive Member (Corporate)/Practitioner:
A practitioner in SMRP is a person employed to apply the use of maintenance and reliability tools and methodologies in order to maintain and improve performance of their company’s assets. Practitioners typically work for:
• Companies that manufacture goods or intermediates for the general public (e.g. product mfg., mining, utilities, etc.)
• Companies that provide services excluding suppliers and consultants (e.g. contract maintenance, service industries).
• Government agencies such as the US Postal Service, the Department of Transportation, etc.
• Companies that supply food and/or food intermediates for the general public.
• Companies that supply medicine and/or medical products for the general public.
*Discounts to Academic Basic/Premium members available. Contact email@example.com for information on how to obtain discount codes.
An Industry Partner in SMRP is a person who provides tools, materials, methods, training and consulting to Practitioners in the fields of maintenance and reliability to help the Practitioner maintain and improve the performance of their company’s assets. Industry Partners typically work for:
• Equipment Suppliers (thermographic, alignment, vibration, acoustical, repair parts, etc).
• Training providers.
• Companies that provide testing services, both on and off site.
• Predictive Maintenance Contractor and Service Providers.
• Colleges and Universities.