A weekly Maintenance and Reliability podcast covering common industry challenges and what you can learn from them. Each episode dives deeper into critical issues and explains how you can begin correcting theses maintenance flaws today. Sharing new tips and techniques to help you achieve industry best practice and shining a light on widely debated maintenance topics with special guest experts.
Your host and founder of High Performance Reliability James Kovacevic, will take you on a weekly tour of his 13+ years of shop floor experience, along with special guest that lend an expert look inside your maintenance departments problems and concerns.
Plane, train, or automobile, however you re traveling to work Rooted In Reliability is compatible for listening on the go.
259 - Learning in COVID Times with Bill Leahy
Learning in COVID Times with Bill Leahy Welcome Bill to the Podcast. He has held different talks and training sessions around leadership, change management, PMs and many others. Today, we’re tackling important points such as: Should companies be investing in training during COVID-19 pandemic? What are some of the topics that are being grasped quicker [...]
258 - Remove Wasted Time and Frustration from the Maintenance with Zachary Yost
Remove Wasted Time and Frustration from the Maintenance with Zachary Yost Let s welcome Zachary Yost who is an integration lead at CNS. Our main topic will be the removal of wastage in the maintenance work process. Zachary will give us insight on: What were the goals in trying to streamline the work process? How did [...]
257 - Reliability Misconceptions with Fred Schenkelberg
Reliability Misconceptions with Fred Schenkelberg Welcome Fred to today s episode. Our topic will be the misconceptions surrounding reliability. What is reliability? The English dictionary defines reliability as the characteristic of trustworthiness or being able to adhere to a schedule and deliver as needed. On the other hand, reliability in engineering encompasses functionality, probability of success, [...]
256 - Learning Communities with Ryan Chan
Learning Communities with Ryan Chan It is my pleasure to welcome Ryan Chan who is the founder of Upkeep. Ryan has done a lot of work in building online maintenance communities.. He went to University of California Berkeley and graduated as a chemical engineer. His first job was at a manufacturing company where he noticed [...]
255 - Forecasting the Future with Frank Emery & Stuart Fergusson
255 – Forecasting the Future with Frank Emery & Stuart Fergusson Welcome Stewart and Frank to the podcast. Briefly tell us about yourselves Stewart has a background in Big Data and Applied Mathematics and currently specializes in AI at Fiix. Frank on the other hand has a background in manufacturing of consumer products. In this [...]
254 - Defining Subsystems in an RCM Analysis with Doug Plucknette
Defining Subsystems in an RCM Analysis with Doug Plucknette We’re excited to be joined again by Doug Plucknette, an author, consultant, and instructor around maintenance and reliability, to talk about RCM analysis. This topic relates to a previous episode on failure curves. In this episode, we covered: What is an RCM analysis? Why break down [...]
A wealth of knowledge
I have only recently subscribed to the Rooted In Reliability podcast, I am amazed at the calibre of guests and the combined wealth of knowledge contained in this podcast.
I am a tradesman in Australia, I thought this would only be targeting American Engineers but it is informative for everyone in the reliability and maintenance chain.
Starting out as a student studying Maintenance and Asset Management I have found this podcast to be a great insight to the subject. It flows brilliantly and is very informative.