Manage risk and deliver throughput at lowest operating costs while achieving ESG objectives
For a limited time, we are offering our 1-day Roadmap workshop - for FREE!
The workshop introduces the strategies required for asset reliability initiatives and provides insight into where they can impact your ESG objectives.
Attendees will leave with an understanding of the challenge of initiating a reliability improvement program and armed with the following tools:
- An understanding of how your site compares to others
- A list of the processes and actions that can be taken to optimize your asset management practices to meet your ESG objectives
- An initial assessment of your site’s current state with identification of the gaps needing to be closed
With our reliability roadmap, attendees will gain the confidence they need to develop a better reliability management strategy, resulting in improved asset performance and ESG objective attainment.
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Managers, Directors, Vice Presidents, Board Members
- Please note, to qualify for the free session, there must be at least one senior leader present
About the Workshop Facilitator
Chris Colson joined Allied Reliability in January of 2006 because he shared Allied’s passion for Maintenance and Reliability. As Managing Principal, Chris is responsible for building successful relationships and engagements between Allied and its clients. He supports client service teams’ execution strategies and is instrumental in helping Allied’s engagement teams deliver world-class service and value. Chris focuses on business improvement elements that yield a measurable return on investment through sustainable change.
Chris has over 24 years of experience in the industry with a focus on engineering, reliability, design, maintainability, and energy management. He understands the challenges that companies face and has a tremendous ability to design innovative solutions that work for them. Prior to joining Allied, Chris worked for a large electrical and mechanical contractor where he developed and managed their power quality division. He managed and worked alongside a team of technicians providing an array of electrical services, including power quality analysis, electrical infrared, motor circuit analysis, cable testing, transformer testing, reengineering design, and the design and implementation of control systems. Chris has demonstrated his technical and professional abilities in a wide range of industries, including oil & gas, primary metals, mining, food & beverage, power generation, automotive, and pharmaceutical.
Connect with Chris on LinkedIn.