Join the Asset Management Council's Maintenance & Reliability in Asset Management (MRiAM) special interest group for a presentation on the art of influencing action, moderated by Shane Scriven, Chair, MRiAM.
Have you ever completed an investigation into the reliability of a piece of equipment or system to determine why its reliability is low only to have the solutions sit and wait for action? It is frustrating to complete an investigation, which can take considerable time and resources depending on the complexity, only to find that it is difficult to implement the solutions due to the ownership of the actions.
How can we change the attitudes in the business and influence others in our sphere to prioritise our actions? This presentation will take you through some strategies to influence those in and outside of your circle to help the actions identified get the priority they deserve.
Date: Thursday, 20 May 2021
Time: 1pm AEST
Cost: Free for AMCouncil members, otherwise $50
Earn: 1 CPD point
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Tanya Viano, Enhanced Problem Solving Team Lead, Shell QGC
Tanya Viano is a Reliability Engineer for QGC Shell for 6 years and currently leads the Enhanced Problem Solving Team reviewing threats on well site and gas facility equipment within an asset that operates and maintains a high volume of well stock. She has over 20 years experience in design, maintenance, and reliability engineering primarily in the oil and gas sector. Tanya is passionate about increasing reliability through the implementation and measurement of tested solutions.