In the fields of maintenance & reliability, there are a number of certifications that “M&R” professionals may take to help further their careers, whether it be in the form of a promotion, a change of job, more money, or simply a title to add to their credentials. The exams for these tests assess the candidates’ skills and knowledge in areas such as work management, equipment reliability, leadership and organization, knowledge of the different certifications’ bodies of knowledge, manufacturing process reliability, and business management, as well as their ability to adhere to industry standards (both ANSI and ISO).
Until now, there has not been a single volume for maintenance and reliability certification candidates to use as a study guide for these exams. The Maintenance and Reliability Certification Exam Guide fills the great need for such a resource by including:
- specifics about the different tests.
- how to study for each.
- information on where to focus review efforts.
- hundreds of sample exam questions.
- vital facts about re-certification.
- practical tips for maintenance and reliability professionals to take back with them to use on the job.
Chapters include a list of performance objectives, review questions, as well as lists of supportive reading. Related graphs, tables, charts, and illustrations round out this indispensable work for all maintenance and reliability professionals seeking certification.
Dr. Nathan C. Wright, D.M., MBA, CMRP, PMP, MLT1, is a no-nonsense Senior Manager with more than 35 years of successfully transforming troubled companies or divisions in the heavy equipment, manufacturing, mining, food and beverage, and defense industries. Wright offers a history of outstanding success in quickly bringing organizations to greater productivity, revenues, and win-win customer relations. He holds a Doctorate of Management, MBA, Licensed PMP, CMRP, & MTLI, and is known and respected for leadership in three primary areas: General Management, Operations Management, and Maintenance/Reliability Engineering Management.
- Chapter 1: Maintenance & Reliability Organizations
- Chapter 2: Maintenance & Reliability
- Chapter 3: Exam Preparation
- Chapter 4: Bodies of Knowledge
- Chapter 5: Leadership
- Chapter 6: The Business of Maintenance
- Chapter 7: Work Management
- Chapter 8: Asset Condition Monitoring
- Chapter 9: Industry-Specific Processes
- Chapter 10: Equipment Condition Reliability
- Chapter 11: Re-certification
- Chapter 12: Summary