Egerton Consulting has been working with Dr Suzie Sheehy from the University of Oxford on a new government research project to improve the availability of radiotherapy linear accelerator (LINAC) services, particularly in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs). Continue reading →
Reliability Training and Mentoring for Accreditation
Egerton Consulting is currently leading a training and mentoring programme for a new team of Reliability Engineers that has been set up within British Sugar plc (“British Sugar”). The team is already using its new-found knowledge to identify unreliable or high maintenance plant in order to reduce whole life equipment costs. Successful participants in the 12 month programme will receive Reliability Engineering accreditation within the company.
The Safety and Reliability Society (SaRS) has presented Amanda Egerton with the President’s Award. Given only rarely, this was presented to Amanda on her retirement from the Western Branch Committee for her “outstanding contribution” to the Society. Continue reading →
TXM Plant want to understand how equipment failures or human error might put their machine operators at risk. They have therefore commissioned Egerton Consulting and Liv Systems to produce an in-company training course on FMEA and SHERPA.
Following the 2-day course, Egerton Consulting and Liv Systems will continue to provide hands-on support as the TXM Plant engineers begin to apply the techniques to their own systems.
Goodyear has invited Egerton Consulting to give a 2-day course in Luxembourg on the application of Failure Mode and Effects Analysis to tyre design and manufacturing.
Working with Goodyear specialists we have tailored our open course to reflect the requirements of the SAE J1739 which outlines how FMEA should be undertaken within the Automotive Industry. Click here for more information about our FMEA/FMECA courses, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Egerton Consulting is supporting Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions’ bid to win a £35M contract for the design, procurement, construction and commissioning of a new process treatment facility at United Utilities’ Davyhulme WWTW. Continue reading →