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Let Others Make the Mistakes – It is More Efficient

By Glenn Wallace, November 2, 2017

Lessons Learned in Construction

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All Hands Topside for Stores Load

By Glenn Wallace, August 22, 2016


Below are typical pictures of how food and parts are loaded on a submarine prior to deployment.  Yes, it is a very manual and laborious job and often requires crew from multiple departments of the boat.


 In civilian industries, it is not quite that difficult to load parts into the warehouse.  But often times, many of those parts in the warehouse can be critical to the success of your organization when a component goes down and it takes your entire processing line with it.

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How do you develop your organization’s maintenance program?

By Glenn Wallace, August 18, 2016


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Maintenance & Reliability: Goldilocks and the Three Bears

By Glenn Wallace, August 11, 2016

Like Goldilocks, most of us are trying to find that reliability program that is “just right” for all of our equipment and processes.

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How to Understand ASTM E2500