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Lean Practices for Facility Maintenance

Attend this webcast on May 30 and learn how lean has improved workflow efficiency and reduced operating expenses



The goal of a lean process is to eliminate waste and maximize quality. But lean also results in increased efficiency and reduced cost. For many facility professionals, the question isn’t whether to implement lean practices, but how.

Attend the webcast, "Lean Practices for Facility Maintenance" for a firsthand account of how incorporating lean practices across a facilities portfolio has resulted in optimal turnaround time on work processes, workflow efficiency and operating expenses.

The webcast takes place at 11 a.m., ET on Thursday, May 30. fnPrime members can attend for free — a $49 value. fnPrime members should log in and click that link to register for free. Non-members can register here.

Tony Di Tullio, Director of Property Management, Air Canada, will teach the key principles of lean — people involvement, continuous improvement, standardization, built-in quality, and short lead time — and their impact on staffing, inventory and the bottom line.

Di Tullio is a seasoned senior level manager of maintenance operations. With a career spanning over three decades, he stands at the forefront of innovation, process improvement, operations with unwavering responsibility. His experience includes senior management roles in the MRO (Maintenance & repair overhaul) and Airline business before his present role as director of property management for Air Canada.



 
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