Courses at RAMS 2022

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The following special course is presented by ASQ’s Reliability and Risk Division at RAMS 2022. Registration link
Sunday course canceled
January 27, 2022
January 28, 2022
January 27, 2022, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
and January 28, 2022, 8:00 a.m. – noon
Sonoran conference room at the El Conquistador Resort

Getting your boss’s boss to understand is one of the most challenging aspects of the job of a RAMS professional. This workshop will fill many of the gaps associated with communicating reliability, risk, and resiliency to senior decision makers. In addition to standard material, this popular workshop has been updated in 2022 to include specific material related to business case evaluations (BCEs) and root cause analysis (RCAs). The workshop is targeted for the intermediate level professional. It will be delivered from the perspective of a RAMS practitioner who has the dual role of serving on decision-making bodies — as well as providing reliability, risk, and resiliency information to decision makers.


About Instructor JD Solomon:

J.D. Solomon, PE, CRE, CMRP is an engineer, planner, consultant, and facilitator. His special areas of expertise include decision analysis, environmental regulation, risk management, reliability, resiliency, and public policy. JD provides services related to both the built environment (infrastructure, facilities, and manufacturing) and the natural environment (ecosystems). He is the author of the book, Communicating Reliability, Risk, and Resiliency to Decision Makers: Getting Your Boss’s Boss to Understand. 

Registration link

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