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Books on Maintenance Planning

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Anand Desai
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I am looking for some good books to refer on the above stated subject.

Maintenance Planning & Scheduling
Maintenance Management
CMMS / SAP / MYSAP
Benchmarking
RCM / RBM
SIX Sigma

Any recommendations ? Looking forward to gain from your experience over the years.

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Bernard Ertl
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I have not personally attended any of their seminars, but have heard nice things about them. One of the gentlemen that conducts some of their seminars, Joel Levitt, has also written several books. I reviewed one of them here: Managing Maintenance Shutdowns and Outages

Bernard Ertl
ATC Professional Shutdown / Turnaround Management System
Anand Desai
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Thanks Bernard..for those links. I got most of my requirements.

This New Standard Institute that you have mentioned, also conducts some seminars & Technical cources. Do you have any experience with them ?

Why i am asking is that I am planning to attend one of those seminars in June.
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