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              Ramesh Gulati

              Ramesh Gulati

              Asset Mgmt & Reliability Specialist, Jacobs
              Ramesh Gulati is a world-renowned leader in the maintenance, reliability and asset management field and the author of more than four books, including the award-winning Maintenance & Reliability Best Practices 2nd ed. His new book, "10 Rights of Asset Management," was published in 2017. He is also known as a "Reliability Sherpa" in reliability- asset management arena. Ramesh received the Life Time Achievement Award at The Reliability Conference 2019 in Seattle in May 2019. He was also featured on front cover of June-July 19 issue of Uptime magazine. Ramesh has worked at Aerospace Testing Alliance, Jacobs /Sverdrup Technology Inc., Arnold Engineering Development Complex, AFB, TN, Carrier a/c, True Temper Corp., Bethlehem Steel and HEC-Foundry Forge plant. He is an active member of AMP, ASQ/Reliability, IIE, IAM, SMRP and UT/RMC has authored numerous papers in the area of maintenance/reliability, asset management, productivity improvements, application of standards and workforce development. He is also a member of ISO/ANSI-US TAG pc251 (ISO 55000) and TAG 56 (sustainability). He has been actively involved with SMRP since mid-90s and has held many positions such as conference chair, director of best practices, director of certification, exam committee chair and CMRT committee co-chair. He is a founding member of the International Maintenance Conference (IMC). Ramesh holds a BSME, a MSIE and an Executive MBA.
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              24

              Workshops

              6

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              3

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