May 2019

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Reliability: How “Equifactor” training meets the needs of industry

Almost three decades ago, a Knoxville-based company fittingly called System Improvements (“SI”) decided to change the way the world solves problems.

Bloch, Heinz P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Almost three decades ago, a Knoxville-based company fittingly called System Improvements (“SI”) decided to change the way the world solves problems. SI developed science-backed systems and approaches that now allow a limitless number of industries to identify and solve problems. SI’s “Equifactor” training moved problem-solving within reach of every job function in a plant or facility. As we look at repeat problems in plants and processes, we are more convinced than ever that structured and methodical thinking are needed to find and then eliminate the root causes of costly issues. We believe a simplified method of both narrowing down the failure inventory and teaching a highly repeatable str

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