TRSA 29th Annual Maintenance Management Institute (MMI)

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Oct. 12-14

Embassy Suites O'Hare

Rosemont, Illinois

TRSA 29th Annual Maintenance Management Institute (MMI)

The TRSA Annual Maintenance Management Institute offers engineers, plant and general managers, as well as others responsible for maintaining and operating linen, uniform and facility services laundry equipment the opportunity to refine their technical and management skills to optimize plant efficiency. MMI maximizes equipment life and reduces downtime by teaching plant systems and components, building technical skills, enhancing understanding of electronics and improving engineering management.

  • Identifies opportunities to reduce costs
  • Incorporates plant problem-solving in corporate culture
  • Builds understanding of common equipment failures
  • Identifies plant-wide and departmental improvements

Techniques to Increase Professionalism, Decrease Downtime

The TRSA Maintenance Management Institute (MMI) emphasizes the latest technologies and maintenance practices while minimizing time away from the plant and overall cost to attend. The program teaches a variety of techniques that empower laundry personnel to create more effective, efficient maintenance practices. Participation fosters their professional relationships with colleagues and the foremost engineering experts.

Solutions to Your Specific Problems

When attendees arrive at each MMI, they note issues or problems they face in their plants that the MMI class can discuss and advise on solving. Participants fill in forms that explain these challenges. The MMI Task Force of engineering experts reviews these submissions for presentation in the MMI troubleshooting panel discussion.

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