2017 Reliability & Maintenance Conference and Exhibition
Tuesday, May 23 - Friday, May 26, 2017
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
900 Convention Center Blvd.
New Orleans, LA 70130
This year's 4-day program focuses on operating company case studies and includes keynote addresses, technical and management presentations, discussion groups, and an exhibition of products and services. Presentations focus on improving reliability in the refining and petrochemical industries, covering topics such as effective maintenance organization, productivity, equipment reliability, health and safety, training, predictive/preventive maintenance, maintenance and engineering standards, inspection, and innovative reliability technology.
The Exhibition, held as part of the conference, gives attendees the opportunity to meet and talk with representatives from companies offering a variety of goods and services to the refining and petrochemical industries.
Local First-Time Registrants from Refineries and Petrochemical Plants Attend Free!
If you work for one of the operating plants in the local area, stretching from Baton Rouge to Pascagoula and have never attended the RMC, give us a try.
Simply download the registration form, complete and fax it to AFPM, and we will register you, compliments of AFPM!. We'll be glad to see you.
Early Registration Discounts Available to All
Save $100 off your conference registration by registering by April 14th, and save an additional $200 by reserving a room in the AFPM block as you register. Online registration closes May 12th.
Registration fees increase by $100 on April 15th.
Let your manager know just how beneficial it will be to attend the 2017 Reliability & Maintenance Conference and Exhibition. AFPM has put together the Justification toolkit to provide you with a way to present the costs and benefits of attending the conference all in one convenient location.
We encourage you to review the toolkit to gain a greater understanding of the conference and how to communicate the value it can provide when attempting to gain attendance approval from your manager.
Below is some helpful information to explain why you should attend: