Speaker Profile

Nathan Lenane

Rio Tinto

I'm an inspection and asset health professional. *12 years Royal Australian Air Force in Fabrication and Inspection.
*10 years in management and inspection of all industrial sectors
*ISO9712 Level 3 MT/PT/ET/RT/UT
*BSc - NDT University of Northampton
*API/CSWIP/ASME qualified inspector
*Cert IV Engineering Aerospace Structures.

Synopsis - Rio Tinto’s 21 mines and ports were using a variety of defect tracking systems across the Pilbara. A tracking system, called the Data Collection Tool (DCT), was designed and developed to create a central view of the health of assets. The session will cover on the function of the DCT and importance of raising notifications and subsequent data entry into the tool. Plus, a focus on integration with SAP and other data management software to ensure reporting drives strategic and tactical maintenance decisions.

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