Available Webinars

Our maintenance and reliability webinars are focused on presenting solutions and strategies to identifiable problems, emerging technologies, and key topics that are relevant to today’s plant managers, maintenance and reliability professionals. Events are moderated by the Plant Services editors, who engage industry experts in a 45- to 60-minute interactive format.

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Meet the Plant Services Team

tom-wilk-headshotTom Wilk joined Plant Services as editor in chief in 2014. Previously, Wilk was content strategist / mobile media manager at Panduit. Prior to Panduit, Tom was lead editor for Battelle Memorial Institute's Environmental Restoration team, and taught business and technical writing at Ohio State University for eight years. Tom holds a BA from the University of Illinois and an MA from Ohio State University.

anna-townshend-headshotAnna Townshend has been a writer and journalist for almost 20 years. Previously, she was the editor of Marina Dock Age and was International Dredging Review, until she joined Putman Media in June 2020. She is the managing editor of Control Design and Plant Services.

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The Plant Services webinar platform is compatible with all mobile devices, making it easier than ever to attend our live events. If you can't attend a live broadcast, you can always watch the webinar on demand. Whether you are on the plant floor, in the break room, or at home, the expertise you need to avoid downtime and equipment failure is just a tap away.