David Rosenthal, PE, CMRP is a Reliability Consultant representing his Reliability Strategy and Implementation Consultancy LLC firm. He previously led Asset Management Services for Jacobs Engineering Group in Houston, TX where he implemented Maintenance & Reliability practices to maintain their client’s assets. He has been involved in Reliability and Maintenance for over 25 years. His previous positions included roles as Reliability Manager for Marsulex for coke cutting, handling, and transport assets across five refineries. He held a previous position as a Maintenance Director with MEMC in Houston in Polysilicon manufacturing. As a Reliability consultant, David assisted Lanxess which produces Butyl Rubber and Kellogg’s in their Snack Foods Division in the development of their reliability programs.
The majority of his career was with the Rohm and Haas Company, a specialty chemical manufacturer. He was their Maintenance and Reliability leader in their Acrylic Acid facility in Deer Park, TX and led their corporate Manufacturing Excellence deployment throughout its businesses. His role in their Corporate Asset Management group in the mid 90’s developed the company’s competency in Reliability and Equipment Utilization improvement. Assignments during his twenty-nine year career included process, project engineering and technical management roles in various facilities.
Dave was the 2012 President of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. He has served on the National level as their Treasurer, Board of Director, and chair of various committees since 1990. He currently serves on the Advisory Board to the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals.
Dave graduated from Drexel University with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and from the University of Texas with a M.S. in Chemical Engineering. Dave is registered professional engineer in Pennsylvania and a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional.
|December, 2014||Intro to Maintenance and Reliability - March, 2015|
|April, 2012||Maintenance and Reliability for Chemical Engineers (Part 4) - April, 2012|
|January, 2012||Maintenance and Reliability for Chemical Engineers - Part 3: The Tools of Reliability - January, 2012|
|October, 2011||Maintenance and Reliability for Chemical Engineers—Part 2: Asset Care Principles - November, 2011|
|October, 2011||Mechanical Reliability - October, 2011|
|July, 2011||Maintenance and Reliability for Chemical Engineers - Part 1: The Evolution to Asset Management - August, 2011|