Lightning Fast Reliability Engineering

May 11, 2022 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm America/New York Timezone

IEEE Boston/Providence/New Hampshire Reliability Chapter

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FREE Webinar

A comprehensive reliability engineering program for a new product is a large investment. Not just in dollars, but more importantly, in time. No matter if you are a Fortune 500 company or a startup in your second year, time is always the freight train bearing down on you without mercy. I am going to give you a simple recipe I use for making a highly reliable product when that train horn is blaring and only getting closer. Here is the recipe: HALT, ALT, and RG.

This Webinar is to be delivered virtually.

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Michael W. Bannan, Chair

IEEE Boston/Providence/New Hampshire Reliability Chapter

Registration:  No Admission Charge



Adam Bahret – Apex Ridge Reliability Consulting


Adam Bahret is the founder of Apex Ridge Reliability Consulting. He is a Mechanical and Electrical Systems Reliability expert with over 25 years of experience in product development across many industries. Adam is an author of two books on reliability engineering “Reliability Culture, How Leaders Build Organizations the Create Reliable Products” Wiley 2021 & “How Reliable is Your Product, 50 Ways to Improve Product Reliability” 2nd Ed 2016.

Adam has worked extensively with reliability program strategy, accelerated testing methods HALT/HASS/QALT/ALT, system reliability measurement and improvement, FMEA, ALT, DOE, Reliability Growth, predictive analysis, education programs, and organizational culture and practices. He has specialized experience in medical, robotics, consumer electronics/appliances, Ion Implantation, and Diesel Systems.

Adam has an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University, is an ASQ nationally certified reliability engineer and a senior member of IEEE. More information on Adam and Apex Ridge Reliability can be found at


11:00 AM – Technical Presentation

11:45 AM – Questions and Answers

12:00 PM – Adjournment

The meeting is open to all.  You do not need to belong to the IEEE to attend this event; however, we welcome your consideration of IEEE membership as a career enhancing technical affiliation.

There is no cost to register or attend, but registration is required.  Register