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Reliability Engineering

Reliability Centered Maintenance

Introduction

This course teaches the fundamentals of Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM). The course is not processed specific but gives the participant fundamental tools and knowledge required to participate in any RCM analysis process. The course will use life-cycle cost analysis and an understanding of equipment failure characteristics to achieve an optimal maintenance program that meets specified safety, environmental, and economic goals. The course focuses on preserving equipment functions by identifying appropriate preventive maintenance (PM) tasks, predictive maintenance (PdM) tasks, failure finding tasks, and other actions that protect against failure or mitigate the consequences of failure


Objectives

By the end of this course participants will learn:

  • Fundamental Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) philosophies
  • How to evaluate failure consequences
  • How to select preventive maintenance tasks and intervals
  • How to select predictive maintenance tasks and intervals
  • How to select failure finding tasks and intervals
  • What other function protective actions are available
  • When run-to-failure is appropriate
  • How to packaging and implement RCM analysis results
  • Commercial RCM standards
  • Various approaches to RCM
  • RCM terminology
  • Fundamental RCM philosophies
  • Identifying and allocating resources for an RCM program
  • Techniques for prioritizing systems for analysis
  • Use of Weibull and statistical analysis in RCM processes
  • Packaging and implementing RCM analysis results
  • Barriers to implementation and getting buy-in from all levels

Target Audience

Maintenance managers, maintenance supervisors, reliability and maintenance engineers, maintenance technicians, production managers, production supervisors, operators, plant engineers, and anyone who is involved in operating and maintaining of assets


Reliability Engineering Outline

The course covers the following topics:

  • Introduction to Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) concepts
  • RCM analysis preparation
  • Techniques for prioritizing systems for analysis
  • Failure Modes and Effect Consequence Analysis for RCM
  • Evaluating failure consequences
  • Statistics in RCM
    • Statistical principles used in RCM
    • Use of Weibull analysis in RCM processes 
  • Selecting the right maintenance tasks for reliability
    • How to select preventive maintenance (PM) tasks and intervals
    • How to select predictive maintenance (PdM) tasks and intervals
    • How to select failure finding tasks and intervals 
  • Other functional maintenance strategies
      • When Run-to-Failure is appropriate
      • Packaging and implementing RCM results
      • When to use a Subject Matter Expert team
      • Barriers to implementation and getting buy-in from all levels

  
  

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RE06 Kuwait 26-7-2020 30-7-2020