During this course, attendees learn the analysis steps and tools used to perform traditional reliability-centered maintenance (RCM) analyses and how to apply risk-based decision-making tools in these analyses. The tools and techniques provide attendees with a proven approach to optimize a maintenance program. Specifically, this 3-day course discusses potential benefits of RCM studies and their associated programs, provides the technical tools for evaluating and prioritizing potential process equipment failures so that effective failure management strategies (i.e., maintenance plans for proactive and reactive maintenance, one-time changes) can be developed to control the risk of losses (e. g., productivity, safety, quality), and covers implementing RCM results.
Who Should Attend:
- Those who use both traditional and risk-based RCM analysis methodologies
- Those interested in improving their facility’s equipment maintenance program
- Those interested in developing risk-based asset integrity management programs
Benefits of Attending:
- Understand the potential benefits associated with RCM analyses
- Learn RCM concepts and traditional RCM analysis methodology
- Understand why equipment fails and equipment failure patterns
- Learn how to develop effective failure management strategies, including effective maintenance tasks
- Apply risk-based decision-making tools to RCM and managing RCM analyses
- 1.3 CEUs, 1.3 COCs, 2.67 CMs, ABIH approval #10-234
Duration: 3 days
- Introduction to Reliability Centered Maintenance
- Benefits of RCM Programs
- Equipment Failure Management
- Overview of RCM Process, Tools and Steps
- Managing an RCM Analysis
- Implementing RCM Programs
ABS Consulting has assisted many clients with reliability and manufacturing improvement projects in a wide variety of industries, including consumer products, heavy manufacturing, chemical processing, and machining. This course can be taught at your facility. Find out more.
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