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220

Quantitative Analysis Techniques

Learn how to get quantitative answers to your questions and also how to identify the systems, subsystems, and components that contribute the most to your loss exposure. The first day provides the background and skills necessary to understand risk and reliability terminology and to use system-level tools such as fault tree analysis, event tree analysis, and layer of protection analysis (LOPA) to model the system-level failures of interest. The second day focuses on calculating basic system reliability characteristics. Additional course topics during the remaining 2½ days of the course include the collection and quantitative analysis of component and human error data at the basic event level. Basic statistics and probability theory necessary to appropriately characterize component failure rates and likelihoods will be demonstrated. Among the methods you will learn about is Weibull analysis.

221

Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis Techniques

You will learn the most commonly used techniques for identifying chemical-process industry hazards; quantifying their likelihood; and assessing the reliability, availability, and dependability of process systems. This course will help you assist in your company's compliance with OSHA's regulation for Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals and other industry risk management initiatives.

330

RCRA Compliance Bootcamp

This comprehensive course will bring you up to speed on the major RCRA regulatory issues and how to put this information into action. The course satisfies the basic Department of Transportation training requirements for HAZMAT employees. It includes sessions on hazardous waste identification, recycling, release reporting, and so on.

801

Regulatory Inspection Planning

Audits and inspections by regulatory agencies can be disruptive and resource intensive. Advance preparation is critical to having a smoother inspection. Do you have a process to host these inspections? Learn how to plan for and manage inspections by regulatory agencies. This course uses OSHA inspection examples, and will help you evaluate or develop your process for many types of inspections that are possible from regulatory agencies. This course is designed for all types of private and public sector organizations. It uses OSHA inspection examples such as OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM) Refinery National Emphasis Program (NEP), Chemical Facility NEP, combustible dust NEP and record keeping NEP.

707

Reliability and Operational Excellence

This course will demonstrate how the best plants are able to compete globally through the application of a reliability strategy – one that combines the best elements of Lean Manufacturing, TPM, RCM, Six Sigma and other methodologies as well as excellence in operations and maintenance practices. Through extensive case study examples, instructors will show you the right strategy for maximum production capacity by making fundamental changes in the way processes and equipment are designed, operated, and maintained.

708

Reliability and Operational Excellence with What Tool? And When?

This course will demonstrate how the best plants are able to compete globally through the application of a reliability strategy – one that combines the best elements of Lean Manufacturing, TPM, RCM, Six Sigma and other methodologies as well as excellence in operations and maintenance practices. Through extensive case study examples, instructors will show you the right strategy for maximum production capacity by making fundamental changes in the way processes and equipment are designed, operated and maintained. This course provides leading improvement methodologies used by companies around the world to improve their asset and business performance.

711

Reliability Based Maintenance

Reliability Based Maintenance (RBM) is a systematic approach to the proactive preservation of critical asset functionality and operation. This RBM course leads the participant through progressive overviews of the standard RBM concepts in a three (3) day classroom environment.

 

The material is presented through instructor interaction, enlightening case studies, and engaging exercises throughout the course that couples all of the concepts into a simplified roadmap easily transferable into their organization. Each module contains an exercise that reinforces the learning objectives and builds upon those previous to reiterate the importance of executing the RBM concepts collectively.

The course includes a comprehensive participant guide along with lunch and refreshments each day. Classes are normally Tuesday through Thursday and can be held at one of our training facilities or onsite at a selected customer location.

710

Reliability Engineering Workshop

The Reliability Engineering Workshop is designed to provide a hands-on opportunity to improve the performance of a plant "bad actor" asset. Reliability Engineering methodologies, templates and tools are introduced. A plant walk down of the bad actor in the field in used to connect classroom lessons with reality and an FMEA including a Functional Block Diagram is completed using a team approach, just as in the ‘real world’. The PM program is optimized including the application of predictive maintenance technologies and Operator Care / TPM tasks. Organizational Change tools are introduced with examples of how they have been successfully applied in similar situations. A prioritized action plan with timetables and metrics is created to ensure the improvements from the workshop are sustained and a final Workshop Report which includes all work and documentation is provided. Attendees will leave with an actionable plan for one of their own "bad actors".

700

Reliability Management

This course defines reliability and presents the fundamental principles for achieving reliability excellence. Attendees will examine the critical elements of reliability management policies and will self-assess those of their own companies. Practical, systematic methods of finding weaknesses in systems most likely to lead to reliability problems will be outlined. Techniques for correcting underlying root causes of reliability will also be presented. Finally, the importance of, and approaches for, establishing a sound reliability strategy and culture will be discussed.

704

Reliability-centered Maintenance

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.

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