RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE

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RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE

10 Mart 2020 | 08 April 2020 |02 June 2020

Course Overview:

Some failures in petroleum, oil and gas, power generation, and other industries are caused by little attention given to the maintenance and thus underestimating the correctness of the instrumentation and control systems. Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) is a logical way of identifying what equipment in your facility is needed to be maintained on a preventive maintenance before failure. The RCM analysis should also consider that the maintenance budgets are not unlimited, and thus rational basis should be decided what to do and where to expend the most effort. This course elucidates the RCM and its implementation

Objective: You will be able to

After fulfilling the course, the participants would be able to:

  • Know and understand about the basic maintenance and reliability;
  • Know and understand the Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) process;
  • Know and understand the preparation, implementation, and controlling the RCM

Course Contents:

  1. Introduction to Reliability-Centered Maintenance
    1. Maintenance and RCM
    2. RCM the seven basic questions
    3. Applying the RCM process
    4. What RCM achieves
    5. Functions
    6. Functional Failures
    7. Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
    8. Failure Consequences
  2. Proactive Maintenance
    1. Preventive tasks
    2. Predictive tasks
    3. Failure finding
    4. Redesign
  3. Decision Process
    1. Integrating consequences and tasks
    2. The RCM decision process
    3. Completing the decision worksheet
    4. RCM software
  4. Implementing RCM Recommendation
    1. Implementation – the key steps
    2. RCM audit
    3. Work packages
    4. Maintenance planning and control systems
    5. Reporting defects
    6. Actuarial analysis and failure data
  5. Applying the RCM Process
    1. RCM review groups
    2. Facilitators
    3. Implementation strategies
    4. How RCM should not be applied
    5. Building skills in RCM
  6. RCM Monitoring and Trending Strategy
    1. Measuring maintenance performance
    2. Maintenance effectiveness
    3. Maintenance efficiency
    4. Reliability measurement
    5. Monitoring reliability
    6. Maintenance Software

Who Will Benefit

People responsible for equipment asset lifecycle management, from concept to decommissioning.

  • Project Engineers
  • Reliability Engineers
  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Operations Managers
  • Engineering Technicians

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