Asset Optimization Strategy with Reliability Centered Maintenance
Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) course starts with the notion of ‘best practice’ and ‘world class’ maintenance performance indicators and how do the estimated. Then it assesses the knowledge about the basics of Maintenance and Reliability of the audience. Role of culture and need for leadership (together with role of vision, mission, strategies, goals & action plans) for creating ‘reliability culture’ in an asset intensive organization is discussed via explaining the concept of ‘asset’ and role of asset management (ISO55000 1&2) in developing ‘reliability culture’. Typical plant case studies to evaluate the extent of reliability culture is presented. Then, the course focuses on understanding the maintenance and different categories. Maintenance work management: planning and scheduling is discussed with the focus on work order prioritization.
To learn methods for materials, parts & inventory management and role of system reliability increase. Then, materials and spare parts inventory management principles focusing on the role of spare parts categorization and spare part inventory management methods as well spare parts management philosophy development is discussed. Then, measuring and designing for reliability and maintainability is discussed. After that operator driven reliability approaches are discussed. Maintenance optimization and core RCM process is explained together with the concept of functional analysis. RCM maintenance strategy and methodology is explained with FMEA and FMECA analysis. Finally, managing RCM performance, workforce management, maintenance analysis and improvement tools are discussed.
Benefits of Attending this Workshop
By attending this course, you will be able to learn:
‘Best practice’ and ‘world class’ maintenance performance indicators
Concept of ‘asset’ and role of asset management (ISO55000 1&2) in developing reliability culture.
The role of maintenance and different categories.
Methods for materials, parts & inventory management and role of system reliability increase.
Role of effective work orders and risk based prioritization of work orders.
Methods for measuring & designing for reliability & maintainability.
‘Operator driven reliability’.
Systematic evaluation of accidents and potential failures.
RCM analysis process and its applications.
Failure mode effect analysis and failure mode effect and criticality analysis.
How to manage performance, maintenance analysis and performance.
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for all staff roles in engineering, safety, inspection, maintenance, project, technical and supporting departments with responsibility for ensuring safety in the workplace and for conducting, leading, reviewing and approving maintenance related activities.