Asset integrity, is the term for an asset’s capacity to run effectively and accurately, while also protecting the wellbeing of all personnel and equipment with which it interacts, as well as the measures in place to assure the asset’s life cycle. This bundled course includes the following courses: Reliability Centered Maintenance, Reliability Management, Root Cause Analysis and Mechanical Integrity.
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|Reliability Centered Maintenance
Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) elearning presents the fundamental concepts and tools for RCM and for understanding preventive maintenance requirements and failure mitigation strategies. The course begins with the definition of RCM as a systematic analysis process based on understanding system functions, system functional failures, component failures, and results in failure management strategies.
Lesson 1: What is RCM
Lesson 2: Overview of failure management strategy
Lesson 3: Overview of RCM tools
Lesson 4: RCM analysis steps
Reliability Management eLearning presents the fundamental concepts and tools for reliability management. The oversight and control of reliability activities is a management role. Reliability management enables the creation of a reliable product, service or system through the allocation of resources to enable the right activities and analysis.
The course begins with three definitions of reliability: the common usage, the statistical definition, and the programmatic reference. The relationship between a loss function and equipment failures, human errors, and management systems is explained.
Topics covered during the course include:
- the relationships of performance shaping factors (PSFS) and human performance
- a discussion of the key elements of reliability management
- a definition of reliability analysis
- an explanation of the information available from a reliability analysis
- a description of root cause analysis (RCA)
- an overview of RCM tools including Pareto analysis and failure modes and effects analysis
- a discussion of the steps needed for creating a reliability management program.
Lesson 1: What is Reliability
Lesson 2: Overview of Three Principles for Achieving Reliability Excellence
Lesson 3: Reliability Program Development
|Root Cause Analysis
Covers what Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is and common RCA program problems and best practices. Introduces two RCA tools: ABS Group’s Task Triangle and the SOURCETM Methodology Flowchart.
Lesson 1: RCA definition and approach
Lesson 2: ABS Group’s task triangle
Lesson 3: Common RCA problems and best practices
Lesson 4: SOURCE methodology flowchart
Lesson 5: RCA application questions
||Provides an overview of the OSHA Process Safety Management regulation and the Mechanical Integrity element required by this regulation.
Lesson 1: What is Mechanical Integrity
Lesson 2: Why is Mechanical Integrity important
Lesson 3: What are the key Mechanical Integrity elements
Lesson 4: Conclusion