Learn reliability-based maintenance optimization strategies in this dynamic course that blends adult learning techniques with emphasis on workshops, discussions, and relevant course material. Learn to judge and communicate the importance of assigning asset criticality. Discuss best practices domestically and internationally including a focus on the ISO 55000 and how it relates to reliability maintenance. Gain an understanding of basic maintenance fundamentals and how they relate to a highly effective maintenance team, what activities to perform, and when to perform them. Learn enhanced maintenance planning techniques for preventive, predictive, and proactive maintenance. Learn to develop effective equipment health plans. Gain exposure and hands-on practices with a variety of proven reliability tools through workshops. You leave this course with a strong foundational knowledge of reliability-based maintenance strategies, tools, and best practices currently being leveraged in industry.
Who Should Attend This Course?
Asset Management Professionals, Reliability Managers, Reliability Engineers, Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Supervisors, Production Engineers, Maintenance and Production Personnel, QA/QC professionals, Auditors, and other professionals looking to expand their tools and best practices to optimize existing maintenance strategies and provide for continuous improvement.
What Will I Learn in This Course?
Understand what reliability analysis is and how it can help companies make better decisions
Learn to collect and analyze component failure data to characterize component reliability, including the use of Weibull analysis
Learn to use part count analysis to make predictions of system reliability and to identify the components most likely to contribute to system reliability problems
Learn how to use Pareto analysis to identify the most significant contributors to reliability-related problems being experienced and to communicate this information to others
Learn how to use single minute exchange of dies (SMED) to reduce downtime associated with shutdown maintenance and to improve overall maintainability of systems
Learn how to use the following analysis techniques to identify and eliminate future reliability-related performance problems:
Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA)
Fault tree analysis (FTA)
Learn how to prioritize potential loss scenarios using a variety of risk/reliability scoring methods
Understand how to organize, lead, and document analyses analysis
Practice all of these techniques through hands-on, interactive analysis workshops related to machines and manufacturing systems
Know where to look for further information on reliability analysis techniques/tools
1.9 CEUs, 1.9 COCs, 3.17 CMs, ABIH approval #10-230
DURATION: 3 DAYS
Mark Wolfgram – Senior Manager, Reliability Services, ABS Group
Tim Gilmer – Director, Reliability Services, ABS Group
Chris Armitage – Principal Reliability Engineer, ABS Group
Quinton GoForth – Director, Asset Performance Optimization
Walter Betsill – Senior Manager, Asset Performance Optimization
Our Asset Performance Optimization experts offer a full suite of asset management services including asset management master plan development, asset criticality assessments, PM optimization, FMEA analysis, What If Analysis, planning and scheduling support, reliability engineering staff augmentation, best practice work management business process definition, and CMMS system implementation and integration.
We can help you by performing a comprehensive on-site assessment and gap analysis of your current asset management program to ensure you gain the maximum benefit from your SOURCE RCA training.
Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis
We can teach this course at your office. Request onsite training.