2 Day Reliability Engineering Workshop
Reliability engineering techniques have been around for 20-30 years. With the introduction of the new standard for Asset Management ISO55000 in January 2014, there is a greater emphasis on decision support tools to support optimization of asset management from cradle to grave.
This workshop begins with an introduction to typical problems in asset management and then highlights the framework of the new standard and the clauses that focus on information and decision making.
This course will feature:
- ISO 55000 Framework and what is required for certification
- The value of reliability techniques in optimization
- The importance of costs and how the equipment fails and its frequency of failure
- How to conduct the RCM process and what it can deliver
- The importance of good quality feedback and use of failure codes
- Different techniques to determine root causes and pros and cons of each
- The lifecycle phases and how to manager these phases
- Understand how to reduce downtime and repair times
Who is this course for?
It is likely to be of most value to employees who:
- Have a responsibility for the maintenance function (maintenance managers, engineers, supervisors, technicians, technical specialists).
- Have a responsibility for the assets themselves (operations/production supervision/management).
- Need a basic introduction to reliability engineering techniques.
This course will utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension, and retention of the information presented. This includes a facilitative style with a combination of lecture, practical experience in the use of techniques, case studies and a high level of lively debate and sharing of ideas. Delegates will be encouraged to introduce problems of their own for discussion and analysis.