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Home All Courses RB Reliability Bootcamp
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RB Reliability Bootcamp

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Course Overview

Managing physical assets would enable companies to save millions of dollars on costs while gaining tens of millions of dollars on reduced opportunity costs due to much lower production losses. Modern equipment is now so complex and the consequences of failure are so serious that it is no longer possible to develop viable physical asset management strategies using traditional approaches. An array of proven analytical techniques and management processes are now available to deal systematically with the most pressing issues confronting the managers of physical assets. Many of these techniques overlap and therefore need to be applied in a coherent and efficient manner.
Improving asset reliability is the heart of Asset Management. There are variety of reliability improvement tools that one can use to improve reliability of a plant. While some of the tools in the market overlap significantly, others are complementary. Perhaps the most advanced and effective proactive reliability improvement methods is what we call Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM). Among different versions of RCM, RCM3 is the leading RCM methodology used to determine the maintenance requirements of any physical asset in its operating context. It is used to decide what must be done PROACTIVELY to ensure that any physical asset, system or process will continue to do whatever its users want it to do. The RCM3 process seeks to identify a suitable failure management policy for dealing with each failure mode in the light of its consequences and technical characteristics.
On the other hand, systems fail from time to time (even if we implement the most advanced reliability programs, they still fail although at much lower rates). Some failures are sporadic and some are chronic. So, the question would be how to prevent a failure from happening again. To deal with this, we need to use Root Cause Analysis (RCA), which is an structured way of finding root causes of a problem/failure and developing effective solutions to avoid recurrence of the failure in future. Compared to RCM, an RCA is more REACTIVE approach and also more focused on failures that have similar causes. Today, a reliability engineer needs to be equipped with both techniques and know where to apply which.
Science of reliability in nature is very connected to math and theory of probability and statistics. So, it would be vital for any reliability engineer to have a minimum understanding of these concepts. To fulfill this important requirement, in this RELIABILITY BOOTCAMP we talk about reliability and probability
functions by focusing on Weibull distribution which is the most common probability distribution in the filed of reliability engineering. We will show how based on historical failure and replacement data of an equipment, one can establish failure probability distribution of that equipment and then combined with cost of failure and cost of a preventive replacement develop optimum replacement age and interval.
Last but not the least, an organization cannot achieve reliable operation without accessing the necessary parts at the time of need. Almost all the inventory systems today (or vast majority of them) do not optimize their inventory Min-Max and policies to achieve their plant reliability requirement. In other words, there is a mismatch between reliability programs and inventory management systems even at the most leading companies in the world. In this program, we will be speaking about an advanced concept called Reliability Centered Spares where participants will learn how to optimize their inventory parameters (Min, Max, ROP) to achieve reliability requirements of their organization. The program will consist of many in class individual and group exercises and many more real industrial cases with proven results. Participants would be provided with educational access to two software packages (OREST for PM optimization and RCS for spare parts management optimization)

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5 Key Takeaways

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Learn what Reliability-centered Maintenance is and how it works (extensive use is made of practical exercises and case studies throughout the course).

Become familiar with how to implement RCM3 in your plant.

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Gain an understanding of what RCM3 achieves and how it achieves it.

To understand failure, and reliability functions, develop Webull Distribution based on equipment historical failure data

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To calculate optimum preventive replacement age and interval based on failure pattern and cost of failure

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Course Outline

DAY 1

History of RCM

  • Introduction to RCM and RCM3
  • Growing maintenance expectations
  • New maintenance techniques
  • International Standards
  • A Way Forward using RCM3
  • History of RCM

Functions

  • Performance standards (Multiple performance standards, quantitative performance standards, qualitative standards, absolute performance standards, variable performance standards, upper and lower limits)
  • Different categories of functions

Exercise

  • Describing functions and performance standards
  • The operating context

Case Study

DAY 2

Failed States / Functional Failures

  • Failed States
  • Performance standards and failure
  • Who should set the standard

Failure Modes

  • What is a failure mode?
  1. Failure modes (cause and mechanism) and the operating context.
  2. What failure modes should be listed? (Human error)
  3. How much detail? (Causation)
  4. Describing failure modes
  5. Levels of analysis

Case Study

Failure Effects

  • Describing failure effects, what to record (local effect, next level higher effect, end effect and potential worst cause effects) and what assumptions to make.

Failures Consequences

  • Defining worth doing criteria for:
  1. Hidden failures consequences
  2. Safety and Environment consequences
  3. Operational consequences
  4. Non-Operational consequences
  • Hidden failures exercise
  • Failure consequences exercise

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EDUCATIONAL PARTNER

The Aladon Network

We are a global network of asset reliability (RCM) professionals, certified in the delivery of team approach risk and reliability-based methodologies for all key assets in your organization. Our network has successfully and efficiently helped clients apply RCM-based practices in over 80 countries over the past three decades. We combine world-class asset care strategies to deliver change management, thanks to our extensive training and industrial expertise.

Simply put, we give you tools to improve the way you manage maintenance and operations, controlling costs and boosting overall productivity. From Condition Assessment and Asset Life Information Management to our integrated risk based methodologies (RCM3 and RBI3), we focus on increasing asset value by reducing the cost of ownership and increasing return on asset (ROA) value.

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Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for:

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for people:

  • Responsible for the maintenance function (maintenance managers, engineering managers, supervisors and technical specialists)
  • Responsible for the assets themselves (plant managers and production/ operations managers)
  • With special responsibility for safety and environmental integrity
  • Who actually maintains and operates equipment
  • Anyone wishing to secure optimum performance from any physical assets, from the viewpoint of safety, environmental integrity, output, product quality or customer service.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Most of our public courses are delivered in English language. You need to be proficient in English to be able to fully participate in the workshop and network with other delegates. For in-house courses we have the capability to train in Arabic, Dutch, German and Portuguese.

LEORON Institute partners with 20+ international bodies and associations.
We also award continuing professional development credits (CPE/PDUs) for:
1. NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy)
2. Project Management Institute PDUs
3. CISI credits
4. GARP credits
5. HRCI recertification credits
6. SHRM recertification credits

The deadline to register for a public course is 14 days before the course starts. Kindly note that occasionally we do accept late registrations as well, but this needs to be confirmed with the project manager of the training program or with our registration desk that can be reached at +971 4 447 5711 or [email protected].

The course fee covers a premium training experience in a 5-star hotel, learning materials, lunches & refreshments, and for some courses, the certification fee and membership with the accrediting bodies.

Yes, we can provide discounts for group bookings. If you would like to discuss a discount on a corporate level, we will be happy to talk to you.

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