Introduction to Development of Reliability Based Maintenance Strategies

Course Duration: 2 days | Time: 8am to 4pm | Course Locations: Lagos, Egypt

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This practical course explains how to build maintenance strategies that improve reliability while simultaneously reducing costs. Participants learn how criticality analysis, Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), and PM/PdM optimization techniques are used to design the appropriate mix of predictive and preventive tasks for each plant asset.
1.Maintenance Strategy Models Maintenance Strategies Reactive Maintenance Strategy vs. Preventative/Predictive Maintenance Strategy Benefits of Preventative/Predictive Maintenance Strategy
2.Basic RCM Techniques Objective of a Preventative/Predictive Maintenance Program Use of Reliability Centered Maintenance (function/functional failure/failure mode/failure effects) Failure Consequence Categories
3.PM Task Selection Nature of Equipment Failures Types of Preventative/Predictive Maintenance Tasks
4.Basic PM Tools Predictive Maintenance Technologies Use of Criticality Ranking as an Aid in Preventative/Predictive Maintenance Program Development Preventative/Predictive Maintenance Program Optimization Requirements
5.PM Program Design Basic Reliability Centered Maintenance/Failure Modes Effects Analysis Process Use of RCM/FMEA in Preventative/Predictive Program Development
6.PM Development Principles Use of Quantifiable Information in PM Task Development Quantifiable Data vs. Data that is Not Quantifiable
7.PM Scheduling Techniques PM Scheduling Requirements Phase Preventative Maintenance and Time Interval Adjustments PM Shadowing PM Load Balancing
8.PM Program Monitoring Use of Performance Measures to Evaluate the Health of a Preventative/Predictive Maintenance Program Evaluation of Performance Measures Used to Monitor Asset Health