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4203 Reliability Centered Maintenance
Part # DL-4203
Cost: $500 USD

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Description


4203 Reliability Centered Maintenance

Overview

Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) is a methodology for identifying equipment strategies that will improve maintainability and reliability.

RCM Analyses provides the means to determine optimal maintenance and operational strategies based on the probability and consequence of failure modes that are analyzed. They are conducted to help maintain the functions of a system, by evaluating them to determine how to avoid functional failures. On the other hand, Failure Modes and Effects Analyses are conducted to help maintain systems by focusing on how equipment and locations fail and the effect of those failures.

In this course, you will learn the RCM components, as well as build a new RCM Analysis and associated Functions, Functional Failures, Failure Modes, Failure Effects, and Recommendations.

Audience

This class is designed for:

  • Reliability Engineers
  • Operations Managers
  • Maintenance personnel

When you complete this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the difference between an RCM and FMEA
  • Identify Critical Systems
  • Perform an RCM Analysis
  • Define Functions, Functional Failures, Failure Modes, and Failure Effects
  • Use the Decision Logic Builder
  • Assess Unmitigated Risk
  • Add a Recommendation
  • Assess Mitigated Risk
  • Promote Recommendations to ASM
  • Review Recommendations by Asset
  • Create an RCM FMEA Template
  • Apply an RCM FMEA Template

Duration

  • 8 hours

Delivery Format

  • Instructor-led Classroom
  • Virtual Classroom
  • Onsite