INTRODUCTION FOR RELIABILITY ENGINEERING
This workshop introduces and develops a clear understanding to the basics of reliability engineering. Organizations need to assess reliability competence and are able to across and within the organization to support a more targeted approach to recruitment, retention and training of competent reliability professionals. Support deployment of qualified reliability professionals into appropriate roles that utilize their specific skills. Develop a roadmap and training for reliability in its true meaning and develop training specifically to and for competent professionals in reliability engineering.
- The need for Change Management
- Getting to know your plant and its assets
- Setting up a critically ranking system to assess reliability
- Formation of utilising reliability information
- Reliability practices for downtime and measuring equipment failures
- Develop a reliability competency framework
- Discuss approaches to assessing reliability competency
Module 1: Change Management
1.1 Applying change management.
1.2 Need for change.
1.3 Understanding the need and desire to change.
1.4 A mind set change is critical to any implementation of new systems.
Module 2: Understanding Reliability
2.1 Overview on Reliability Definition
2.2 Reliability Tools and Techniques
2.3 Risk Based Process
2.4 Reliability KPI’s
2.5 Reliability Management…Leading Indicators
2.6 Introduction to steps in Condition Based Process
Module 3: Anatomy of Problems / Failures / Breakdowns
3.1 Understand the nature of failures
- The Starting Point
3.2 Why equipment break down?
3.3 Different types of equipment failure
Module 4: Failure Consequences and Reliability
4.1 Cost impact of equipment failures
4.2 Failure consequences/effects
4.3 Current cultures on reliability
4.4 Differences between down time and repair time
Module 5: Competency Framework for Reliability Engineers
5.1 Identify core reliability competency sets required by organizations
5.2 Develop a reliability competency framework
5.3 Discuss approaches to assessing reliability competency
Module 6: Understanding your asset.
6.1 Understanding of equipment database, setting up proper records.
6.2 Forms the basis of starting a reliability system.
6.3 Further review into setting up of Criticality Analysis of the equipment.
6.4 Formation of the right strategy and employing basic planning tools.
Module 7: Formation of the strategies
7.1 Formation of the strategies, using either PM, or PdM.
7.2 The basics of condition monitoring
7.3 Introduction of simple tools – More precise equipment will also be
7.4 Condition Based Monitoring Program to put in place – tribology
– setting up a proper lubrication maintenance program, vibration analysis , etc.
Module 8: Record keeping
8.1 Proper record keeping.
8.2 Classification of recording the right operational records for the plant.
When it stopped, how it stopped, was it scheduled, was it due to factors beyond the control of
management ( power failures from the service provider).
8.3 Understanding Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF), job orders and
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