EI LIVE Using Reliability Centered Maintenance - December 2023

Training Course

06/12/2023 - 07/12/2023


Non-Member: £699.00 (excl. VAT)
Member: £559.00 (excl. VAT)

This 2 half-day virtual online training course will allow you to optimise your asset maintenance plan with Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM), a process which focuses on the function of the asset and the consequences of failure, rather than the asset itself following the 7 questions described in SAE JA1011.

This highly interactive course will give you the tools you need to build reliability into your processes, using RCM methodology alongside Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Risk Based Inspection (RBI) principles. 

Matthew Laskaj is an engineer and specialist engineering trainer. He is passionate about the engineering industry and developing skills. Having worked in offshore Oil and Gas, refineries, energy, manufacturing and process industries around the world, he considers himself lucky to be able to share his experience with others while learning at the same time from those he meets along the way.

He is the Director of Project Engineering Management Ltd, an engineering consultancy offering maintenance training, project management and engineering consultancy.

Learning Objectives:

1. Understand the reliability centered maintenance process as described by standard SAE JA 1011 and 1012
2. Gain knowledge in order develop your own maintenance strategy based on the reliability centered maintenance and risk-based maintenance approaches
3. Establish asset importance and priorities using FMEA/FMECA assessment approaches

Who should attend:

The course is suitable for engineering, asset management, maintenance and reliability personnel working within or supporting manufacturing, industrial, mining, oil and gas and energy sectors with responsibility for the application and improvement of critical asset safety and reliability.

Course Contents:

1. Introduction
   a. Reliability Centred maintenance (RCM) and Risk Based Maintenance (RBM) principles
2. Risk
   a. Identifying asset criticality
   b. Mitigating asset risks
3. Carrying out RBM
   a. Identifying failure modes
   b. Common maintenance strategies
   c. The importance of condition monitoring in the maritime and renewable sectors
4. Carrying out RCM
   a. Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
   b. Consequence and task Analysis
5. Machinery condition appraisal
   a. Risk Based Inspection (RBI)
   b. Critical spares and inventory categorisation
6. Continuously improving maintenance plans
   a. The future of maintenance in the maritime and renewable industries

Course Duration: 

Dates: 6 - 7 December 2023
Timings: 12:45 - 16:00 GMT 

Contact details

Training Team: webtraining@energyinst.org, 02074677178

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