Overview of Modern Reliability & Maintainability Concepts (Spring “Boot Camp”)
This one week program is a comprehensive review of key Reliability and Maintainability (R&M) concepts needed for a successful implementation. Top presenters with practical experience in multiple industries will lead the discussions, real plant case studies and examples, exercises, and answer any specific questions. The concepts are for R&M and progress applies to all levels in the organization.
Topics covered are relevant to understanding the needed fundamental concepts for starting, implementing and/or sustaining the R&M process, such as:
- Knowing Where To Start and What to Implement “WHAT TOOLS WHEN?”
- What is Reliability & Maintainability Engineering?
- Reliability Analytics Overview
- Work Orders and R&M
- Planning / Scheduling / Preventive Maintenance
- Condition Based Monitoring & Change Management
- Reliability Engineering Principles, Roles, and Responsibilities
- Asset Data Management
- Designing for Reliability
- Reliability Excellence
- R&M Levels of Maturity
Who Should Attend?
Attendees have ranged from technicians and engineers to directors and top managers. Therefore, anyone involved in starting the R&M process or moving a current process to the next level should attend.
Understanding of these topics will enable you to assess strengths and weaknesses of your current R&M process. With this knowledge, you can be better equipped to develop your personal performance and enhance your organizations overall R&M for its competitive advantage!
Note: This event is a required course for the R&M Implementation Certification
Includes: CEU Credit
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Friday, May 17 at 8:00am to 4:30pm
University of Tennessee