Presented by P E Corporate Services in association with Harold Robinson
Maintenance and Reliability Analysis is a 3 day programme in which delegates will learn techniques and procedures to analyse the performance of assets and reduce failures and downtime.
Reliability Engineering has become a critical tool for the asset management and maintenance of industrial equipment. It will have a direct positive impact on profitability. Delegates will concentrate on understanding and managing these techniques, defining how to bring financial returns to the organisations which implement them, and how to avoid the problem areas. Case studies and workshops will be used throughout to keep the discussions on a very practical level so that delegates may apply the techniques to their own work environment.
Failure Prevention in recent years has become closely related to Reliability Engineering, which can add great value to an organisation's maintenance and operations functions. In this course delegates will:
- Learn and understand the nature of industrial equipment failure
- Use practical examples relating to equipment typical of their own work-site
- Understand how reliability engineering can be used to develop preventative maintenance plans
- Learn how to use statistical tools to predict equipment failure
- Learn how to determine inspection intervals
- Use Root Cause Analysis and continuous improvement to enhance reliability
- Discuss conditions that need to exist in the organisation to achieve improved reliability
- 11 - 13 March 2019
- 26 - 28 Aug 2019
For more information please contact:Operations Skills Development Administrator
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