The Business Driven Reliability (BDR) Workshop is a four day workshop that will reflect on the M&R issues from a business perspective. It will provide an insight in best practices of the Maintenance Work process, and review the basic skills of the maintenance & reliability engineers and will provide participants with an understanding of Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and Root Cause Analysis (RCA) techniques.
To develop an equipment criticality matrix for effective maintenance strategies
The methods of conducting RCM to establish effective maintenance strategies
A process for establishing an effective RCA Program to eliminate repeat failures
A work identification process and prioritization that maximizes business performance
The types of Predictive Maintenance technologies and their application
Various statistical analysis techniques for reliability analysis
A unique work management process for early defect detection
Roles and responsibilities that impact reliability strategy effectiveness
Establishment of reliability performance measures to track and guide reliability improvement
The importance of aggressive work identification
The role of Reliability Engineers in industry
Basic Reliability Engineer skills and tools
An introduction to statistical analysis in reliability
Familiarization with Condition Monitoring techniques
Conducting RCM analysis to establish maintenance strategies
Conducting RCA analysis to eliminate failures
The workshop will also highlight the role of Operations and Maintenance Management in establishing and managing an effective reliability program in their facilities.
The workshop is recommended for Maintenance, Reliability and Production Managers, Superintendents and Reliability Engineers.