RAMS – Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety

The intent of this course is to highlight the fundamentals and framework of the RAMS based on a practical understanding of the principles and applications of reliability engineering from the design phase to the disposal of a product or system.

The course will take you over the most comprehensive concepts, methods, technics, and best practices from reliability engineering through maintenance management and risk management.

Salvo’s Online Workshop is meant to provide an overall insight about product and system life cycle management to the engineering and management department. Hence, it provides all the reliability models and management profiles to control risks and yet to mitigate production loss. Using mathematics and standards for calculation, prediction, and modeling system’s success. At the end of this course, each delegate will be able and capable to answer the fundamental of reliability engineering concepts, risk management, using mathematics formulas, and more.

The workshop includes the student manual in hard and electronic copy; notes from the trainer; exercises; practical case study and more. This is an interactive training course with a wide of examples and knowledge share.

Top Learning Objectives

  • Establish an overall understanding of RAMS methodology
  • Learn how to use advanced mathematics in reliability engineering
  • Gain insight into risk management
  • Understand how to apply Mil-Std and Mil-HDBK to outline the RAMS process
  • Discover the overview of system Maintainability, Dependability, and Availability
  • Develop, monitor, control, and mitigate process deviation and risks for process sustainability
  • Gain confidence in reliability management in product design
  • Help developing process and system KPI and continuous performance measures
  • Achieve a deep understanding of human errors and risks in process design
  • Attain overall management layers and impact of system performance

Who Should Attend?

VPs, Directors, Division Heads, Managers, Superintendents, Specialists, Leaders, Supervisors, Foremen, Planners, Technicians, & Engineers from the following departments:

  • Maintenance
  • Engineering
  • Reliability
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Shutdowns & Turnarounds
  • Condition Monitoring
  • Rotating Equipment
  • Static Equipment
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Asset Management
  • Asset Integrity
  • Operations
  • Plant
  • Production
  • Process
  • Inspection

From industries including but not limited to:

  • Oil & Gas, Mining, Utilities, Manufacturing, Construction, Petrochemicals/Chemicals, Manufacturing, Transportation & Rail, Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare, Food & Beverages, etc.
  • All other industries that see leadership skills and physical asset management as a factor to business success such as facilities management and operations

Trainer's Background

The trainer is a Sr. Manager & Consultant, over 25 years of expertise in heavy industry in Maintenance, reliability, project management, and operational excellence.  Facilitate over 500 workshops globally.

He has extensive operations management, maintenance & reliability management, project management, process performance, and CI capability. Global experience in manufacturing, mining, and consulting.  He managed core and supported business functions, strategic project management office.

He has managed and assessed global projects for large organizations on process management, business performance, operations, maintenance, and integrated equipment reliability, optimizing manufacturing footprints, operation system integration, operations due diligence, training-coaching, and mentoring clients.  He has extensive experience in lean manufacturing, six sigma, project management, operations management, asset management, advanced problem solving, and strategy deployment in complex large organizations worldwide. He has deep exposure to product transformation and quality management systems (ISO 9001, ISO11000, ISO55000, TS 16949, Mil-Std).

He has worked across the world in Canada, the USA, China, the Middle East, and Africa in multi-sector global diverse organizations.

Recent projects:

  • Asset management development and deployment for Zinc-copper mine
  • Asset management integration and reliability-CI for Gold corporate mine
  • Asset reliability and DAS integration for Iron ore international mine
  • Maintenance process system development for Iron ore north American mine
  • Operation and throughput optimization Copper-Nickel mine in Canada
  • Business & Process performance for multiple manufacturing sites in Canada & the USA
  • Quality management and supplier management for Chinese aluminum extruder manufacturing

Key Recent Accomplishments:

  • 5% OEE incremental with 7% downtime reduction
  • 25% mining uptime improvement – assets and cost improvements sitewide
  • Integration of MPS (maintenance process system) in multi mine site
  • Development and implementation of RCM roadmap, over 5 million dollars saving

He has helped many notable organisations achieve improved performance through training and consulting advice. These include:

  • THC Consulting
  • Shell
  • Murphy Oil
  • Petronas
  • Advance Petrochem
  • ArcelorMittal
  • Cliffs Natural Resources Mines
  • Artitalia
  • Maax Canada
  • Electrolux
  • Technoform
  • Nyrstar Mining
  • SMEC
  • Argo
  • Detour Gold
  • Vale
  • Metegrity
  • Golden Truth China
  • KPI Institute
  • Vertexk
  • GOS Consulting
  • Nyrstar Mine
  • Louisiana Pacific Corporation
  • Sejingkat Power Corporation
  • Alkhorayef Industries
  • Emirates CMS Power Company
  • Rabigh Electricity Company
  • Felda
  • Astra Honda Motors
  • Daewoo
  • Oceancare Marine Services
  • Tenaga Nasional Berhad
  • And many more!

Event Details

15th – 19th February 2021
8 AM – 11 AM (UTC)
Online Workshop

      “Overall very good, details and applicable maintenance practice. The main strength of training very experiences and knowledgeable trainer.”

      Engineering Manager, Sca Hygiene