Dynamic Reliability Centered Maintenance
- Understand how reliability-centered principles apply to all types of assets and the entire life-cycle of assets
- Discover how the history of RCM leads to a highly effective process today
- Systematically analyse and conduct Failure Mode, Effect and Criticality analysis (FMECA) to effectively identify criticality of key assets, prioritise tasks and minimize wastage
- Design and tailor the ideal RCM framework to suit your business needs for operational excellence
- Determine the best preventive and predictive maintenance task that is suitable for the business operation
- Learn and apply the key elements of Reliability Centered Maintenance
- Determine what needs to be done to implement the RCM analysis
- Ensure successful adaptation and implementation of asset management improvements with absolute compliance from artisans, technicians and contractors
Increasing reliability is becoming more and more of an essential factor for companies to remain competitive. To achieve reliable operation processes, major decisions need to be made in order to repair, rehabilitate and extend the working life of existing assets and facilities. Reducing cost, eliminating failures and improving safety, performance and worker morale are key to ensuring that the organizations goals are met.
The Reliability Centered Maintenance framework takes a holistic approach encompassing integrity, health, safety, environment, financial and technology. RCM is globally recognised as a mandatory grounding and direction for maintenance heads, managers and operational staff involved with reliability improvement.
Salvo Global’s cutting edge 3-day course is based on pacesetting reliability best practices in equipment operation, maintenance and design that will enable participants to realign their thinking regarding maintenance and further improve on their reliability initiatives. Participants will recognise the need to further examine and align maintenance strategies to fit the current more demanding conditions while at the same time aligning themselves to the overall direction of the organization. Theories that will be presented will be supported and illustrated through a combination of real-world case studies and an extended hypothetical scenario that enables participants to easily incorporate RCM program insights, techniques and procedures into their organizations.
By attending the masterclass, delegates will be able to:
- Reduce Maintenance Cost by 20% – 40%
- Increase Overall Equipment Availability by 20% – 40%
- Optimize Maintenance Regime by 20% – 40%
Delegates will learn key steps to successfully incorporate critical tools such as RCM, RCFA, FMECA, Life Cycle Costing, etc. into the current maintenance regime. They will be able to take back with them a practical action plan to implement within their organization in order to achieve measurable results in a more efficient plant maintenance, increased operational efficiency, lowered operating costs and improved plant availability.
VPs, Directors, Division Heads, Managers, Superintendents, Specialists, Leaders, Supervisors, Foremen, Planners, Technicians and Engineers from the following departments:
- Facilities Management
- Preventive Maintenance
- Predictive Maintenance
- Shutdowns & Turnarounds
- Condition Monitoring
- Rotating Equipment
- Static Equipment
- Mechanical Engineering
- Asset Management
- Asset Integrity
Delegates will receive a copy of the trainer’s bestselling book “Reliability Centered Asset Management” and the Extensive E-copy of Topic-related Reference.
The Trainer has been in maintenance and reliability engineering for over 30 years with most of that time specifically working with RCM analyses. He is an expert in process design, FMECA, RCM, life cycle cost analysis, and other aspects of equipment maintenance and reliability.
Among the notable positions the trainer has had in major companies, he has helped in developing the RCM program for the United States Naval Aviation and was on the team that wrote the Society for Automotive Engineers RCM Standards. For a time, he was also the Chief RCM Engineer at Wyle and started the RCM program from the ground up. This included developing the “Versatile RCM” (VRCM) process, guiding the development of the VRCM software for performing the analyses, training in-house technicians and customers to perform the VRCM process and developing comprehensive VRCM programs for many customers.
In his role as a mentor and facilitator, he has trained numerous people in the RCM process and fascinated many groups in performing RCM. He was trained in the RCMII process by its author, John Moubray, and was a certified independent RCMII practitioner. He has been trained and has trained others in multiple RCM methods so he has a unique understanding of what works and what does not.
He was invited to present a paper on “The CORE Principles of RCM” at the 2008 ICOMS, the annual conference of the Maintenance Engineering Society of Australia (MESA). After which, he was part of their Eminent Speaker tour where he travelled around Australia speaking on maintenance and reliability engineering and RCM to MESA members. He was also invited to be a guest lecturer on RCM at the University of Tennessee “Reliability Boot Camp”.
The trainer has helped many notable organisations achieve improved performance through training and consulting advice. These include:
- Alidade MER, Inc.
- Arkima, Inc.
- ARMS Reliability
- Asset Management Counsel, Australia
- Asset Management and Maintenance Journal
- Bayer Crop Science
- Carver PA
- Haward Technologies
- Johnson and Johnson
- Loop LLC
- Merridum, Inc.
- Mikus Group
- Maintenance Engineering Society Australia
- Pale Verde Nuclear Power Generating Station
- Portland General Electric
- Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals
- Suncor Shell
- United States Air Force
- United States Army
- United States Navy
- University of Central Florida
- University of Michigan
- University of Minnesota
- University of Tennessee, Maintenance and Reliability Center
- University of Texas, Austin
All information regarding the event will be listed on our event brochures. It contains all the necessary information such as the Investment Fee, Full Course Agenda, Top Learning Objectives, Trainer’s Profile, and more. You may request for an event brochure by:
a. Signing up on the Request for Brochure form located at the Event Page
b. Leaving a message to Sally via Salvo’s Support Message Box.
c. Sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
You will be required to provide details such as your Name, Organisation, Corporate E-mail Address, Contact Number, and Country of Origin.
The exact hotel location will be made known to all delegates privately approximately 1 month prior to the commencement date. We do have preferential corporate rates at the event hotels. Interested parties may inquire at email@example.com or request for the event brochure. Delegates who have confirmed their participation with us will be contacted by our team as soon as a venue is finalised. Usually, we hold all our events in 5 star hotels based in the city centre.
Salvo typically provides a 10% discount from the original investment fee per delegate should a company send 3 or more delegates to attend the course. Specific discounts may differ for respective programs so please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further confirmation on the exact discount.
Aside from the group discount mentioned above, Salvo offers a special Early Bird Discount once a new event is released. However, delegates must register as soon as possible since the special rate will only be available for a limited time.
The Investment Fee will cover all the course documents and materials that will be used during the training, as well as luncheons and coffee breaks during the training program. The Investment Fee does not cover the travel and accommodation expenses of the delegates, however, we can assist you by providing details on the estimated cost for both. The Investment Fee is also exclusive of tax. Taxes are to be borne by the delegate’s organisation.
Once you receive a copy of the event brochure, complete the registration form which is located on the last page and send it back to us. Upon receipt of the completed registration form with authorization, we will proceed to block the seat(s) on our system for your organization. Thereafter, the invoice will be sent out by our Finance team for processing of payment.
Your payment can be made via Telegraphic Transfer or via Credit Cards through American Express, MasterCard, Visa or Diners. Bank charges and local withholding tax are to be borne by the registrant.
Full payment should be made within TEN (10) WORKING DAYS upon receipt of invoice.
Aside from the knowledge that our expert trainers are imparting, a Certificate of Completion will be issued to all delegates completing a minimum of 90% of the total hours of the course. Some of our events offer takeaways and free consultation after the course. It varies from programs to programs.
You will receive a pre-course questionnaire upon successful registration. Kindly state your specific concerns and issues on this questionnaire and send it back to us, as this will be consolidated and forwarded to the trainer during the formulation of the course agenda. Alternatively, you can also email us at email@example.com regarding your concern so we can be in touch to ensure that your concerns is addressed asap.
The registration form carries at least a 50% cancellation liability 6 weeks prior to the commencement date of the event after a signed sales resignation contract has been received by Salvo. If we are notified less than 2 weeks prior to the commencement date of the event, full cancellation fees is applicable.
With that said, we do understand that last minute changes do occur in organizations due to last minute change in schedule, job requirements etc. As such, please contact us soonest at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can assist in the best way forward for any changes.