Increasing availability, reliability, and efficiency are becoming more and more of an essential factor for companies to remain competitive. Reducing cost, eliminating failure, and improving safety, performance, and worker morale are also key to ensuring that the organizations’ goals are met.
To achieve a reliable and efficient process, major decisions need to be made about the maintenance and design of existing assets, processes, and facilities.
The Maintenance Reliability framework takes a holistic approach to determining asset management requirements, encompassing integrity, health, safety, environment, financial risk considerations, and technology. RCM is globally recognized as a necessary grounding and direction for maintenance heads, managers, and operational staff involved with maintenance and reliability improvement. It has a proven track record of success across a wide range of industries. However, to realize the potential benefits, Maintenance reliability needs to be applied correctly and properly implemented.