Applied Reliability Centered Maintenance

Ahmed D., PHD, CMRP, CRE, PE.

The purpose of this course is to broaden the knowledge of the Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) process and illustrate how RCM can apply within an industry-neutral application. The discussion will dive deeper into the various aspects of RCM and different methodologies applied (SRCM, RCM2, RCM Turbo, ..etc) in order to identify the most appropriate approach for a successful implementation. RCM introduces three basic concepts for asset management. Identifying what is important, defining what should be done, and changing the existing programs are what RCM practitioners will possess and commune when applying the RCM process.

We will also study some techniques that will engage people to change the existing program, as well as explore general RCM project steps.

DAY 1 - Introduction

  • Module 1: Setting the Scene (Course Introduction)
    • RCM History and Introduction to the RCM Standards SAE JA1011, SAE JA 1012
  • Module 2: RCM Overview and Business Context
  • Break
  • Module 3: RCM Phase “What is Important?”
  • Lunch
  • Practical Session: Criticality Matrix
  • Module 3: RCM Phase “What is Important?”
  • Break
  • Module 3: RCM Phase “What is Important?”
  • Practical Session: Developing system Boundaries and Asset Hierarchical Structure (ISO 14224:2016)
  • Conclude Day 1

DAY 2

  • Reflection Day 1
  • Practical Session: Functional Failure Analysis
  • Module 4: RCM Phase “What should be done?”
  • Break
  • Module 4: RCM Phase “What should be done?”
  • Lunch
  • Practical Session: Maintenance Strategy (What works best?)
  • Break
  • Module 5: RCM Customization and Requirements
  • Practical Session: FMEA
  • Conclude Day 2

DAY 3

  • Reflection Day 2
  • Module 6: Change the Existing Program (Implementation and Improvement)
  • Break
  • Practical Session: Change the Existing Program
  • Module 6: Change the Existing Program (Implementation and Improvement)
  • Lunch
  • Module 7: RCM Project
  • Break
  • Practical Session: Project Plan
  • Module 8: RBI Integration with RCM in AMST
  • Closure and Reflection Day 3

 

What is Applied Reliability Centered Maintenance training course objective?

In order to comprehend and practice these techniques, we will use a number of practical sessions – some simple examples to illustrate the principles, but also reconsider a number of technical RCM topics.
At the end of this course, you should:

  • Know how to describe the RCM process flow
  • Understand the importance of identifying and categorizing assets
  • Understand criticality and the FMECA approach in RCM
  • Understand how to develop an RCM analysis, as well as the implications of making the strategy work
  • Understand the requirements for RC
  • Recognize the importance of data structure and content before you do any kind of strategy work
  • Understand RCM customization
  • Understand why to conduct a task comparison
  • Understand what work packaging is
  • Understand how to implement RCM
  • Recognize what a living program is
  • Know the content of an RCM project plan

Who should join Applied Reliability Centered Maintenance training course by PetroSync?

This course is specially designed for the following disciplines:

  • Maintenance and Reliability Engineers and Managers
  • Engineering personnel and managers

Ahmed D., PHD, CMRP, CRE, PE.

Asset Managemenet Expert

Ahmed is the CEO and President of Operational Excellence Experts Consultant and Training with 20 years experiences in asset management, technical asset integrity management, asset management, maintenance and reliability. Ahmed is a Member on several committees of the ISO 55000 standard development. He is Founder and Chairman of the board of the Egyptian Society for Asset Management Professionals. Ahmed Developed Reliability Departments and consulting divisions for GE (Bentley Nevada), Meridium, SKF in Middle East and Africa as well as several customer companies

Position and Credentials:

  • Certified through the Institute of Asset Management (UK) as organization preparation facilitator / service provider respectively for the ISO 55000 (Asset Management) and ISO 31000 (Risk Management) standards.
  • Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP)
  • Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE)
  • Certified vibration analyst level 1 (BINDT)
  • Certified ultrasonic testing specialist (BINDT)
  • Certified Oil Analyst 3 and lubrication program developer (NOREA)
  • Certified Instructor (OSHA (Several areas))
  • Certified Investigator (Taproot)
  • Certified Fire Investigator (OSHA)
  • Certified Thermographic Imaging analyst 3 (FLIR)
  • Certified RCM Facilitator (SKF / Aladon)
  • Certified RBI Specialist and Inspection program developer (API) (API 580, 581, 570, 510)
  • Certified Facilitator (GE)
  • Certified Presenter and Public Speaker (GE)

 
  • Code PST0416-202401
  • Start Date 29 Jul, 2024
  • End Date 31 Jul, 2024
  • Locations Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Cost USD 2995
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  • Code PST0416-202301
  • Start Date 19 Jun, 2023
  • End Date 21 Jun, 2023
  • Locations Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Cost USD 2995
Code Start Date End Date Locations Cost Instructor Register
PST0416-202401 29 Jul, 2024 31 Jul, 2024 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia USD 2995 Ahmed D., PHD, CMRP, CRE, PE. Register
PST0416-202301 19 Jun, 2023 21 Jun, 2023 Jakarta, Indonesia USD 2995 Ahmed D., PHD, CMRP, CRE, PE.
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