Learn how to conduct a maintenance requirements analysis that connects maintenance actions with business benefits.
This process helps ensure your operating expense claims are defensible, which the Australian Competition Tribunal recommends.
In this course, you’ll:
- explore the four primary analysis methods of a maintenance requirements analysis
- use basic analytical tools to assess future maintenance costs during the design process
- use these tools to amend the initial solutions and develop accurate costs throughout the asset lifecycle.
When you’ve completed the course, you’ll know how to develop defensible maintenance budgets. You'll also learn how to develop a defensible maintenance program as a budgeted commitment in an asset management plan.
- Understand the asset lifecycle and that it can have qualitative risk determined at any part of that process
- Comprehend how managing physical assets relates to other systems in an organisaton
- Know how to decide the ongoing management and maintenance of any asset
- Widen your design focus—design an asset to function and be maintained across its entire life, not just at a single point in time
Is this course for you?
This course will suit you if you’re a part of an engineering and maintenance team that contributes to asset management (maintenance) plan development. This includes:
- asset managers
- maintenance planners
- maintenance schedulers
- financial planners.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics we'll cover
- Maintenance and its role in the risk management process
- Components of the Maintenance Requirements Analysis (MRA) process
- Key elements of Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Reliability-Centred Maintenance (RCM), Level of Repair Analysis (LORA) and Task Analysis (TA)
- Applying the FMECA and RCM process to a simple asset
- Applying quantitative risk-based decision-making algorithms to optimise RCM task periods
- Applying the MRA processes of LORA and TA to develop a complete preventive maintenance plan
- Reliability-Centred Maintenance
Take this course to build skills and knowledge in the following Engineers Australia Chartered status competencies*:
4. Develop safe and sustainable solutions
6. Identify, assess and manage risks
13. Local engineering knowledge
14. Problem analysis
*Completing this course does not automatically guarantee you a competency. However, you will gain the base knowledge you need to develop these specific Chartered competencies.
Alastair Krebs has more than 35 years’ experience in asset management, maintenance, integrity, and risk and reliability management. He has worked at a senior level, both onshore and offshore, for major contractors and clients across many industries. He has worked in hydrocarbon exploration, supply and processing industries, electrical power generation, mining resources, public utilities and infrastructure.
He is experienced in developing and implementing asset maintenance and integrity management systems and safety case documents for offshore oil and gas installations. He also has extensive experience in the specification and implementation of computerised maintenance management systems.
Alastair is also an adjunct lecturer in Curtin University’s Master of Petroleum Engineering and Master of Subsea Engineering programs, where he teaches asset management, risk and reliability, and operational HSE management systems.
Alastair often presents at keynote technical seminars worldwide on topics such as reliability-centred maintenance, reliability and benchmarking, and the adaptive process for maintenance and integrity.
Great summary of asset maintenance requirements for RCM and FMECA. Helped to fill the gaps in knowledge I had.
The instructors experience and knowledge added value to this course
The facilitator was engaging and I am able to apply the learning to my work