Across all sectors of engineering the design of systems and equipment is becoming more complex. This has resulted in the increased need for effective maintenance strategies to analyse and predict future reliability performance of infrastructure facilities and assets.
This workshop is delivered over two x four-hour sessions and provides a basic understanding of Asset Maintenance and Reliability Management.
Based on the international standard (ISO55000), an industry expert facilitator will demonstrate that Maintenance and Reliability Management is integral to an effective Asset Management system.
You'll learn how to use maintenance and reliability principles to analyse and predict future reliability performance of operating assets, as well as develop appropriate maintenance strategies for your assets.
16 November - 17 November
This course will run on:
16 - 17 November 2022, 9:30am - 1:30pm AEDT
Registration closes three business days before each workshop.
- Identify what Asset Maintenance and Reliability Management is and how it may benefit your organisation and development the appropriate maintenance.
- Analyse and predict future reliability performance
- Develop and apply appropriate maintenance strategies
- Discuss and resolve maintenance and reliability issues
- Apply Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) & Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) principles to improve performance
- Identify of the advantages of condition-based maintenance techniques and their application
Is this course for you?
This course is relevant to anyone involved in maintenance and reliability engineering tasks.
- Reliability engineers
- Process engineers
- Maintenance engineers
- Asset management professionals
- Maintenance supervisors
- Operations personnel
- Facility engineers
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics we'll cover
Session 1 - Introduction
- Introduction to Asset Management
- Where does Maintenance fit within Asset Management
- Why we do maintenance
- Growing expectations of maintenance
- Changing maintenance techniques
- Fourth Generation expectation of Maintenance
- Asset Life Cycle Planning
Session 2 - Equipment Failure and characteristics
- Equipment Failure and Failure Characteristics
- Understanding the consequence of Failure
Session 3 - Reliability, Availability, Maintainability
- Reliability Block diagrams
- Serial & Parallel
Session 4 - Maintenance Strategy/ Tactics Overview
- Maintenance Strategy/ Tactics
- Time based or Usage-based Maintenance
- Failure Finding Maintenance
- Run to Failure Maintenance
- Design out Maintenance
- Predictive/ Condition Based Maintenance
- PF Interval determination
- Risk Based Inspections
Session 5 - Criticality
- Asset and process risk
- Why do we assess Criticality?
- Criticality as a tool to determine Asset strategies/ Tactics
Session 6 - Root Cause analysis
- What is Root Case Analysis?
- Why do Root Cause Analysis?
- 5 Whys
- Fish Bone Analysis
- Logic Tree Analysis
- Comparing the 3 methods
Session 6 - FMECA
- What is FMECA
- What is a failure mode?
- Failure severity/ consequence
- Failure Occurrence/ likelihood
- Detectability of a failure
- Risk Ranking
- FMECA process
- When to conduct an FMECA
- What FMECA can and cannot Achieve
Session 7 - Reliability Centred Maintenance
- What is Reliability Centred Maintenance
- Operating Context
- Operating context discussion
- Levels of Analysis
- Determining study boundaries
- The Seven Questions
- Discussion - what do the 7 questions mean?
- What is a Function?
- Functional Statements
- Primary and Secondary Functions
- Functional failure
- Failure Effects
- RCM process
- The RCM decision tree
- What RCM can and cannot achieve
- What FMECA can and cannot Achieve
Session 8 - Revisit the Asset Life Cycle Plan
- Elements of an Asset Lifecycle plan
- Levels of service
- State of the assets
- Risks and emerging issues
- Asset performance
- Operations, Maintenance and Renewal strategies
- Finance, budgets, and constraints
- Assessment and performance monitoring
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.