RCM is a methodology that is used to develop maintenance concepts for the failure behavior of highly critical systems. We do not deal with this superficially. This failure behavior often has serious consequences, which we have to maintain seriously.
We offer RCM training worldwide. Our online RCM training courses are used in more than 64 countries.
To make maintenance plans that cover the current failure behavior of highly critical systems, attention to detail is required. In order to be able to describe the failure behavior properly, the terminology behind RCM needs to be mastered. With a terminology consisting of 34 definitions, it becomes clear how the mechanism behind the failure behavior is determined. Some definitions are close together and training is necessary to apply them properly.
RCM analyses are executed by working group analyses. The required information transcends software, data and departments and someone can never make a good RCM analysis on their own.
In RCM analyses, use is made of a working group that has been trained to at least Level 1. The working group is managed by a Level 2 (RCM Facilitator). Together, all RCM steps are completed.
We offer RCM training courses which lead to RCM Levels 1-2-3-4.
– RCM Level 1: workgroup member
– RCM Level 2: RCM Facilitator
– RCM Level 3: RCM Teacher / Mentor / Coach
– RCM Level 4: RCM Examiner
Online training courses are preferably suitable for people who want to do a training course in their own time and at their own pace. Our online training courses are fully focused on improving the efficiency of processes. That is why we offer the following online training courses…
Reliability Management training courses focus on maintenance concepts that manage failure behavior. Participants will learn how to use different solutions to create maintenance concepts for high, medium and low-critical systems. For this purpose Risk Priority Numbering techniques are used to make criticality analyses. Maintenance concepts will be nested into Maintenance Plans which will upgrade the Maintenance Programs in the CMMS.
Maintenance influences failure behavior. This affects costs – quality – safety – health – environment – logistics – annoyance – motivation and other risks. Maximum returns can only be achieved if the failure behavior is under control. Everyone who influences and suffers from failure behavior is involved in analyses or a Reliability Management implementation.
The Reliability Management training courses are intended for management, production and technical staff.
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Technical training courses have been developed for employees who assemble, disassemble, analyse and inspect.
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Continuous improvement must be managed with special attention. With Management Workshops the management is informed about the steps that are taken and which the management can effectively implement Reliability Management methodologies like:
The Reliability Management workshop (4 hours) and is intended for factory managers.