Date: 6:10 May 2018
Time; 5.30 : 10.30 pm
Venue: #Alexandria, #Egypt
About The Course
Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) is the process of determining the most effective maintenance approach. The RCM philosophy employs Preventive Maintenance (PM), Predictive Maintenance (PdM), Real-time Monitoring (RTM1), Run-to-Failure (RTF- also called reactive maintenance) and Proactive Maintenance techniques in an integrated manner to increase the probability that a machine or component will function in the required manner over its design life cycle with a minimum of maintenance. The goal of the philosophy is to provide the stated function of the facility, with the required reliability and availability at the lowest cost. RCM requires that maintenance decisions be based on maintenance requirements supported by sound technical and economic justification.
Understand RCM theory | Understand RCM Principles | Be conversant with RCM terminology in accordance | Practical Application of RCM (worked examples during the course) | Understanding of the importance of a continuous improvement culture | An awareness of RCM benefits at different levels within an organisation.
An awareness course designed for personnel who will be RCM review group members, and the Managers who are responsible for them and the assets and processes under review. Such personnel include Managers, Operators, Maintenance Technicians, Operations and Maintenance Supervisors, and Experts such as Process Engineers or Rotating Equipment Engineers.
- Introduction and Proactive Concept
- Definitions of reliability based on industry and application
- Maintenance & maintenance cycle
- Contemporary Asset Management and Maintenance Engineering
Proactive Reliability Maintenance Concepts
- Disadvantages of unhealthy equipment and why to get proactive
- Failure definitions and nomenclature
- Bath-Tub Curve and Failure patterns.
- P-F Curve as a base for maintenance management.
Introduction to Reliability-Centered Maintenance
- RCM history and evolution
- Types of RCM
- RCM Principles
- RCM Analysis
- Benefits of RCM
- Impact of RCM on the Facilities Life-Cycle
- Deciding to Conduct RCM Project (from RCM PM Guide)
Reliability Centered Maintenance Application
- Reliability Centered Maintenance Procedure and Approach
o RCM Process Flow Diagram
o Set up RCM Project Team
o Select System Boundary
o Reliability Centered Maintenance Criticality Matrix
o Determine System Functions and Functional Failure
Reliability Centered Maintenance Application (Cont.)
- Reliability Centered Maintenance Procedure and Approach (Cont.)
o Performing Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis
o Identify Failure Causes
o Perform Non-Critical Evaluation
o Define Planned Maintenance Tasks
- Implementing RCM Recommendations
Maintenance Types & RCM Program Components
o Reactive Maintenance
o Preventive Maintenance
o Predictive Testing and Inspection
o Proactive Maintenance
o Acceptance Testing
Reliability Centered Maintenance full practice case
How To Register
Course Fees; 3000 / 2850* / 2700** EGP (Registration is confirmed only upon payment)
Not in Egypt? No problems, half board hotel ( 6 Nights / 4 stars hotel ) + Training, full package fees 2500 $.
Fees include hard copy materials and attendance certificate
Complimentary coffee breaks and light snacks.
Rrgistration should be made maximum one week prior to course starting date by 1000 EGP as down payment and 2000 EGP to be paid on the first day
Down payment ways
1 - By vodafone cash 1020 EGP ( 1000 down payment + 20 Vodafone service charge ) to 01067385500 or 01064749611.
2 - By bank transfer ( 1000 EGP down payment ) to;
Bank account Number ; 306968
Bank Name: FAISAL ISLAMIC BANK OF EGYPT
Bank Address: (82) Othman bin Affan Street / Heliopolis.
Account Name; RES أر إى إس
Swift Code; FIEGEGCXHEL
* Early Bird Price is offered to all enrolment made one month prior to the course
** Discount is offered to RES Global's clients or for groups of 3 or more.
In-house option is available at any city inside or outside Egypt
Registration is confirmed only upon payment.
Dates are subject to change based on the number of registrants.
Please, no audio or video recording.
Attendees are on their own for meals, but coffee breaks and light snacks are complementary offered throughout the day and during breaks.
To register, call 01067385500 or 01064749611 or send an email to; firstname.lastname@example.org
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