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The Reliability Engineer (RE) is the business advisor to facility maintenance and production. In this role, the RE mitigates the risks associated with managing assets by encouraging interdepartmental partnerships focused on the goal of reliable production. This strategic position is responsible for evaluating and predicting performance to achieve the greatest asset utilization at the lowest total cost of ownership. The RE sees all aspects of proper plant function, puts equipment first, and makes decisions based on how machines function and their impact on production. Just as a business advisor must balance policy and diplomacy, the RE must be dedicated to preserving asset reliability and managing risk.
In this 3-day course, you will learn what it means to be a Reliability Engineer, how to build and sustain a strategic Reliability Engineering program, and how to gain support from other departments to achieve your facility’s reliability goals.
In This Training, Learn How To
Examine the Reliability Engineer role
-Review reliability-based asset management philosophy
-Describe the role and responsibilities of a Reliability Engineer
Define the essential components of a successful reliability program
-Reliability Centered Maintenance
-Physical asset management
Investigate reliability tools and problem-solving methods
-Practice different problem-solving techniques
-Use different reliability models to analyze data for reliability
-Discuss Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action System (FRACAS)
-Recognize the fundamentals of risk assessment and risk management
Discuss ways to optimize your reliability program
-Practice optimizing preventive maintenance plans
-Cite elements of designing for reliability
-Discuss 5 PdM technologies and their application
Who Should Attend Training
Reliability Engineering Excellence is for those involved in improving asset/capacity reliability and predictive maintenance programs. Anyone responsible for decreasing repetitive failures, including Reliability Engineers, Maintenance Managers, Reliability Technicians, Plant Managers, Operations Managers, Production Managers and Reliability personnel.
April 23-25, 2013 (Charleston, SC)
September 24-26, 2013 (Charleston, SC)
Life Cycle Institute, 4360 Corporate Road, Charleston, SC 29405
Each course includes a comprehensive active learning manual, morning and afternoon refreshments, lunch, and the use of a fully equipped e-business center. Class hours are 8:30am to 4:30pm Tuesday through Thursday. All students completing a class at the Life Cycle Institute will receive a certificate of completion awarding CEU’s.
Approved for credit toward the University of Tennessee’s Reliability & Maintainability Certificate.