Learn the key elements of an effective reliability program
Maintenance and Reliability is focused on carrying out the correct maintenance on equipment, to the correct maintenance standard and at the correct time. Maintenance Best Practice (MBP) is focused on continuous improvement of the function of maintenance and its strategic contribution to business goals. One of the main drivers of MBP is to apply sound and logical strategies to improve the integrity of the maintenance programme. This course covers the main elements of planning, executing, monitoring and improving reliability of equipment in a workplace.
It starts by exploring the application of the correct maintenance techniques and trade practices, their documentation and application in the work place. From there, it explores the methods and systems for carrying out analysis of the plant
maintenance strategies, down to individual item maintenance schedules. The final part concentrates on the techniques available to constantly monitor, assess and improve the condition of plant and equipment.
The course is designed to give both reliability professionals and trades people additional knowledge and skills to enhance the reliability capability of any organisation.
- Understand the benefits of using Maintenance and Reliability tools and practices.
- Understand common maintenance and reliability terminology.
- Understand the basic tools and practices required to effect quality repairs and installation of equipment.
- Understand how to assess risk associated with unreliability and risk management approaches. Understand how risk management fits into RCM (Reliability Centred Maintenance).
- Collect reliability and performance data for plant and equipment; analyse and report on this data.
- Undertake proactive maintenance analysis.
- Demonstrate an understanding of RCM (Reliability Centred Maintenance) and its application.
- Understand the benefits and application of RCA (Root Cause Analysis).
- Have an appreciation of the methodology of HAZOPs (Hazard and Operability Studies) and the application and benefits.
- Understand predictive maintenance techniques available and their application and benefits.
- Implement an improvement strategy and discuss how this will be sustained.
Programme assessment requirements
Assessment for this programme of will be collected from the following sources of evidence:
A two hour exam on the last day.
A work based project to be completed and submitted within two months of completion of the final module.
Completion of classroom exercises during the course. The exercises will be retained by EStep Ltd and used at part of the assessment process.
Suitable Candidates for this Course
Engineering Apprentices (All Crafts)