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Asset reliability improvement

MS300

This course relates to methods, technologies and best practices used to develop, implement and sustain your optimized maintenance strategy and guides you to benefit from the living program for continuous improvement.

The course explores the justification for your maintenance strategy; examines various strategies and helps you to optimize your current maintenance strategy or transition to a more appropriate strategy. Benefits of implementing the correct maintenance strategy include improved asset reliability, increased uptime and moving your organization from a reactive culture to a reliability focused culture.

Course objectives

This course provides engineers, and managers with the necessary knowledge and abilities to analyze, plan and implement an asset management strategy in their organizations. Upon completion of this course you will have the knowledge to:
  • understand if and when an assessment is necessary
  • describe what type of data is required for various analysis purposes
  • recognize when root cause analysis is necessary and conduct root cause analysis
  • recognize different maintenance program strategies and how they can be optimized
  • understand how to design a change and be ready to implement that change.

Recommended for

Maintenance, plant/facility engineering staff, rotating equipment engineers, maintenance supervisors, managers at industrial plants, reliability engineers and those interested in rotating equipment performance.

Prerequisites

This is an advanced course for individuals who have significant experience in maintenance processes, tasks and results analysis.

RMI On-line courses
  • Asset Efficiency Optimization Basic, MS100
  • Assessment, MS101
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