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An introduction to the Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) process and related concepts and terminology. Participants will gain general knowledge of RCM principles, what information is required to perform RCM, and how that information is used. Intended to provide basic knowledge to staff who will participate in RCM analysis and managers who may want a more detailed overview of the RCM process.
WHO THIS IS FOR
This course for engineers and other RCM support staff who will participate in RCM analyses in the military, municipal & commercial sectors, specifically:
- Fleet/asset Managers
- Maintenance planners/managers
- Reliability managers/engineers
- Field service representatives
- Maintenance technicians
- Supportability professionals
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN
- General knowledge of RCM principles
- What information is needed to perform RCM and how that information is used
- A working understanding of the planning and preparation phase of RCM Analysis
- Knowledge of the various support roles and their responsibilities within an RCM Analysis
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
You’ll walk away with the knowledge needed to participate as a supporting role for a RCM effort. The course provides a high level overview in a Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Standard JA1011 compliant RCM process. Including the 4 major elements of the RCM Process. This course provides the understanding of how support roles interface during a RCM Analysis. Including support roles such as Equipment/System Subject Matter Expert (SME), System Engineers, Data Analysts, Logistics Support, Maintenance Planners and Maintenance Managers.
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