Across all sectors of engineering, including oil and gas, mining, utilities, defence and manufacturing, the design of systems and equipment is becoming more complex. This has resulted in the increased need for effective maintenance strategies to analyse and predict future reliability performance of infrastructure facilities and assets.
This two-day course will introduce you to fundamental reliability engineering concepts such as reliability-based maintenance, condition monitoring, Risk Based Inspection (RBI), Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) and Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA). You’ll also learn the characteristics of functional failure and standardised maintenance strategies, how to identify and apply the most suitable maintenance strategies and much more.
As a participant, you will be able to use basic maintenance and reliability principles to analyse and predict future reliability performance of operating assets, as well as developing appropriate maintenance strategies for practical application within the workplace.
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Build your Chartered competencies
This training course builds skills and knowledge in the following Engineers Australia Chartered status competencies*:
4. Develop safe and sustainable solutions
6. Identify, assess and manage risks
13. Local engineering knowledge
14. Problem analysis
*Completing this course does not automatically guarantee a competency, it provides participants with the underpinning knowledge required to develop specific Chartered competencies.
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This course is for anyone involved in maintenance and reliability engineering tasks. It will be particularly useful for reliability, process and maintenance engineers as well as asset management professionals.
Alastair Krebs has over 35 years’ experience in Asset Management, Maintenance, Integrity, Risk and Reliability Management, gained within Offshore & Onshore hydrocarbon exploration, supply and processing industries, Electrical Power Generation, Mining resources, Public utilities & Infrastructure
He has worked at a senior level both onshore and offshore for major contractors and clients and has acquired extensive experience in the development and implementation of Asset Maintenance and Integrity Management Systems and Safety Case documents applicable to offshore Oil & Gas installations, including Formal Safety Assessment and EERA (Emergency Evacuation Rescue Analysis).
Alastair has presented numerous papers on Reliability Centred Maintenance, Reliability and Bench Marking, and The Adaptive Process for Maintenance and Integrity, at Keynote Technical Seminars throughout the world (UK, Norway, Japan, Malaysia, Canada Australia, Singapore and Brazil).
In addition to this Alastair is an adjunct lecturer in Asset Management, Risk & Reliability and Operational HSE Management Systems at Curtin University in Perth as part of their Masters’ Degree in Petroleum and Subsea Engineering.
Alastair has extensive experience in the specification and implementation of computerised maintenance management systems such as Maximo, SAP and IFS.
Day one - introduction to reliability-based maintenance concepts
Day two - understanding reliability-based maintenance fundamentals