An intro to move forward to the next step in any of the maintenance management pillars and what you need to be aware of the grid that constructs this page of life.
Before you return to disengagement or to forget why you were doing this task, ask your self “Are you 100% sure?” Read how to maintain trust..
Shifting your timeline does not need a major modification, Small consistent steps will yield better and more sustainable results. The whole story and examples were covered in this article
This chat added some eye opening insights on the failure modes while exploring the failure levels and subsystem partitioning
In the this chat we shall demonstrate failure modes of some sample equipment and some guides to properly level your system analysis. As we had defined Failure Modes in our previous chat; A failure Mode for a Function Failure is one of the ways that this Failure could happen. In other words , it is […]
This chat draws a perception of the The Failure Mode, its importance and how to select useful ones.
Your team of maintainers and operators are the best source for the Failure Effect knowledge. Other resources carries only information.
Read to know the pros and cons of the first source that comes to mind for the knowledge of the Failure Effect. Is it information or knowledge?
Read in this chat some insights on the steps of collecting the Failure Effect (FE) of a specific Failure Mode (FM) on your way to apply RCM
We shall demonstrate the main jargons used in the decision making sheet of the RCM (Reliability-Centered Maintenance). Those expressions are important to understand the process of applying the RCM. As explained in the last chat: 5-Reliability made easy – RCM Jargons, the RCM analysis ends up in 2 fundamental sheets: The Information Worksheet and The […]