Rcm training

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Rcm training

  1. 1. RCM TRAININGALTER EVO INGENIEROS
  2. 2. WHO IS ALTER EVO? Alter Evo Ingenieros was born in 2006 as a consulting specialized in Asset Management, RAM Engineering, Tribology and Lubrication. Highlights are the trainings are projects of RCM (Reliability-Centered Maintenance), FMEA ( Failure Mode and Effects Analysis), Inventory Management and RCA (Root Cause Analysis).
  3. 3. RCM The RCM projects are rights for everytype of industry, fleet or building, it provide these benefits: • Improve the safety of and the environment protection. ISO • Reduce the maintenance cost. 9000 • Improve the reliability of the equipments. • Make the planing and scheduling of tasks easy. ISO/TS OSHAS RCM 16949 18000 • Improve the eficiency and productivity. • Fully compatible with other standards. ISO 14000
  4. 4. RCM CONSULTING AUDITS PROJECTS RCA FMEA TRAINING
  5. 5. RCM TRAINING Alter Evo Ingenieros offers training of RCM flexible and adaptable to the needs of every company: • RCM Introduction Training (2 h.) • RCM Basic Training (8 h.) • RCM Advanced Training (24 h.) In- site and On-line trainings. Recommended 6 attendants per course (máximum).
  6. 6. RCM TRAINING OBJECTIVE The objective of this course is to provide an understanding of the RCM method of maintenance task optimization. Participants will gain an understanding of the use of failure data analysis and failure forecasting and how to choose optimum maintenance tasks that reduce the costs to the business, the application of SAE JA 1011 and other standards and failure management policies. OUTCOME Upon completion, participants will: Be able to choose the optimum maintenance task and know the benefits to the business. Know how to forecast spares, resources, budgets and risks. Know what needs to be done to keep a maintenance plan focused on minimising the chance of future losses.
  7. 7. RCM TRAINING RCM Introduction Training Duration (estimated): 2 h. • Evolution of the maintenance. • Maintenance and RCM. • Taxonomy of equipments. • The seven questions (SAE JA 1011). • Applying RCM. • Benefits of RCM.
  8. 8. RCM TRAINING RCM Basic Training Duration (estimated): 8 h. • Introduction to RCM. • Preparation and planning. •Taxonomy of equipments (+ ISO 14224:2006) • The seven questions of SAE JA 1011 (+ FMEA) • Applying and monitoring RCM.
  9. 9. RCM TRAINING RCM Advanced Training Duration (estimated): 24 h. • Introduction to RCM. • Reliability principles. • Preparation and planning. •Taxonomy of equipments (+ ISO 14224:2006) • The seven questions of SAE JA 1011 (+ other standards) • Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (SAE J1739). • Review of Scheduled and On-conditioning Tasks. • Inventory Management (RCS). • Applying and monitoring RCM.
  10. 10. TRAINER Jorge Asiain Sastre Manager and Founder of Alter Evo Ingenieros Professor (part-time) in the School of Engineering of the Universidad Europea de Madrid (Laureate International Universities). Bs Mechanical Engineering (Universidad de Salamanca). Ms Automotive Engineering (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and INSIA). Asset Management Principles Certification (Institute of Asset Management) Experience: 15 years in maintenance and reliability (9 of them in Oil and Gas, 6 as RCM consultant and 4 years as RCM professor).

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