Reliability Tasks - Maintenance Engr, Reliability Engr, Maintenance Planner

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Reliability Tasks - Maintenance Engr, Reliability Engr, Maintenance Planner

  1. 1. Reliability Task AssignmentsGPAllied Training Series Task Reliability Engineer Maintenance Engineer Planner Preventive Maintenance  Ensures failure modes  Responsible for  Ensures correct parts and Procedures addressed are technical accuracy of consumables are called out appropriate the job plan in the procedure  Performs cost/benefit  Resource for the  Responsible for consistency analysis to set correct Planner to establish of format and management frequency of task(s) specific equipment of the PM program on daily tolerances and basis specifications Job Plans and Job Plan Library  Ensures that all assets in  Responsible for  Ensures correct parts and the EMP have a job plan technical accuracy of consumables are called out on file (both proactive the job plan in the procedure and reactive)  Resource for the  Responsible for consistency Planner to establish of format and management specific equipment of the Job Plan Library on tolerances and daily basis specifications  Responsible for verification of parts kits Bill of Materials  Supports the  Responsible for  Alerts Maintenance Maintenance Engineer accuracy of Engineer when and Store with information discrepancies are identified. availability simulation to  Responsible for  Works with Maintenance verify stores adjustments verifying that the BOM Engineer to determine  Alerts stores function has been updated after appropriate stores levels for when stocking equipment parts by tracking parts modifications are modifications usage. warranted based on usage and failure analysis Engineered Maintenance  Responsible for changes  Resource for the  Manages the CMMS output Strategy to the Equipment Reliability Engineer of inspection schedules for Maintenance Plan based with assistance in the PM and PdM routes. on analysis of asset collection and analysis  Prepares and analyzes failure data of machinery failure reports on inspection route  Alerts Stores to changes data compliance and satisfaction in stocking levels to of noted action items match changes in task frequency Page 1 of 9 GPAllied LLC 4200 Faber Place Charleston, SC 29405 www.GPAllied.com Office (843) 414-5760 Fax (843) 414-5779
  2. 2. Reliability Task AssignmentsGPAllied Training Series Task Reliability Engineer Maintenance Engineer Planner Outage/Turn Around Planning  Ensures use of  Optimizes the Mean-  Completes job plans with Condition Monitoring Time-To-Repair (MTTR) manpower scheduling and information is included  Responsible for technical parts verifications per in turn-around the accuracy of the job steps standard master plan decision  Responsible to develop the making process master plan for outages and turn-arounds  Prepares outage schedules and manpower requirement estimates Equipment Modifications  Assists Maintenance  Develops equipment  Completes job plans with Engineer with reliability modification plans based manpower scheduling and analysis of proposed on failure data, crafts parts verifications per equipment feedback and OEM standard modifications design modifications  Makes specific  Makes specific recommendations to equipment improve machinery recommendations to performance and improve machinery reliability based on performance, analysis of process and maintainability and failure data reliability Parts Standardizations  Assists Maintenance  Creates plans to  Updates Job Plans to reflect Engineer with reliability standardize parts across changes in parts analysis of proposed like machines taking into changes account specific component performance and maintainability  Verifies that the BOM reflects the changes  Works with stores to delete unnecessary spares MRO Adjustments  Responsible for analysis of spares usage and failure data to determine proper stocking levels based on failure data, usage and simulation modeling of the Engineered Maintenance Strategy Page 2 of 9 GPAllied LLC 4200 Faber Place Charleston, SC 29405 www.GPAllied.com Office (843) 414-5760 Fax (843) 414-5779
  3. 3. Reliability Task AssignmentsGPAllied Training Series Task Reliability Engineer Maintenance Engineer Planner Equipment Documentation  Responsible to maintain  Keeps current copy of all Management current and correct OEM OEM specifications, specifications, manuals manuals and procedures as and procedures for plant job planning reference assets in support of planning functions and in support of daily maintenance function PdM/NDT  Develops and manages  Resource for the  Plans the work and places it the PdM/NDT process Reliability Engineer with on the schedule in a timely for the purpose of the specific machine manner such that early identification and performance machinery breakdown are elimination of asset information and detailed mitigated or eliminated defects component and parts  nd 2 tier resource for data technical assistance  Responsible for alarm management Work Order System  Manages the life of the of Management Work Requests/Work Order  Completes Job Plans  Follows-up on job plans completion CMMS Failure Data (FRACAS)  Responsible to performs  Resource for the  Responsible for ensuring statistical analysis on Reliability Engineer with that all work orders are machinery failure data specific machine closed with correct closing and work order closing performance codes codes to determine information and detailed  Ensures the “As Found”, “As whether adjustments to component and parts Left” fields on the Job Plan the Engineered data Procedures are completed Maintenance Strategy by the craft and entered are warranted into the CMMS  Responsible for the development of (failure) codes for the WO system Page 3 of 9 GPAllied LLC 4200 Faber Place Charleston, SC 29405 www.GPAllied.com Office (843) 414-5760 Fax (843) 414-5779
  4. 4. Reliability Task AssignmentsGPAllied Training Series Task Reliability Engineer Maintenance Engineer Planner Asset Repair Techniques  Develops new and  Completes job plan to innovative methods for specified standard timely repair of assets  Prepares specific job plans steps with detailed procedures for completion of repair in the most effective and efficient manner Asset Test Procedures (Return  Develops specific  Converts and maintains to Service) procedures for procedures in standardized verification of an assets format fitness for return to service  Verifies return-to-service procedures were performed Failure Investigation  Leads the Root Cause  Leads the Root Cause  Responsible for verifies that RCA & RCFA Analysis effort as a part Failure Analysis effort all work orders are closed of a proactive strategy for chronic failures with correct closing codes  Leads the Root Cause (typically uses Cause  Verifies the “As Found”, “As Failure Analysis effort for Mapping incident Left” fields on the Job Plan sporadic failures analysis) Procedures are completed (typically uses Logic Tree  Catalogues and and entered into the CMMS incident analysis) databases the  Facilitates a 5-Why  Develops specific RCA/RCFA results and discussion with crafts and operational procedure subsequent action supervision for all failure changes to help mitigate items maintenance activities future system failures  Develops specific  Catalogues and maintenance databases the RCA/RCFA procedure results and subsequent modifications to help action items mitigate future  Analyzes plant wide machinery failures failure data and  Develops specific downtime scenarios to machinery calculate relevant modifications to help trigger points for RCFA mitigate future failures Page 4 of 9 GPAllied LLC 4200 Faber Place Charleston, SC 29405 www.GPAllied.com Office (843) 414-5760 Fax (843) 414-5779
  5. 5. Reliability Task AssignmentsGPAllied Training Series Task Reliability Engineer Maintenance Engineer Planner Technical Support of Daily  Provides technical  Provides technical Maintenance Effort assistance to assistance to maintenance maintenance supervisors, planners supervisors, planners and crafts personnel in and crafts personnel in the form of specific, the form of specific, technical data on system technical data on configuration and machinery performance configuration and performance Asset Hierarchy and Technical  Responsible for the  Responsible to  Responsible to maintain a Specifications design of the plant asset maintain a current and current and correct copy of hierarchy correct technical the technical specifications specifications library library  Responsible for the upkeep of the hierarchy in the CMMS Criticality Analysis  Responsible for the  Supports the Reliability design and management Engineer with specific, of the asset criticality detailed failure data and database and the failure component configuration modes criticality information database  Responsible for the upkeep of the criticality database in the CMMS Metrics  Develops and utilizes  Utilizes metrics for  Prepares and analyzes specific metrics for the system, asset and reports on system, asset and process, system, asset component components metrics and component maintainability reliability Materials Management  Develops the preventive  Develops specific  Ensures correct parts and maintenance strategy for maintenance activities consumables are called out the stored spares to ensure spare fitness in the procedure  Develops a testing for duty strategy incoming new  Develops specific and rebuilt spares equipment  Develops a testing preservation strategy for OEM testing techniques for pre- compliance commissioning storage of equipment Page 5 of 9 GPAllied LLC 4200 Faber Place Charleston, SC 29405 www.GPAllied.com Office (843) 414-5760 Fax (843) 414-5779
  6. 6. Reliability Task AssignmentsGPAllied Training Series Task Reliability Engineer Maintenance Engineer Planner Reliability Centered Design  Applies reliability  Creates new analysis methods to new equipment purchase designs to determine the specifications around process, system, asset improved and component maintainability reliability  Determines single-point failures  Reviews and/or develops commissioning procedures for new system, asset and component design  Reviews and/or develops strategies for OEM warranty issues and claims  Reviews and/or develops machinery modification plans to deal with single- point failure scenarios  Develops specific maintenance and operational start-up procedures for new installations  Responsible to develop/review new equipment purchase specifications for reliability and maintainability Page 6 of 9 GPAllied LLC 4200 Faber Place Charleston, SC 29405 www.GPAllied.com Office (843) 414-5760 Fax (843) 414-5779
  7. 7. Reliability Task AssignmentsGPAllied Training Series Maintenance Task Reliability Engineer Planner Engineer Operational Reliability  Uses reliability analysis tools to determine operational reliability of systems, assets and components  Helps determine the QA/QC test points and procedures to maximize operational reliability  Aides in the development of alarms designed to determine and verify acceptable operations  Develop assessment activities centered around operability and performance optimization  Develops operator care tasks as a part of the Equipment Maintenance Plan  Develops the Risk Management Strategy Reliability Economics  Responsible for performing  Supports the quantitative analysis on new Reliability Engineer projects/strategies and with supporting data determining specific to equipment project/strategies viability maintainability based on corporate values and standards Technical Training  Analyzes process and/or  Analyzes process  Verifies that Supervisors failure data to determine and/or failure data to and Craft personnel have the need for improved craft determine the need adequate knowledge of skills for improved craft maintenance procedure  Identifies/conducts/arranges skills formats technical training for  Conducts/arranges  Verifies maintenance PdM/NDT personnel craft skills training workflow continuity  Conducts/arranges general reliability training for all plant personnel Page 7 of 9 GPAllied LLC 4200 Faber Place Charleston, SC 29405 www.GPAllied.com Office (843) 414-5760 Fax (843) 414-5779
  8. 8. Reliability Task AssignmentsGPAllied Training Series Reliability Engineering Reliability Maintenance Planner Tools and/or Techniques Engineer EngineerStatistical Analysis (Basic) Evaluation Synthesis ComprehensionStatistical Analysis (Advanced) Synthesis Analysis AwarenessRoot Cause Analysis Evaluation Synthesis AnalysisReliability Centered Maintenance Synthesis Analysis ComprehensionCondition Monitoring Synthesis Analysis ComprehensionReliability Centered Design Synthesis Analysis ComprehensionAvailability Simulation Synthesis Analysis ComprehensionLife Cycle Cost Analysis Synthesis Comprehension ComprehensionCriticality Analysis Evaluation Analysis ComprehensionReference: Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Objectives Page 8 of 9 GPAllied LLC 4200 Faber Place Charleston, SC 29405 www.GPAllied.com Office (843) 414-5760 Fax (843) 414-5779
  9. 9. Reliability Task AssignmentsGPAllied Training SeriesKnowledge Attendee can recall basic information about the subject. Has knowledge of major ideas and can match names of concepts with major ideas. Example: Who, What, When, Where, How…?Comprehension Understands information and can grasp meaning of concepts. Attendee can explain the meaning of concepts in their own words. Example: Explain in one’s own words the steps for completing a given task.Application Can use the information in new situations to solve problems or produce results. Example: Why is…an example of…?Analysis Recognize hidden meanings. Attendee can see patterns, organize parts and identify components of ideas. Example: How does…compare/contrast with…?Synthesis Attendee can draw conclusions on related knowledge from other areas. Can generalize from given facts and use old ideas to create new ones. Example: What solutions would you select for…?Evaluation Attendee can compare and discriminate between ideas. Can assess the value of theories and presentations, and can make choices based on reasoned arguments. Can verify the value of evidence and recognize subjectivity. Example: Select the most effective solution. Page 9 of 9 GPAllied LLC 4200 Faber Place Charleston, SC 29405 www.GPAllied.com Office (843) 414-5760 Fax (843) 414-5779

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