Course Description

This 1-day course provides a general introduction to Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM), explaining the basic terminology, analyses, and overall purpose and goal of performing RCM. In addition to providing a brief history on the various maintenance approaches employed by different industries, the course identifies practical RCM applications, outlining the steps involved with planning, implementing and sustaining an effective RCM program.

For those wishing detailed training and exercises in RCM, a more comprehensive 3-day RCM course is also available. Click here for more information.

Who Should Take the Course

Program Managers, Reliability Engineers, Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Technicians and Systems Engineers desiring an introduction to the RCM process.

Provided Materials

Attendees will receive a copy of Quanterion’s Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) RELease publication.

Required Materials

A scientific calculator is required for basic examples. System maintenance and reliability performance issues from students’ own work experience are encouraged to demonstrate RCM analyses and approaches that can be applied to solve real-world problems.

Presenter(s) Biography

RichWisniewskiMr. Wisniewski is a Senior Reliability Engineer at Quanterion Solutions and has more than 30 years’ experience in applying reliability, maintainability and safety engineering design, analysis, testing and screening methods and failure analysis and field support techniques on a variety of commercial products and military equipment/systems. Programs include radar, microwave/RF sensor systems, flight controls, mission computers, fixed and rotary winged full authority digital engine controls, regenerative liquid propellant guns, lightweight howitzers, and commercial and military hybrid electric vehicle drive train components. At Quanterion, he leads efforts to support government and industry customers in designing reliability/quality into products and systems, solve product reliability problems and identify corrective actions using techniques such as electrical stress analyses, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, Root Cause Analysis, standard statistical analysis, and the collection, analysis and modeling of failure data.

To schedule an instructor-led in person training course on this, e-mail us at q…@quanterion.com or call us at 877.808.0097 (toll free) or 315.732.0097.

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