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Most Reliability Managers are responsible for satisfying all budgetary constraints with regard to maintenance labor, materials, and equipment availability. As a Reliability Manager, you are typically the person responsible for the safe and reliable operation of the entire asset base. As a Reliability Manager, you also ensure that the equipment remains in a ready-to-go state at all times to meet the production demand reliably.
A common challenge for Reliability Managers is understanding the true nature of the production losses that are in common with the asset base.
We find that Process Weibull Plots are an excellent way to reach an understanding of where exactly your production losses are coming from. At the same time, Weibull Plots can be intimidating and complicated. GPAllied offers training and consulting resources available to help you navigate this process.
You know that you need to base your maintenance strategy on failure modes, but where do you start? How do you design and implement a failure mode driven maintenance strategy?
GPAllied suggests employing a three tiered Equipment Maintenance Plan (EMP). The process begins with designing a standardized EMP for your organization. Subsequently, through the use of our Asset Health MatrixTM Tool, you can identify and design your failure modes. After your failure modes are established, a customized EMP will be established, giving context to those failure modes, and finally, an optimized EMP will be designed giving you the Optimum Task Intervals based on your customized EMP.