Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)

Failure mode and impact analysis (FMEA) and failure mode, impact and significance analysis (FMECA) are widely accepted methods for identifying and documenting relevant failure modes for an asset or system. Understanding failure patterns, their impact on the system, and FMECA, the likelihood and severity of these failure modes, are key to being able to identify areas of reliability improvement and / or assess risk areas.

Failure Mode and Effect Analysis

Reliability-focused maintenance (RCM) is a widely proven, accepted and comprehensive methodology for developing or reviewing maintenance strategies. The RCM process is built on a functional structure based on the pattern of failure, impact and critical (FMECA). The approach justifies all tasks by calling the applicable failure mode and the effect associated with failure.

Task Based Maintenance (TBM) Analysis

Task-based maintenance analysis (TBM) provides a quick review process, using existing maintenance plans, along with our digital core strategy database, OEM recommendations and input from asset experts to identify duplicate or missing tasks and integrate the plan all the way to an effective strategy.

Vulnerability Analysis Assessment (VAA)

Vulnerability assessment analysis is a fast, efficient, data-based integration and facilitator of a multi-functional assessment of the current state of operations and assets. Once weaknesses are identified, risks are assessed and categorized according to the company’s risk framework.

Root Cause Analysis

A properly performed root cause (RCA) analysis determines the cause-and-effect relationships of a specific problem, event or incident. Identifying causal effective is critical to support the generation of effective solutions. The ability to prevent recurrence of problems provides continuous value through continuous improvement of the organization.

Asset Strategy Management

We have invested in resources, processes and systems to deliver reliability-driven asset performance and risk management. Why then does performance decrease, hampered by high costs and unplanned downtime, leading to an endless cycle of interactive maintenance?

Master Data Development

The efficiency of any improvement work is greatly compromised with poor master data, limiting visibility in identifying areas of improvement and comparing manual and complex similar assets and plans. Quite simply, you can learn the quality of the implementation of the maintenance plan at risk through master data incomplete or inconsistent.

Defect Elimination

The fact is that any system or production process will face defects from large-scale causes. It is important to analyze the defects, identify the causes and understand them, apply effective solutions, so that the defect is eliminated from the system.

Mentoring & Support

Our job is to “make reliability a reality”. With a proven and expert approach to all aspects of improving asset reliability, we can add instant value by executing projects, augmenting your team with additional resources or by providing structured guidance to key resources or your entire team.

Availability and Capacity Analysis

System availability models are a powerful and objective tool for communication and analysis to clarify system capacity, identify bottlenecks or underperformance, and evaluate the improvements in system performance that you can get with optimization alternatives.

Spare Parts Analysis

Assessing spare parts requirements is important when considering system availability and determining the optimal maintenance task. A structured approach to spare parts analysis enables the enterprise to perform planned and corrective maintenance, while alleviating excess inventory and system downtime costs.

Life Cycle Costing (LCC) Analysis

Life cycle cost analysis determines the “full-life” cost of asset ownership from “cradle to grave”, taking into account design, purchase, installation, commissioning, operation, maintenance and disposal.

Maintenance Strategy Development

Preventive maintenance strategies deployed will have a significant impact on the resulting performance , as completeness, accuracy and consistency ensure that implementation and uptake are effective. Overcome challenges through your preventive maintenance planning process, and provide consistency, justification, efficiency and effectiveness in developing and deploying strategies.

Maintenance Strategy Optimization

Optimizing the maintenance strategy is a truly proactive method to minimize unwanted, unplanned and costly equipment malfunctions. Optimizing strategy is essential to ensure that your plans keep up with current operating requirements and keep up with the changing environment.

Advisory Services

Are you experiencing any of these problems?
Need to optimize system/process/equipment design to meet requirements but minimize costs

Ability to generate quality maintenance plans and master data cost effectively

Need to document reliability strategy data for handover and to support continuous improvement

Need to provide justified maintenance plans, budget and resource requirements

Need to accurately forecast availability and/or capacity given the equipment selected and maintenance plans deployed