Accendo Reliability Live Events
Scheduled for May 26, 2020, at 8 am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Chris Jackson
Ever wondered if your servicing intervals are ‘good’? Do you know what ‘good’ is? Are you servicing too much or too little? What happens if you service too much? Do you use some basic equations in textbooks and plug in numbers which seem too simple and basic AND you don’t understand them (all at the same time)?
If you have asked yourselves any of these questions, then this is the webinar for you. A really simple, never done this before, please help me discussion on what it actually means to optimize servicing intervals.
There is some basic statistics involves (… there has to be). But it doesn’t need to be that hard. And the reality is that most manufacturers don’t really know how you are going to use their product – so they always ask you to service too much. Which makes it LESS reliable. Want to learn more? Click here!
Scheduled for June 9, 2020, at 8 am US Pacific time
A 1-hour live webinar, recording available after the event
Speaker: Doug Plucknette
A Reliable Process Solutions 1-hour webinar event focused on providing you with practical content to improve your reliability program today.
This webinar includes a presentation and discussion on:
- The basics of RCM (Reliability Centered Maintenance)
- When would I perform an RCM Analysis
- The techniques to perform an RCM Analysis
- Tools/Software/Training available for RCM
Doug Plucknette joined Allied Reliability Group as RCM Discipline Leader in 2007. As the founder of RCM Blitz® and author of the book Reliability Centered Maintenance using RCM Blitz®, he has provided reliability training and services to numerous companies around the world, large and small, including such Fortune 500 companies as Cargill, Whirlpool, Honda, Coors Brewing, Energizer, Corning, Invista, and Newmont Mining.
Sign up is direct with Reliable Process Solutions. After payment, they will forward the link for the GotoWebinar event or provided access to the recording. There are also options to buy bundles of webinars (3 for $135, 6 for $215 and all 12 in 2019 for $335. You determine which 3 or 6 topics you’d like to include in your bundle.
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Note: We are in the process of shifting from Adobe Connect to GotoWebinar for Accendo hosted events.
Scheduled for June 9, 2020, at 9 am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Fred Schenkelberg
While the NoMTBF movement is making progress, we still find those that seem to want to use MTBF (or MTTF). As you know, MTxx type metrics are means, they contain little information and are generally misunderstood and misused. So, what should a well-educated practitioner do?
Let’s discuss a few ways you can and should respond to requests for MTBF? How to ask vendors, or anyone, for reliability information by not asking for nor accepting MTBF. Plus, let’s brainstorm and outline a few steps each of us can do tomorrow, and every day, in order to minimize the misuse of MTBF and related measures.
Scheduled for June 16, 2020, at 9 am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Rob Schubert
Many companies haven’t the resources to purchase much more expensive software specifically for reliability, but many have the quality software Minitab. Minitab itself has many reliability functions available; this presentation covers the basics, beginning with “individual distribution identification” to ensure your data fits one of the reliability models. Data is then analyzed with parametric distributions (right censoring vs arbitrary censoring). Additionally, the accelerated life testing functions are explored focusing on the interpretation of the results. This is presented with practical examples for clarity.
Scheduled for June 23, 2020, at 8 am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Chris Jackson
If reliability engineering ends up costing you money, then you are doing it wrong. But chances are that someone you work for looks at reliability engineering as a black hole of costs. This needs to stop!
Reliability engineering is about creating value. Or money. Or more missions. Or safety. But you need to show how this will happen.
This is where a Reliability Value Map helps. Put simply, it is an organized chart that helps you track down every possible ‘good’ thing reliability can do for you. And how you ‘measure it’ to put it into a business case. And once you know the sources of value – the decision should become easy. Want to learn more? Register today!