How to Get Started as a new Reliability Engineer
Companies have high expectations for safety and reliability.
New reliability engineers face significant challenges when trying to meet these challenges. It is important to be guided by the right philosophy and approach and to ask the right questions.
Fred and Carl discuss these topics in this podcast episode.
What actions do new reliability engineers need to take to be successful on the job?
What is the best approach to “on the job” learning?
The importance of understanding your management team’s expectations
How to employ the Shewhart Cycle: Plan-Do-Check-Act
How to avoid common pitfalls when beginning a new reliability job?
We hope to see you at RAMS as we present our tutorial on Reliability engineering management.
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