Selecting the Right Recommendations
Carl and Fred discussing methods for selecting reliability recommendations, following the process used to develop effective reliability plans.
Join Carl and Fred as they discuss a student question. How do you select the right recommendations?
- Start with reliability gap analysis
- Consider organizational maturity
- Consider program decisions and timing
- Identify reliability methods that need to be implemented
- Recommend tasks that support the methods
- Prioritize the tasks, so you are not recommending too much
- What are the most important criteria for prioritizing tasks?
- New technology, new applications, new user conditions
- Safety is always priority
- Consider cost and time
- Time to market risk
- High severity, even with low failure rate, can be high risk
- Management input is critical
Enjoy an episode of Speaking of Reliability. Where you can join friends as they discuss reliability topics. Join us as we discuss topics ranging from design for reliability techniques to field data analysis approaches.
SOR 681 Selecting the Right RecommendationsCarl Carlson
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