First Day as a Reliability Engineer with Fred Schenkelberg
It is always a difficult first day for a reliability engineer in a new place. There are a lot of things to get yourself involved in and there are some tips that can really help you get through that successfully. The job of a reliability engineer requires always moving around, so there is hardly the need of finding the station first. A good reliability engineers always starts with getting the lay of the land first. This would involve getting to know the relevant personnel on the job and the people who can give you basic logistics of it.
In this episode, we covered:
- Tips for an RE’s first day!
- Why you should know the flow of data before analyzing.
- Understanding the type of communication you need to provide!
- And much more!