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Reliability Engineering Excellence

Reliability engineering excellence training courses will make you ready to be part of the reliability engineering team. TONEX offers several trainings in the field of reliability engineering to teach you how to construct and sustain a strategic reliability engineering program and how to involve other departments and units to help you accomplish your reliability goals.

Reliability engineering excellence program of TONEX will define the concept of reliability as well as the techniques and procedures and protocols to create, develop, and sustain world-class, reliability-based performance, and a continuum progress culture.

Who Can Benefit from TONEX Reliability Engineering Excellence?

This comprehensive program, including reliability engineering training courses for engineers and non-engineers, is ideal for plant managers, reliability engineering team, production supervisors, quality managers, maintenance managers, general managers, and all the professionals involved in reliability, operations, and maintenance of their organizations.

Why Do You Need Reliability Engineering Excellence Training?

Reliability engineering excellence program trains you to mitigate the risks associated with managing assets through inter-department collaborations with the focus of reliable production. Reliability engineer is a strategic position accountable for analyzing and anticipating the performance of all the units, from designing to production, to accomplish the most efficient use of assets at the lowest cost. By taking the TONEX reliability engineering training courses, you will learn how to oversee all phases of proper plant function, make important decisions based on the functionality of the machines and their impact on manufacturing. We will train you to be dedicated to protecting asset reliability and managing risks.

Learn about:

  • Analyzing the reliability engineer role
  • The crucial elements of an effective reliability program
  • Reliability techniques and problem-solving approaches
  • Applying reliability economics, statistics, and possibilities of decision making
  • Analyzing data for reliability by using various reliability models
  • The ways of optimizing your reliability program

TONEX Training Courses Feature

Our reliability engineering training courses for non-engineers are focused more on problem-solving methods rather than mathematical models and statistical methods. However, the training courses for engineers include all aspects of reliability engineering and obviously are based more on math and statistics. All the courses are in the form of interactive presentations delivered in a fun and dynamic form. Each course includes group activities, practical exercises, labs, and hands-on workshops. Participants will solve problems from real-life cases, or the cases they bring in the class.

In order to see which training course fits your needs, check out all the TONEX training courses about reliability engineering HERE.

What Will You Learn?

Below are general topics will be discussed in various courses of the TONEX reliability engineering program:

  • Reliability excellence
  • Risk-based asset management strategy
  • Origins of reliability engineering
  • Reliability Terms
  • RE Roles and Responsibilities
  • Fundamentals of risk management
  • Design Principals
  • Purchase, installation, and maintenance considerations
  • Reliability modeling for decision making
  • Life cycle asset management – reliability components
  • Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
  • Data gathering methods
  • Failure Modes, FMEA, RCM Logic Tree
  • Three-step RCM Process
  • Action Plans
  • Total Productive Manufacturing (TPM)
  • Five Elements of TPM
  • 12 Steps for a TPM Program
  • Reliability Metrics (MTBF, MTTR, Availability, etc.)
  • RE Economics
  • Net Return, discounted net return, total cost of reliability, optimum reliability cost
  • Statistics
  • Uses of statistics
  • Basic statistical concepts
  • Risk assessment and risk management
  • Statistical analysis
  • Reliability modeling, functional block diagram activity
  • Monte Carlo simulation
  • Mean time between failures indices
  • TPM and reliability principles
  • Preparing reliability data for analysis
  • Corrective action for Weibull failure
  • Models & Monte Carlo simulations
  • Pareto distributions for vital problems
  • Fault tree analysis
  • Reliability Block Diagram (RBD)
  • Design for Reliability (DFR), DFR behaviors activity, DFR checklist
  • Fault tree exercise
  • Reliability program, RE program assessment
  • Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
  • FMEA activity
  • Control strategies
  • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) activity
  • Design review
  • Load/strength interactions
  • Software reliability tools
  • Sudden death and simultaneous testing
  • Reliability growth models and displays
  • Reliability policies and specifications
  • Reliability audits
  • Bathtub curves for modes of failure
  • Effectiveness: availability, reliability, maintainability, and capability
  • Weibull, normal, & log-normal probability plots
  • Decision trees merging reliability and costs
  • Critical items significantly affecting safety/costs
  • Failure mode effect analysis
  • Quality function deployment
  • Management of change
  • Metrics and system performance
  • Your Root Cause Analysis (RCA) program
  • Problem identification statistical process control activity
  • RCA tools and activities
  • Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action System
  • Preventive maintenance optimization
  • Reliability road map
  • Mechanical components testing for interactions
  • Electronic device screening and de-rating
  • Reliability testing strategies
  • Accelerated testing
  • Failure recording, analysis, and corrective action
  • Contracting for reliability
  • Management’s role in reliability improvements

Reliability Engineering Excellence

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