Reliability Engineering Seminars: The primary role of the reliability engineer is to identify and manage asset reliability risks that could adversely affect plant or business operations.
But in actuality, a reliability or systems reliability engineer often wears numerous hats including acting as a middleman and a diplomat, balancing the needs of the development teams and the needs of the business stakeholders. Development teams want to create, test and release new products, features, updates and fixes as quickly as possible, while stakeholders want to make sure products and services work flawlessly and can handle increasing customer demands and requirements.
Placating both groups requires specialized skill sets.
One of those other hats a reliability engineer can wear involves facilitating root cause analysis (RCA). Reliability engineers should know the specialized tools of RCA as well as knowing how to put together a team of employees who are good at troubleshooting, can lead a meeting, and who enjoy working in teams. It helps reliability engineers to know their area’s top maintenance technicians and operators – people who can make great facilitators.
Reliability engineers are often assigned the task of collecting data to calculate OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) on Critical Assets – Identifying Speed, Quality and Operational Losses. When used in the correct way, this measure will help identify and eliminate key manufacturing losses.
Measuring the actual reliability of a plant or specific site also falls in the realm of reliability engineering. Reliability Process Plots tools can be deployed, a technique that uses Weibull statistics to determine the opportunity available that results from your equipment or process not being reliable.
Some experts feel a reliability engineer’s effectiveness relies heavily on the ability to teach, delegate, lead and reinforce. This often requires working hand in hand with maintenance technicians and other team members in reviewing and updating procedures and job plans.
Reliability Engineering Training Courses
Tonex offers several courses in Reliability Engineering Training, including:
- Reliability Engineering 101
- Reliability Engineering Principles Training for Non-Engineers
- Reliability Engineering Training for Non-Engineers
- Reliability, Availability and Maintainability Crash Course
- Risk and Reliability Engineering Training
- Applied Reliability Engineering Training
- Software Reliability Engineering Training
Who Should Attend
These courses are beneficial for just about anyone who would like to learn the foundation of reliability engineering through hands-on activities and directed classroom discussion. The training is ideal for production supervisors, project managers and product managers.
Why Choose Tonex?
— For over 30 years Tonex, while presenting highly customized learning solutions, has worked with organizations in improving their understanding and capabilities in topics often with new development, design, optimization, regulations and compliances that, frankly, can be difficult to comprehend.
— Ratings tabulated from student feedback post-course evaluations show an amazing 98 percent satisfaction score.
–Reasonably priced classes taught by the best trainers is the reason all kinds of organizations from Fortune 500 companies to government’s most important agencies return for updates in courses and hands-on workshops
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