Reliability Centered Maintenance

Target Audience: Maintenance, Reliability Professionals, Mechanical engineering Professionals

Duration: 2 Days

This course provides an overview of the fundamental Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) techniques and procedures. Topics include equipment selection, identifying potential functional failures, evaluating the effects of failure and selecting appropriate maintenance tasks.

Learning objectives

  • Understand the purpose of RCM, and how it is applied today in the industry.
  • Evaluate whether preventative or predictive maintenance is appropriate to mitigate failure risks.

Topics include

  • Overview of RCM and its foundation
  • Seven Questions of RCM
  • Reliability metrics
  • Introduction to Life Data Analysis
  • Reliability Metrics for Life Data Analysis
  • Different Failure Curves
  • How to write Functions, Functional Failure, Failure Modes Effects and Causes statement
  • Maintenance Task packaging - Different Maintenance Strategies: PM, PDM, RTF


Over the years, we've worked with a slew of major companies in their daily reliability analysis and CAPEX project. Greater understanding of customer have enabled us to quickly translate industry pain points into better features in our software. In addition, the accumulation of years of project experience put us in an extremely comfortable position to address complicated technical problem with pragmatic solution.