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Dealing With Safety

On July 6, 2012 By

Every once in a while as a RCM Facilitator you will uncover a serious safety issue while facilitating a RCM analysis; something that makes the entire team uncomfortable, embarrassed or angry. Recently a facilitator I was mentoring asked me how I dealt with such an issue especially when the team members […]

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A customer who is relatively new the concept of RCM Blitz™ recently had a discussion with one of our facilitators regarding the PM’s and Failure Finding tasks that come from performing a RCM analysis. Having recently completed the implementation portion of the process he was excited to audit the last quarters […]

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If your company is just getting started in RCM there is always a level of excitement that goes along with the first analysis.  As a result, when we come to facilitate the first RCM analysis,  we are most often offered the companies problem child of the week or month, and while […]

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As I attend various reliability conferences year after year, I have noted that each conference will address the topics of Root Cause Analysis, Reliability Centered Maintenance, and Reliability Measures as separate and distinct topics.  Some of the presenters at these conferences will even lead us to believe all we need is this one tool, apply […]

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