Reliability Engineering

Achieve your business objectives by preventing equipment failures.

Apply reliability engineering to prevent equipment failure

We have the capability to establish a reliability management approach within your organisation and also undertake reliability engineering directly. The value we provide to you is that we work with your team to implement a reliability management approach as well as support, mentor and educate your team on the implementation of reliability engineering techniques, methods and tools.

We work with your team towards the establishment of the eight key principles of reliability engineering. There are eight key processes which will enable reliability engineering to meet its objectives are:

  1. Reliability analysis of maintenance such as assessing data within the maintenance information system plus process data/shift logs (eg MTBF, MTTR, …)
  2. Management of corrective action lists (a list of equipment issues in a formal register maintained by the Reliability Engineer, but where other personnel are responsible for the resolution of their issues)
  3. Support to preventive maintenance improvement (e.g PM optimisation, FLAC, FMECA etc.)
  4. Condition assessments (eg VA, NDT, oil analysis, thermography, …)
  5. Investigations management (eg long term projects, multidisciplinary studies)
  6. Statutory work management (advice on compliance, maintenance of registers)
  7. Test and trials (of materials and components)
  8. Defect analysis (eg RCA, failure reports)