Structure of a 2 day workshop on RCM

Day 1 
Session 1 – Introduction to RCM, History and 7 Questions
* Definition of Reliability, RCM and the 7 Vital Questions
* Maintenance Strategies
* Waddington Effect
* Nowlan & Heap’s Failure Patterns
* Inherent Reliability and its improvement strategy
Session 2 — Operating Context and Functions 
* Introduction to Operating Context
* Operating Context for a System
* Elements to be included
* Operating Context and Functions
* 5 general operating context
* Operating Context and Functional Failures
Session 3 – Failure Modes and Failure Effects  
* Introduction to Failure Modes
* Few thoughts about data
* Exploring Failure Modes
* 4 Rules for Physical Failure Modes
* Failure Effect
* Evidence that failure is occurring
Session 4 — Failure Consequence and Risk 
* Introduction to Decision Diagram
* Risk assessment — how each failure matter
* Is the function hidden or Evident
* Relation of time and Hidden vs Evident
* Safety and Environmental Consequences
* Operational and non-operational Consequences
Day 2 
Session 5 — Strategies and Proactive Tasks 
* Introduction to Proactive Tasks and PF interval
* CBM/On-condition tasks
* Scheduled Restoration and Scheduled Discard Tasks
* Determining Task Effectiveness
* Risk and Tolerability
* General Rules for following the decision diagram
Session 6 — Default Actions 
* Introduction to Default Actions
* Default tasks for hidden failures
* Failure Finding Task
* Failure finding Interval
* Design Out Maintenance — to do or to be
* Walk around checks with right timing
Session 7 — RCM Audits 
* Introduction to Audits
* Fundamental of Technical Audit
* Technical Audit process
* Fundamentals of Management Audit
* General Management Audit process
* What RCM achieves
Session 8 — Setting up a Successful Living Program 
* Using the power of facilitated group
* RCM Training
* Knowledge development and its process
* Failure Modes and Design Maturity
* RCM during scale up or expansion
* Summary and Conclusion
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