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Planning & Scheduling Fundamentals

January 2020

28 - 30
Charleston, SC
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Reliability Fundamentals

February 2020

4 - 6
Charleston, SC
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Reliability Improvement Roadmap Workshop

February 2020

18 - 18
Houston, TX
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Digital Transformation in Reliability

February 2020

19 - 19
Houston, TX
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Introduction to Reliability Centered Lubrication (RCL)

February 2020

20 - 20
Houston, TX
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Shutdown, Turnaround, Outage

February 2020

25 - 27
Houston, TX
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Advanced Reciprocating Compressor Analysis

March 2020

3 - 5
Houston, TX
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Condition Monitoring Fundamentals

March 2020

17 - 19
Houston, TX
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Planning & Scheduling Fundamentals

March 2020 - April 2020

31 - 2
Houston, TX
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Leading Reliability Improvement

April 2020

21 - 23
Houston, TX
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Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

April 2020

28 - 30
Charleston, SC
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Basic Reciprocating Compressor Analysis

April 2020

28 - 30
Houston, TX
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Reliability Fundamentals

July 2020

7 - 9
Charleston, SC
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Condition Monitoring Fundamentals

August 2020

4 - 6
Charleston, SC
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Reliability Improvement Roadmap Workshop

August 2020

11 - 11
Charleston, SC
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Planning & Scheduling Fundamentals

August 2020

18 - 20
Charleston, SC
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Leading Reliability Improvement

September 2020

15 - 17
Charleston, SC
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Reliability Fundamentals

September 2020

22 - 24
Charleston, SC
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Intermediate Planning & Scheduling

September 2020 - October 2020

29 - 1
Charleston, SC
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Shutdown, Turnaround, Outage

October 2020

6 - 8
Virtual
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Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

October 2020

6 - 8
Charleston, SC
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Leading Reliability Improvement

October 2020

13 - 15
Charleston, SC
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Basic Reciprocating Compressor Analysis

October 2020

13 - 15
Houston, TX
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Reliability Fundamentals

November 2020

3 - 5
Charleston, SC
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Reliability Improvement Roadmap Workshop

November 2020

17 - 17
Charleston, SC
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  • Target Audience Managers, Engineers, Planners, Craft - Mechanical and Electrical, Supervisors responsible for metrics, tracking, and use of information generated by CM programs
  • Course Duration 3 Days
  • Course DeliveryThis course is offered in both public and private settings
    Virtual delivery options available!
  • Continuing Education Unit 2.4 CEU, UT | RMIC Credit Eligible

Apply the Power of CM and Gain Control of Your Equipment

Learn about condition-based maintenance and predictive maintenance and cultivate the skills you need to establish a comprehensive preventive maintenance program.

This course is designed to teach the fundamental principles of the five predictive technologies most prevalent in the industry today: vibration analysis, infrared thermography, airborne and structure-borne ultrasonics, oil analysis, and motor circuit analysis. Upon completion of the course, attendees will have a better understanding of the principles of condition-based maintenance and predictive maintenance as well as increased knowledge on the capabilities of the technologies, in addition to common traps that may be encountered during application.

You will Learn:

  • The principles of Condition Monitoring (CM) and why it is so powerful
  • The real purpose of CM and what it provides the organization
  • The common language of CM – key terms and definitions you should know
  • The value of CM program integration into an overall reliability plan
  • How to select the CM technology based on failure modes to be covered
  • What quartile coverage is and how is it used
  • How to identify mechanical, electrical, and stationary failure modes using CM technologies
  • The common traps of each CM technology
  • What sensory inspections are and their value in a CM route
  • What an asset health matrix is and how to use it
  • How to evaluate your CM program
  • How much CM is enough – what you can learn from Best Practice organizations and benchmarks
  • What CM program standards should be in place
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