Effective risk management is an essential part of operating a modern business. Good design is only part of the solution: legislation means that through-life maintenance has to deliver safety and environmental performance that is acceptable to the community in which it operates.
Reliability-centred Maintenance (RCM) is a key part of risk management for any twenty-first century business.
Reliability-centred Maintenance has been successfully applied in most industry sectors around the world, but there are aspects of the technique that consistently raise implementation problems.
The papers in this section aim to clarify some of the issues that you may encounter during RCM implementation.
Managing the risks associated with protective devices such as alarms, trips and standby systems is a growing challenge. If they fail while everything else is working normally, it doesn't usually matter at all if a protective device fails. On the other hand, failure in an emergency has real and potentially catastrophic consequences. This downloadable book is devoted to the effective management of hidden failures.
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