RCM-R Hybrid Workshop

Conscious Reliability

RCM-R Hybrid Workshop

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We will be hosting this session ONLINE with both On Demand & Live Sessions!

How does it work?

There are four live sessions taking place on:

  • 06 June
  • 13 June
  • 20 June
  • 27 June

On each of these days, Jesus Sifonte of Conscious Reliability will have a live 2 hour session from 2pm -4pm EST to cover the essentials in RCMR. Once the first live session is completed, the students will have one week to complete self-study materials and implementation exercises before the next session.

This will allow ample time for the student to become more familiar with the material and determine methods of implementation in their work place.

The class concentrates on the practical teaching of RCM-R® as an optimized process for the formulation of asset and process failure consequence management policies, which consists of five pillars:

  1. Data Integrity
  2. RCM according to SAE JA1011
  3. Analysis RAM
  4. Weibull Analysis
  5. Continuous Improvement.

The combination of the RCM method with the other tools that incorporates the RCM-R® facilitates its application and improves its results.

RCM-R® Basic is the first in a series of courses covering this extensive topic. The class serves as a basis for those professionals who aspire to become certified analysts, facilitators and instructors in the application of reliability-centric maintenance according to RCM-R®.

The course uses as a support material the recent publication Reliability Centered Maintenance Reengineered: Practical Optimization of the RCM Process with RCM-R® by authors Jesús R. Sifonte and James V. Reyes- Picknell.

For more details, click on the brochure.

Here’s a quick look at the Agenda:

I – Asset Management
II – The History of RCM and Its Relevance Today
III – The RCM-R® Process
IV – RCM-R® Pre-Work
V – RCM-R® Function & Failures
VI- RCM-R® Failures Symptoms & Causes
VII – RCM-R® Quantifying Failures Impact
VIII – RCM-R® Overview of Strategies for Managing Failure Consequences
IX – Selecting Strategies for Managing Failure Consequences
X – Implementing RCM-R®


Date And Time

2022-06-06 @ 02:00 PM to
2022-06-27 @ 04:00 PM

Registration End Date



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