The constant, relentless competitive pressure businesses face today means that companies need to strive to continually improve the availability, reliability, and efficiency of their physical assets and associated processes. In order to do so a proper Reliability Centered Maintenance has to be applied to ensure the above mentioned is achieved.

The RCM process itself can be applied to any asset in any industry, and professionals in a wide range of industries worldwide have used it. RCM has a proven track record of success over a long period, in some of the most demanding maintenance environments, the failure if any, is usually organizational due to the lack of proper application and analysis.

This 3-day course will cover all that needs to be done to realize the full applications and potential of RCM by addressing questions such as:- why RCM is not just about maintenance. The attendees will learn how RCM deals with failures that are caused by human factors, how to design shortcomings and operations and maintenance process and procedures. Lastly, how to use RCM to support real cultural change – changing the way your people act and think, to ensure improved performance is sustained.


Anybody with responsibility for effective and efficient management of physical assets and processes including Managers, Superintendents, Specialists, Leaders, Supervisors, Foremen, Planners, Technicians, Operators and Engineers…

Industries that benefit from RCM:

  • Aluminum
  • Armed Forces
  • Automotive Manufacturer
  • Building services
  • Cement
  • Chemicals
  • Electricity
  • Food and beverages
  • Manufacturing
  • Microprocessor Manufacture
  • Mining
  • Oil and Gas
  • Oil Refining
  • Paper and Packaging
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Railways
  • Steel
  • Water


  • How to determine which assets and processes to apply RCM
  • How to ensure that the best information is captured in the RCM analysis
  • How to manage assets that are not subject to full RCM analyses
  • How to ensure successful implementation of the outcomes of the analysis, including steps that can be taken in the analysis itself to set up for implementation
  • How to ensure that the analysis is kept up-to-date so that RCM can be used to drive genuine Continuous Improvement




Chris James is a Mechanical Engineer with over 25 years of experience teaching and implementing Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM). Chris was trained and directly employed for 11 years by John Moubray, the originator, and author of the best-selling book of RCM2

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