Asset Lifecycle & Lifecycle Cost Management. When questioned about their operations, too many executives believe that maintenance is the primary, if not sole, the driver behind chronic reliability problems, high capital replacement costs and the excessively high life-cycle costs of their physical plant. They point to variances in maintenance budgets, excessive downtime and a myriad…View Details
MTA and Asset Prioritization Facilitator
MTA and Asset Prioritization Facilitator
The Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA)/Asset Prioritization (AP) Facilitator Course (built on the more formal RCM2 methodology) designed and intended for use on less critical assets as determined through the AP process.
Maintenance Task Analysis —Fast & Effective Analysis for Less Critical Assets.
Apply Maintenance Tasks Analysis to define and identify failure modes and determine the recommended maintenance tasks for physical assets.
Strategic Axis experience shows that our clients prefer to train in RCM2 and through the guidance of the Practitioners apply the less rigorous process on less critical assets (where applicable). They believe a deeper understanding of the RCM process is required if one wishes to “shortcut” the process.
Asset Prioritization (AP) is a facilitated practice that helps identify the relative risk and consequence priority of asset failure across safety, environmental, operational and non-operational factors.
The output of an AP facilitated session will help determine what reliability strategy should be used (RCM2, MTA or other) and what the consequences of failure are for each system and asset.
Strategic Axis Practitioner can help to facilitate this critical step in Asset Strategy Development.
MTA is a failure mode and effects based methodology used to validate and improve existing maintenance and reliability programs.
While Ivara RCM2™ is the most rigorous approach ideal for critical assets, MTA provides an accelerated process for lower risk assets.
MTA is used to rapidly validate the current maintenance tasks in your CMMS/EAM against known or likely failure modes. Where these tasks are not well developed or documented, MTA is an excellent tool to capture existing operator and trade asset knowledge.
Typically used on medium to low-risk assets, MTA is a facilitated risk-based approach that links RCM2 thinking with a less formal approach to failure mode analysis.
You might be interested in another Assets Management programs as a next step.
- COURSE TYPE Advanced
- COURSE NUMBER
- DURATION 5 Days
- COURSE ACCREDITED BY Local Certificate
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO
Maintenance Task Analysis —Fast & Effective Analysis for Less Critical Assets
Apply FMEA methodology, Maintenance Tasks Analysis to define failure modes and determine the recommended maintenance tasks for physical assets.
MTA provides an accelerated process for lower risk assets. MTA can provide coverage across the bulk of an asset base to develop technically sound maintenance programs for optimal asset performance.
The MTA process can be efficiently recorded.
MTAs can be stored as templates, so the results can be very quickly applied to improve the performance of all like assets, allowing for asset-specific adjustments where required.
The indicators, failure modes, and action plans are part of a broad analysis of all known and visible failure modes associated with a particular technical system.
*Maintenance Task Analysis
IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION
Participants who fully attend this course and complete the test on the last day will receive a Strategic Axis Professional Certificate (SAPC). SAPC certificates are regionally recognized and can be quite valuable when applying for more senior roles within the organization or outside.
Module 1: Introduction to Maintenance Task Analysis
Overview of Maintenance Task Analysis
Creating the Components of the Analysis
Using Isograph Availability Workbench
Summary of Risk Analysis
Overview of Performing Analysis
Create the Analysis and Select Assets
Manage the Analysis
Add and Analyze Failure
Develop and Implement Action Plans
Link Action Plans to Projects
Monitor the Status of Analyses
Create MTA2 Templates
Setting up APM for Maintenance Task Analysis
Define Employee Roles
Set up Analysis Types for MTA2
Set up Risk Analysis
Module 2: Reliability Engineering & Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM)
Asset Prioritization (AP)/ Criticality Analysis & Risk Profile Selection
Reliability-centred Maintenance 2 (RCM2)
Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA)
Reliability-centred Spares (RCS)
Module 3: Creating and Managing Analyses
Creating and Managing Analyses
Creating an Analysis from Scratch
Creating an Analysis from a Template
Setting Failure Mode Options for an Analysis
Setting Risk Analysis Options for an Analysis
Adding Assets to an MTA2
Excluding Assets from an Analysis
Working with Asset Scope on an MTA2
Recording the Primary Asset’s Operating Context
Adding Team Members to an Analysis
Entering and Reviewing Comments on an Analysis
Recording Team Meetings on an Analysis
Working with the Analysis Checklist
Module 4: Developing Failure Modes
Developing Failure Modes
Creating Failure Modes
Creating Analysis Requests for Failure Modes
Evaluating Susceptibility to Failure
Performing Failure Mode Risk Analysis
Performing Risk Analysis with Weighted Severities
Performing Demand Scenario Risk Analysis
Viewing Risk Analyses for Failure Modes
Recording Failure Data
Assessing the Feasibility of Maintenance Tasks
Developing Primary Action Plans
Creating Secondary Action Plans
Calculating a Failure-Finding Interval
Adding Indicators, Tasks, and Work to Action Plans
Reviewing Indicator Collection Information
Adding Standard Documents to Action Plans
Recording and Reviewing Failure Mode Details
Adding Symptoms to a Failure Mode
Module 5: Risk Management
Failure Mode, Effect Analysis (FMEA) & Failure Mode, Effect, Consequence Analysis (FMECA)
Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
Module 6: Asset Management & Engineering Management
Physical Asset Management & PAS-55 / ISO-55000
Maintenance Resource Management & Planning
Establishment and monitoring of Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
Performance Monitoring, Reporting, and Evaluation
Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action Systems (FRACAS)
Asset Condition Assessment
Life-Cycle Costing and Dispose of Assets
Asset Management Plan, Asset Management Manual, and other documentation
In The Classroom
Private Team Training
Indiviual Private Session
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