THE RELIABILITY MODEL OF DINO EQUIPMENT, is formed as a process that systematically integrates diagnostic tools, analysis and decision-making methodologies, as well as the incorporation of new information management techniques, to define strategies that allow optimizing the management of resources, planning, programming, execution, monitoring, control and evaluation of the results of maintenance and reliability management.
The Reliability Model considers the fundamentals of Reliability-Centric Maintenance in which the risk assessment of each of the assets for the business is based on the history of functional failures of these and the associated consequences, to define specific actions and appropriate implementation strategies to ensure operational continuity for a specific period of time under a given operational context , so the availability of efficient and reliable information management systems, as well as personnel trained to perform their operational functions and with the ability to analyze and interpret historical information
Benefits of Implementing the Reliability Model:
- Increased production expectations
- Improves profitability by reducing maintenance costs associated with preventable failures.
- Improvement in the quality of processes and products.
- Calculate optimal intervals of economical replacement of equipment.
- Positioning at the level of global companies with the best maintenance practices.
- Integration of operations and maintenance management.
- Improvement in the effectiveness of the maintenance of equipment and processes.
- Reduction of time and optimization of the frequency of scheduled stops (maintenance intervention frequencies) and unscheduled.
- Fault detection and definitive problem solving, by identifying and focusing failures on their root cause and thus generating significant savings.
- Increased availability of equipment and facilities through auditable improvement processes.
- Optimize the use of physical resources and human talent.
- Standardize failure analysis by having a methodological framework
- Objectives and Strategies
- Criticality of Equipment
- Failure and Impact Analysis
- Maintenance Plans
- Maintenance Scheduling
- Evaluation and Control of Kpi’s
- Identifying opportunities
- Feedback by findings