I’m often asked what effective plant and asset reliability management looks like. How does one recognize it when he or she sees it?

While there are plenty of details, I’ve boiled it down to the following 12 elements. Naturally, there is much more detail, but I’ve described these key elements for you here in abstract form.

The 12 elements of effective reliability management are:

  1. Strong leadership focus and business-aligned plant reliability mission, vision and strategic plan
  2. Effective inter-functional and interplant communications
  3. Focus on design for reliability, operability, maintainability, safety and inspectability (ROMSI)
  4. Reliability-focused operations
  5. Reliability-focused maintenance
  6. Effective talent management
  7. Strategic customer and supplier relationships
  8. Reliability data collection and analysis systems
  9. Procedure and knowledge management support systems i.e. Minelert eLogger, PlantEYE and MachineEYE
  10. Targeted leading and lagging metrics
  11. Vision-centric team reward system
  12. Reliability culture management

If you would like a more in-depth breakdown of the elements I have compiled it into an easy to use checklist which can be downloaded when filling in the form on the right.

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