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This webinar will introduce how criticality analysis can be utilised in setting up your programme and henceforth applied dynamically to prioritise maintenance. It will also introduce the concept of risk-based compliance and how this can be turned into a primary key performance indicator for any predictive maintenance programme. An insight into how the above approach can be applied will be demonstrated through digitalising risk-based predictive maintenance / condition monitoring reporting.
1. A simple yet effective approach to Criticality Analysis and the pitfalls of overcomplication
2. Implementing risk-based compliance as a powerful KPI
3. An insight into digitalising traditional condition monitoring reporting
About the Presenter
Matthew Moore BSc (Hons) is the Global Subject Matter Expert in Condition Monitoring for Petrofac. He has over 25 years of experience in the field of vibration and condition monitoring and is a certified Mobius Institute ISO 18436-2 Category IV vibration analyst and training partner. He is presently the Mobius Connect United Kingdom Community Leader. Matthew has extensive experience implementing vibration monitoring programmes and developing global guidance documents and condition monitoring strategies for the oil and gas industry. He is also the designer of CBMnet; Petrofac’s bespoke condition monitoring risk-based reporting and information management system based on ISO 14224, which has been implemented on over 100 facilities in some of the remotest locations around the world.
About the Author
Matthew MooreGlobal Subject Matter Expert - Condition Monitoring, Petrofac
Matthew Moore is the Global Subject Matter Expert in Condition Monitoring for Petrofac, with over 25 years of experience in the Oil & Gas Industry. He never set out to be an engineer, let alone a CM engineer but whilst starting out at the bottom of the ladder, fate played a major hand in his career.