The Little Black Book of Reliability Management
The Little Black Book of Reliability Management provides the reader with a fresh but comprehensive perspective on the subject of reliability management. It challenges the reader to consider “what he has a right to expect” based on his current reliability programs. And it describes the programs and discipline needed if the reader desires the “right to expect” a higher level of reliability performance. This unique resource is perfect for individuals working in plants and in other organizations that are dependent on the reliability of complex physical assets.
- Provides much of the information needed to organize a reliability program at a company or in a plant that does not currently have one.
- Features a simple description of a number of reliability subjects and techniques in a mannerthat readers can easily understand.
- Describes the data that must be collected and the analysis that should be done at each phase during the lifecycle of a physical asset.
- Starts the user down the path of collecting data, mapping failures to causes and implementing the elements of a comprehensive reliability program in an order that best serves his needs.
- Devotes a chapter to pattern recognition and identification of the relationships between identified patterns and failures.
- Provides real-life examples.
- Contains examples of documents and spreadsheets needed to apply recommendations at the readers own plants and shops.