What do systems and equipment fail?
Operations, process, reliability and safety professionals attending a new course from training leaders AZTech in Dubai this week learn how to analyse major failures from different industries and perform systematic root cause analysis.
In this event we share best practices from High Reliability Organizations (HROs) with respect to both excellence and safety. HRO is a term that refers to industries such as oil and gas, process, nuclear and aviation, where they possess a high degree of reliability despite their hazardous environment. It shows how organizations can learn from failures and near misses, as well as from other industries.
Operational excellence here is about aspects of safety, risk, reliability, and quality management. This includes best practice at both strategic and operational levels, as well as in specific areas that relate to management skills, reliability and decision analysis, benchmarking, and information systems.
Among the topics on offer are:
- Analyzing near misses, incidents & accidents
- Risk assessment, Choice of case studies
- Types of recommendations
- Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) techniques
- Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
- Reliability Blok Diagram (RBD)
- Case from Aviation industry
- Case from Process industry
- Case from Oil and Gas industry
- Case from Nuclear industry
- Adaptive organizational learning
- Routine dynamics
- The Decision-Making Grid (DMG) model
- A framework for analyzing near-misses and failures
Together they provide a powerful toolkit to integrate tools for root cause analysis and help towards building an organisational learning culture.
It is a highly recommended event for all Operations, Maintenance, Reliability, Engineering and Technical Support staff. Also, the Operational Excellence in the Process Industry training course is applicable to any person actively involved or contemplating safety, performance measurement, improvement and/or quality and reliability related activities.