Apr 30, 2019 in News

Defining Maintenance Concepts
Using FMECA sessions

For correct management of physical assets and to minimise the whole life cost, determining the appropriate maintenance concepts, plans and operations add immense value. At KIM Plus Delta, we are currently working with our clients to develop risk-based maintenance plans.

More specifically, KIM Plus Delta leads FMECA (Failure Modes, Effects & Criticality Analysis) sessions to define the maintenance plans for installations. These sessions are achieved through the combination of the analysis of relevant information and advice from original equipment manufacturers (OEM manuals) and the practical knowledge from operators within the installations.

While this process allows us to capture risks, opportunities and ensures these projects are abiding with company policy. Also, it delivers a risk-based plan to maintenance teams, allowing them to concentrate on prioritisation and relevance of value-adding activities.

We aim to enable maintenance teams to work smarter, not harder.

“Anything that can go wrong will go wrong – Murphy’s Law