Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) – PASTI JALAN


21-23 May 2012 – PASTI JALAN
10-12 Sep 2012

Hotel Golden Flower Bandung


1. Rp 5.500.000/person (full fare) or

2. Rp 5.250.000/person (early bird, payment before 20 December 2010) or

3. Rp 5.000.000/person (if there are 3 persons or more from the same company)


1. Training Module

2. Training CD Contains Training Material

3. Certificate

4. Stationeries: NoteBook and Ballpoint

5. Jacket or Waistcoat or T-Shirt

6. Bag or Backpackers

7. Training Photo

8. Training Room with Full AC Facilities and multimedia

9. Once lunch and twice coffeebreak every day of training

10. Qualified instructor

11. Transportation for participants from hotel of participants to/from venue of training(if minimal number of participants from one company is 4 persons)


Deddy Nugraha, Ir.

He is a dedicated experienced fulltime trainer and technical consultant since 2002. He holds a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from ITB, Bandung. He has worked nationally in a wide variety of industries including: technology, aerospace, utilities, auditing, mining and institutions thus engaged as a corporate consultant. He also holds certifications for those particular fields from Snecma, France; Engine Support Inc., USA; Danobat, Spain; DNV, Singapore; MTU, Germany and FAA Auditor, USA. Mr. Nugraha is a member of Indonesian Society for Reliability and was elected as General Sectretay for 2004-2007 period. He has trained hundreds of managers, engineers and floor associates, subjects taught to include; CMMS, RCM, TPM, Project Management, Quality Process Control, Corrosion Control and Protection, Failure Analysis, Engineering Design, Instalation & Constrcution, Inventory Control and Management. Major clients include: Pertamina, British Petroleum, Petrochina, Siemen Power, PT. Indonesia Power, PT. Krakatau Steel, Freeport Indonesia, PT. Surveyor Indonesia, Chevron, Medco Energy, PT. Aneka Tambang, Garuda Maintenance Facility, PT. Perusahaan Gas Negara, PT. Semen Padang, PT. Semen Gresik, PT. Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper, PT. Tjiwi Kimia, PT. Pupuk Kujang and PT. Kaltim Prima Coal.


Current competitions on product price and product quality have introduced complex production systems, which are more efficient and effective. Health, environment and safety are also other pressures for such production systems. This jump of complexity of the production systems requires also a paradigm shift in the philosophy of maintenance, in order to achieve effective and efficient production systems, without increasing maintenance cost or downtime. The Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) methodology offers the most effective way in realizing those objectives.

RCM determines the priority of maintenance tasks based on the failure consequences of functional failure being analyzed and the applicability and the effectiveness of the maintenance tasks. This is to ensure the safety consequences of the functional failures are considered in a conservative way. The rests are economic considerations.

This course elaborates the challenges in maintenance practices where safety and costs are the main issues. As a basis, five of the most important distribution functions in the reliability theory are discussed as well as some exercise in developing such functions. The concept of maintenance is explained after discussing some definitions with respect to failure and degradation types, as the core of the course. The process of RCM analysis requires an identification of function, functional failure, failure modes and failure effects. Therefore FMEA is discussed. The selection of the most appropriate task requires an understanding on the specific characteristics of each maintenance task, the four basic maintenance tasks. A compilation of FMEA and task selection becomes the logic of RCM. Due to different characteristics of structures, RCM has different logic for determining maintenance task and interval for structures. For the two logics of RCM, this course discusses some example of applications. This course is closed with a method to evaluate the effectiveness of a maintenance program, so called the Reliability Program.


– The key objective of this course is to describe a method in order to increase the availability of production equipments and reduce maintenance cost by implementing the Reliability-Centered Maintenance method.

– The second objective, but not less important, is to ensure that the safety effects of functional failures are not overlooked.

– Specific for maintenance engineers, this course will describe how to develop a cost-effective maintenance program by using RCM. It is also important for maintenance planners, supervisors and maintenance managers to understand the required information to develop a cost-effective maintenance program, with continuous improvement.

– Able to measure the cost-effectiveness of the existing maintenance program by using the Reliability Program, is also a benefit by attending this course.

– Understand the theoretical background of maintenance concept and the logic of RCM, both for systems and structures.


– Maintenance Managers/ Superintendent/ Engineers/ Planners/ Supervisors

– Project Engineers

– Process & Manufacturing Engineer

– Production Planners/ Engineer/ PPIC/ Operation Engineers

– Other professionals who want to have a better understanding and take advantage from the course.


1. The challenges in maintenance: safety and costs
2. The five important distribution functions
3. Function and functional failures
4. Degradation models and the maintenance concept
5. Failure Modes and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
6. Failures consequences
7. The four basic maintenance tasks
8. The RCM logic for systems
9. RCM for structures
10. Application of RCM
11. Reliability Program

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