Functions is the first step in the RCM process and they serve as the foundation of the RCM process. Properly written Functions serve two very important aspects of asset management.
I have a service that regularly monitors my home for termites. Using RCM, let’s determine if this Condition Based Maintenance task is both technically appropriate and worth doing.
In this video, we use RCM principles to decide if I should accept the consequences of failure or visit the dentist to eliminate the Failure Mode.
It’s another Saturday at my house. In this video we use RCM principles to determine if the replacement task my husband is performing on his 1989 Toyota Supra is both technically appropriate and worth doing.
My mentor John Moubray taught me that managing the consequences of failure is the essence of RCM. Watch how I used RCM principles to change the consequences of failure with a Default Strategy.