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HP Reliability: Compare your reliability management practices to best-of-class

Periodic auditing of the state of your reliability management practices is needed if your plant wants to be assured of not being overtaken by the competition. One effective way to condu..

Bloch, Heinz P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Periodic auditing of the state of your reliability management practices is needed if your plant wants to be assured of not being overtaken by the competition. One effective way to conduct such audits is to first provide key members of your organization with detailed checklists that highlight how best-of-class companies: Address reliability issues (the "team model") Arrange for input at the specification phase Organize follow-up after issuing purchase documents Carry out root-cause failure analysis Perform equipment alignment tasks Implement rotor balancing procedures Perform vibration monit

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