Reliability helps the operator work towards an optimised and above all safe AMP that remains compliant and cost effective. An Operator’s AMP evolves based on its own operational experience. The operator must monitor the effectiveness of its AMP by developing and running a Reliability Programme. Aircraft maintenance reliability analysis, demonstrates, through predictive means, the area requiring improvement in an AMP. The reliability corrective actions re-enforce the AMP in terms of more effective maintenance and product improvements. Reliability data also justifies the escalation of task intervals within the AMP. The escalation process is acceptable based on statistical evidence on factual data collected from operational experience.
This course is developed to provide a solid basis understanding of the processes associated with reliability programmes. After this training, the participants must be able to demonstrate an understanding of reliability programmes necessary for the maintenance programme for MSG-3 aircraft. The delegate should be able to setup a reliability programme for the aircraft managed by the CAMO or be able to assess the reliability programme.
Personnel with a background and knowledge of continuing airworthiness; Quality/Compliance Managers and Aircraft Engineers; Reliability Managers/Engineers; Maintenance Programme Managers/Engineers, Airworthiness Managers/Inspectors. Nominated Person Maintenance in the CAMO, Compliance Monitoring staff.
- Regulatory requirements in Part-M
- Concept of Reliability centred maintenance/MSG 3
- Theory on Statistical methods and Failure distribution functions
- Development of Maintenance Programme
- The types of reliability analysis required for an effective programme
- Administration and Management of the Reliability Programme
- Key Elements of a Reliability Programme
- Escalation of maintenance tasks
- Small Fleet Reliability
- Approval of the Reliability Programme
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