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Philip Sage – CMRP
Principal Reliability Engineer

If your production processes aren’t firing on all cylinders – and costing your business much more than they should – here is a very fast, very focused solution: the Vulnerability Assessment and Analysis (VAA).

Let’s look at a hypothetical situation. You are the new Director of Reliability for a global company, and you’ve inherited a floating oil production rig in the North Sea. When you start working with the platform team, it quickly becomes obvious that a number of issues are hampering the rig’s performance. Some of these issues are known to the team, others aren’t. Read More →

5 critical compnents ebook

Incident Investigation is an improvement process. It’s about continually working on your weaknesses to realize marginal gains – a number of small improvements that result in a better program overall. 

 

This eBook breaks down the 5 critical components you should consider when establishing your RCA program – or just as important, when striving to improve your RCA program. You’ll also get practical tips and tactics to get the most value out of each element of your program.

 

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