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ASHE 56th Annual Conference & Technical Exhibition


1114 - Implementing Classical RCM, an Intriguing Case Study


Jul 16, 2019 3:15pm ‐ Jul 16, 2019 4:15pm


Credits: None available.

Description

Do you really think you understand Reliability Centered Maintenance? This case study brought in the original developer from the 1960 United Airlines development of RCM. After numerous successful implementations in many other industries, this was his first application and implementation of classical RCM in the healthcare industry facilitated by Anthony "Mac" Smith. Learn about the use of a pareto chart, FMEA and risk analysis to develop a program using the most effective maintenance techniques that will stand up to AEM requirements. This presentation will share critical insight and learnings about the proper use of your CMMS to gather important data that confirms your operations effectiveness in maintaining your facilities. Classical RCM uses a 7-step process that guides the users through documented processes that will engage your staff in systems operation as it works to identify failure modes that effect your reliability and cost-effective operation. Come learn what RCM really means.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain how classical RCM plays a critical role in health care.
  • Identify the seven step process of classical RCM.
  • List critical documentation needed for CMMS to provide essential KPIs.
  • Describe how FMEA and risk assessment meets AEM requirements.

Speaker(s):

  • William (Dave) Lockhart, SASHE, CHFM, CEM, National Director, Facilities Operations, Kaiser Permanente
  • Devin J. Hugie, SASHE, CHFN, CHSP-FSM, CHEP, CHC, Director Facilities Management, Children's Hospital of Orange County

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