*Booked Out* The Role of the Reliability Engineer -  Proudly hosted by Energy Australia, Yallourn Power Station

*Booked Out* The Role of the Reliability Engineer - Proudly hosted by Energy Australia, Yallourn Power Station

The Role of the Reliability Engineer -  Energy Australia, Yallourn Power Station

Energy AustraliaIn maintenance one of the key roles is that of the Reliability Engineer. There is now wide acceptance in industry of the need to focus on improving equipment and process reliability with many organizations having created Reliability Engineering roles.

There are a large number of factors that influence reliability and numerous improvement tools and methodologies available. This often creates broad diversity of views on how they should spend their time, who a Reliability Engineer should work for and what skills they should have. Organization need to create a role with a clear framework and operates under well-defined guidelines with have good training and technical support available.  This should not restrict Reliability Engineers from using their own skills and initiative to find and implement the most worthwhile improvement opportunities?

Energy Australia's Yallourn power station has long established the roles of Reliability Engineers and kindly hosting this workshop to share their perspective on the key aspects of this role.

This event is a chance to join your peers to share and learn on the very important role of the reliability engineer. We may discuss topics such as :
Reliability Engineer
  • Attributes of a person that suits a reliability Engineer
  • What development is needed to get into role
  • What support (systems and people) is required to get best from the role
  • Kind of things a reliability engineer tackles
  • Day in the life of a reliability engineer
  • How does reliability engineer fit in a maintenance structure
  • Key role of reliability engineer
  • Development and progression in the role
  • Tools and methodologies used
  • Success stories ?
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SIRF Roundtable events are designed to provide a safe environment for open discussion with peers on the topic of interest they are working on, in and around. There will be no vendor companies in attendance at this meeting.   Agenda
Arrive at 8:30 for 9:00 start
Group defines expectations
Site Tour
Group discussions
Wrap Up

Who Should Attend:   Reliability Engineers, Asset Managers, Maintenance Managers and anyone interested in this discussion topic
Date:   Wednesday February 21st, 2018
Time:   Arrive at 8:30 for a 9:00 am start, finishing at 14:30
Address:   Yallourn Power station, Yallourn North
Investment:   No Charge for Members
Dress:   Long sleeves, Long pants, Safety glasses, Safety Shoes and safety vest
Special Note:    Includes a site tour
For Enquiries Contact:
Alain Le Bon 0439 612 620 alain.lebon@sirfrt.com.au
Brian Niven 0439 612 609 brian.niven@sirfrt.com.au


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