Failure-Finding without Fear

“Is a scheduled failure-finding task applicable and effective?” This simple question has been known to reduce RCM facilitators—and even some consultants—to emotional wrecks. Scheduled failure-finding is often used to manage hidden failures, but working out how often to test a protective system can be tricky.

This paper looks at when failure-finding applies, how to select the right criteria, and discusses the thorny question of finding the right data.

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