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2007 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 1: May, 2007: Learning’s From The Principles of Equipment Reliability

Issue No. 2: June, 2007: Can Equipment Failures Really Be Eliminated?

Issue No. 4: August 2007: How To Make Training Work For Your Industry

Issue No. 3: July, 2007: Why Most Industries Are Reactive?

Issue No. 5: September 2007: A Different Root Cause Analysis Experience

Issue No. 6: October 2007: Where Does RCFA Fit In The RCM Strategy?

Issue No. 7: November 2007: Why TPM Is Hard To Implement?

Issue No. 8: December 2007: Does Oil Wear Out and Needs To Be Change?

2008 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 9: January 2008: Where Do We End Our Probe On Root Cause Analysis?

Issue No. 10: February 2008: An Inconvenient Truth About Preventive Maintenance

Issue No. 11: March 2008: The Lifeblood of Root Cause Analysis

Issue No. 12: April 2008: My TPM Experience, A Successful Failure

Issue No. 13: May 2008: Top 10 Problems Experience on Preventive Maintenance

Issue No. 14: June 2008: Comparing RCM and TPM, Which Is The Better Strategy?

Issue No. 15: July 2008: Why Most Root Cause Initiatives Fail?

Issue No. 16: August 2008: The Case of Infant Mortality and Random Failures

Issue No. 17: September 2008: How To Fit RCM Into The TPM Strategy

Issue No. 18: October 2008: Maintenance - The Last Man Standing

Issue No. 19: November 2008: Is There Still Value In Training?

Issue No. 20: December 2008: A Typical Maintenance Culture

2009 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 21: January 2009: Is Reliability Just a Numbers Game?

Issue No. 22: February 2009: TPM Planned Maintenance Pillar

Issue No. 23: March 2009: TPM and RCM Do They Contradict or Complement Each Other?

Issue No. 24: April 2009: How Much of Industry’s Problems are Man-made?

Issue No. 25: May 2009: 13 Grave Mistakes in TPM Implementation

Issue No. 26: June 2009: Why Operators are Important in the Reliability Strategy

Issue No. 27: July 2009: Classical RCM  - Should There be an Eight Question? - Part 1

Issue No. 28: August 2009: Classical RCM  - Should There be an Eight Question? - Part 2

Issue No. 29: September 2009: Is Root Cause Failure Analysis Reactive or Proactive?

Issue No. 30: October 2009: Operations and Maintenance - Will the Feud Ever Stop?

Issue No. 31: November 2009: Cost Reduction - The Wrong Way to Save Maintenance Costs

Issue No. 32: December 2009: Why More PM Will Just End Up to More Problems

2010 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 33: January 2010: Why Most RCM Initiatives Fail?

Issue No. 34: February 2010: What Does it Take to Change the Maintenance Culture?

Issue No. 35: March 2010: Why RCFA and MTTR Do Not Blend?

Issue No. 36: April 2010: What Does it Take to Initiate a Plant-wide Improvement?

Issue No. 37: May 2010: The Golden Rule on Root Cause Failure Analysis

Issue No. 38: June 2010: The Importance of Life Cycle Costing in the Reliability Strategy

Issue No. 39: July 2010: Understanding Human Errors

Issue No. 40: August 2010: What Maintenance is All About

Issue No. 41: September  2010: Most Common Mean Time Indicators - Part 1

Issue No. 42: October 2010: Most Common Mean Time Indicators - Part 2

Issue No. 43: November 2010: Most Common Mean Time Indicators - Part 3

Issue No. 44: December 2010: Autonomous Maintenance for Industries Part 1

2011 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 45: January 2011: Autonomous Maintenance for Industries Part 2

Issue No. 46: February 2011: Is Zero Breakdowns Really Possible?

Issue No. 47 : March  2011 : Top 10 Problems Experience on Preventive Maintenance - Revisited

Issue No. 48: April  2011: Why Operations Can Never Be Maintenance Customers

Issue No. 49: May 2011: Different Maintenance Strategies Explained

Issue No. 50: June 2011: The Two Sides of Failure

Issue No. 51: July 2011: Tips on Performing Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM)

Issue No. 52: August 2011: Tips on Performing Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

Issue No. 53: September 2011: Survey on Top Problems on MRO Spare Parts

Issue No. 54: October 2011: Decision on Whether to Stock or Not To Stock Spare Parts

Issue No. 55: November 2011 : Does Industries Know What Maintenance Is All About?

Issue No. 56: December 2011: Most Common Types of Mechanical Wear Explained

2012 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 57: January 2012: Condition-Based Maintenance Explained

Issue No. 58: February 2012: Is OEE A Perfect Measurement?

Issue No. 59: March 2012: Who Should Manage Your MRO Spare Parts Storeroom?

Issue No. 60: April 2012: The Importance of Conducting Oil Analysis

Issue No. 61: May 2012: The 12 Wisdom on Maintenance - Part 1

Issue No. 62: June 2012: Why RCM Is Difficult To Implement In Manufacturing Industries

Issue No. 63: July 2012: Why Maintenance is A Complete Unknown?

Issue No. 64: August 2012: Why Operations and Maintenance Went Their Separate Ways?

Issue No. 65: September 2012: Why Establishing Basic Equipment Condition Matters Most

Issue No. 66: October 2012: Frequently Asked Questions On Oil

Issue No. 67: November 2012: Why Planned Maintenance Should Be The Strongest Pillar in TPM

Issue No. 68: December 2012: Planned Maintenance Phase 0 Preparatory Stage

2013 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 69: January 2013: Top Problems on MRO Spare Parts

Issue No. 70: February 2013: Benefits of Condition-Based Maintenance for Industries

Issue No. 71: March 2013: Step by Step Details on Implementing RCM

Issue No. 72: April 2013: Planned Maintenance Phase 1 Restoration Stage Part 1

Issue No. 73: May 2013: Planned Maintenance Phase 1 Restoration Stage Part 2

Issue No. 74: June 2013: Do You Trust Your Storekeeper?

Issue No. 75: July 2013: Equipment 6 Big Losses Part 1

Issue No. 76: August 2013: Equipment 6 Big Losses Part 2

Issue No. 77: September 2013: Lessons on Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

Issue No. 78: October 2013: Total Productive Maintenance - Part 1

Issue No. 79: November  2013: Total Productive Maintenance - Part 2

Issue No. 80: December  2013: Total Productive Maintenance - Part 3

2014 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 81: January 2014: Total Productive Maintenance - Part 4

Issue No. 82: February 2014: Total Productive Maintenance - Part 5

Issue No. 83: March 2014: A Passion for Reliability and Maintenance

Issue No. 84: April 2014: The Right Reasons To Measure Performance

Issue No. 85: May 2014: What Is Machine Breakdown In The First Place?

Issue No. 86: June 2014: Step by Step Activities in Improving your MRO Storeroom

Issue No. 87: July 2014: Top Reasons Why We Need to Perform RCFA

Issue No. 88: August 2014: Analytical Problem Solving Techniques and RCFA

Issue No. 89: September 2014: Step by Step Approach on How to Perform RCFA

Issue No. 90 : October 2014 : Planned Maintenance Phase 2 Flow of Activities

Issue No. 91: November 2014: Why Many CBM Program Fail In Other Industries?

Issue No. 92: December 2014: Difference Between RCFA, RCA and Failure Analysis

2015 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 93: January 2015: Maintenance - A Scapegoat for Operations Problems

Issue No. 94: February 2015: Industry’s Procedure for FMEA/FMECA Part 1

Issue No. 95: March 2015: Industry’s Procedure for FMEA/FMECA Part 2

Issue No. 96: April 2015: Industry’s Procedure for FMEA/FMECA Part 3

Issue No. 97: May 2015: Why Safety Cannot Be First

Issue No. 98: June 2015: Is It Possible to Eliminate Human Errors in Maintenance?

Issue No. 99: July 2015: Maintenance Induced and Non-Maintenance Induced Errors

Issue No. 100: August 2015: Tips in Conducting Autonomous Maintenance for Industries

Issue No. 101: September 2015: Reducing Human Errors in Maintenance (Part 1)

Issue No. 102: October 2015: Reducing Human Errors in Maintenance (Part 2)

Issue No. 103: November 2015: Guidelines in Conducting Focused Improvement

Issue No. 104: December 2015: Why Japanese Industries are Successful Compared to Other Countries

2016 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 105: January 2016: Strengthening Operator and Maintenance Partnership

Issue No. 106: February 2016: Tips in Conducting Root Cause Failure Analysis

Issue No. 107: March 2016: The Need for a Structured Asset Management System ISO 55001

Issue No. 108: April 2016: Guidelines in Setting-up a CBM Organization in your Industry

Issue No. 109: May 2016: Strengthening Operator and Maintenance Partnership

Issue No. 110: June 2016: Where MTTR Should Be Used

Issue No. 111: July 2016: Ignoring the Basics Simply Leads to Failures

Issue No. 112: August 2016: Small Problems Matters Most

Issue No. 113: September 2016: Guidelines for the Autonomous Maintenance Audit

Issue No. 114: October 2016: Setting-up a CBM Strategy in your Industry

Issue No. 115: November 2016: Understanding the Difference Between Poka-Yoke and RCFA

Issue No. 116: December 2016: The Common Thing RCM and TPM Believes

2017 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 117: January 2017: Wisdom on Maintenance - Part 2

Issue No. 118: February 2017: Most Common Operator’s Indices

Issue No. 119: March 2017: Tips in Setting Up Operators and Maintenance Indices

Issue No. 120: April 2017: Wisdom on Maintenance - Part 3

Issue No. 121: May 2017: Wisdom on Maintenance - Part 4

Issue No. 122: June 2017: Wisdom on Maintenance - Part 5

Issue No. 123: July 2017: Recommended MRO Storeroom Measurements and KPI’s

Issue No. 124: August 2017: Consolidate All Improvement Initiatives in the Plant

Issue No. 125: September 2017: The Physical, Human, System and Latent Cause of the Problem

Issue No. 126: October 2017: What to Do with Obsolete Parts in your Storeroom

Issue No. 127: November 2017: Skills We Need for Autonomous Maintenance Operators

Issue No. 128: December 2017: Understanding Oil Analysis

2018 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 129: January 2018: How to Initially Implement CMMS in Maintenance

Issue No. 130: February 2018: Factors to Consider Whether to Stock or Not Parts in the Storeroom

Issue No. 131: March 2018: World Class Maintenance Management - The 12 Disciplines Book

Issue No. 132: April 2018: Maintenance - Roadmap to Reliability Book

Issue No. 133: May 2018: Reliability - A Shared Responsibility for Operators and Maintenance Book

Issue No. 134: June 2018: Why Cheap is Actually Expensive?

Issue No. 135 July 2018: The Importance of having a Strategic Planning for Maintenance

Issue No. 136 August 2018: Preventive Maintenance Explained

Issue No. 137 September 2018: Types of Evidences on RCFA

Issue No. 138: October 2018: Steps in Adapting an In-house Oil Analysis Laboratory in Your Plant

Issue No. 139: November 2018: Benefits of Oil Analysis

Issue No. 140 December 2018: Sinking of RMS Titanic - A Classic Case of Human Part 1

2019 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 141 January 2019: Sinking of RMS Titanic - A Classic Case of Human Part 2

Issue No. 142 February 2019: FMEA/FMECA Explained

Issue No. 143 March 2019: Guidelines In Conducting Focused Improvement

Issue No. 144: April 2019: The Evolution of Maintenance

Issue No. 145: May 2019: The Roots of RCM

Issue No. 146: June 2019: Different Awards on TPM Given by JIPM

Issue No. 147: July 2019: What Empowerment can do to Operators? 

Issue No. 148: August 2019: Precision Maintenance Explained 

Issue No. 149: September 2019: Requirements for Precision Maintenance 

Issue No. 150: October 2019: Selecting the Maintenance Interval for Preventive Maintenance Tasks 

Issue No, 151: November 2019: The Use of Barcoding for MRO Spare Parts and Storeroom 

Issue No. 152: December 2019: New ISO 55010 Alignment of Financial and Non-Financial Functions

2020 RSA Reliability Vault Newsletter Archive

Issue No. 153: January 2020: What Maintenance Need is Knowledge and Not Experience

Issue No. 154: February 2020: Industrial Internet of Things (IioT) and Maintenance 4.0

Issue No. 155: March 2020: Reliability in All its Simplicity is Difficult but Possible to Achieve

Issue No. 156: April 2020: Are Industries Ready for Maintenance 4.0?

Issue No. 157: May 2020: Risks, Criticality, and Consequences (Part 1) 

Issue No. 158: June 2020: Risks, Criticality, and Consequences (Part 2) 

Issue No. 159: July 2020: An Advice to Storekeepers

Issue No. 160: August 2020: Why the Term Usage is Different from the Parts Withdrawn

Issue No. 161: September 2020: What to Do with Non-Moving Parts 

Issue No. 162: October 2020: Six Myths About Lubrication 

Issue No. 163: November 2020: Effects of Excessive Moisture on Lubricating Oil 

Issue No. 164: December 2020: How Does Oil Analysis Works