Egerton Consulting has been awarded contracts by Siemens to carry out ARM studies of systems being supplied for new waste to energy plants. Continue reading
FMEA v FTA
Have you ever found it difficult to decide which technique you should be using to analyse a system – Failure Modes and Effects Analysis or Fault Tree Analysis? If so, then here are a few tips to help you decide. Continue reading
How do we improve product or system reliability performance through good design?
At first sight this question seems quite vague and open-ended, but applying the ideas of reliability engineering enables us to focus on a few key factors that can help to provide an answer. Continue reading
Statistical specialist, Martin Egerton, was invited to an inaugural meeting at the House of Lords of Manchester University’s School of Mathematics Alumni in June. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that Amanda Egerton, our Safety and Reliability Specialist, has recently become a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP). Continue reading
TXM Plant want to understand how equipment failures or human error might put their machine operators at risk. They have therefore commissioned Egerton Consulting and Liv Systems to produce an in-company training course on FMEA and SHERPA.
Following the 2-day course, Egerton Consulting and Liv Systems will continue to provide hands-on support as the TXM Plant engineers begin to apply the techniques to their own systems.
Goodyear invited Egerton Consulting to give a 2-day course in Luxembourg on the application of Failure Mode and Effects Analysis to tyre design and manufacturing.
Working with Goodyear specialists we produced a training course which outlines how FMEA should be undertaken within the Automotive Industry in order to meet the requirements of the SAE J1739. This course was used to train over 100 Goodyear staff in the application of FMEA within their company.
Egerton Consulting is supporting Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions’ bid to win a £35M contract for the design, procurement, construction and commissioning of a new process treatment facility at United Utilities’ Davyhulme WWTW. Continue reading