Maintenance & Reliability in Asset Management


Shane Scriven

Shane Scriven Shane has over 10 years’ experience as a reliability engineer and asset management practitioner. Shane started his reliability career working for SKF travelling Australia conducting vibration analysis, lubrication analysis, laser alignment, root cause analysis and bearing fitment and removal. Throughout his career he has gained experience in asset management activities across a variety of industries and specialises in the development and implementation of risk based reliability strategies. Shane is looking forward to building on the great work of the MRiAM Special Interest Group to date and is keen to engage with the broader asset management community to both promote the MRiAM Special Interest Group and to provide valuable learning opportunities.

Physical plant assets are tending to remain in service for beyond their design lifetime. Arguably, a greater professional input is needed into the maintenance and reliability engineering of these assets, yet few universities offer such content in undergraduate engineering degrees. Accordingly, postgraduate programs have been developed.

Those offered by off campus learning are more likely to meet the needs of engineers, many of whom work remote from the possibility of regular attendance on a campus. In the now 20 years since their inception, hundreds of engineers and other technical professionals have completed the Monash University programs. These have continued to evolve, and take appropriate advantage of advances in learning technology. This paper describes the development and lessons learnt during the Monash experience. Click here to read more

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