Part 1 - Maintenance Task Analysis: The bridge between FMEA/FMECA and successful maintenance procedures

Ideal attendees include Maintenance Planners and Schedulers, RCM analysts, logistics engineers, maintenance program managers, lead maintenance engineers, anyone who wants to get more out of FMEA/FMECA! Attendees will learn:

  • Relevant International Standards

  • What the heck is MTA?

  • Preparing for an MTA

  • Assembling an MTA team

  • Performing an MTA

  • Utilizing MTA results to develop maintenance procedures

  • Utilizing MTA results to inform budget and schedule estimates

  • Utilizing MTA results to inform other support analyses

  • Sample MTA forms

Part 2 - Level of Repair Analysis

These modules address all elements of a well-designed and executed Level of Repair Analysis! Course lessons include:

  • Lesson 1 - Introduction to LORA

  • Lesson 2 - Noneconomic Analysis

  • Lesson 3 - Economic Analysis

  • Lesson 4 - Sensitivity and Decision Analysis

Part 3 - Live Webinar with Lucas Marino

Live webinar sessions provide you with the opportunity to discuss the course topics, lessons learned, and more with our CEO, Lucas Marino.


Routinely scheduled live webinar sessions provide discussions with Lucas Marino, your course instructor and CEO of EAST Partnership. Lucas is a Doctor of Engineering who specializes in Life Cycle Management of complex assets including ships, submarines, utilities, and manufacturing!



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Curious? We don't blame you!

Life cycle management is all about caring for your most valued physical assets from the day they are designed or purchased until they are decommissioned. There sure is a lot of time and money spent taking care of them during this life cycle!

  • Who should attend this course?

    Ideal attendees include Maintenance Planners and Schedulers, RCM analysts, logistics engineers, maintenance program managers, and life cycle managers.

  • What the heck is Physical Supportability Analysis?

    Physical Supportability Analysis (PSA) helps asset maintainers and managers identify the physical resources needed to support an asset. These resources include skilled personnel, tools, training, technical publications, special equipment, spare parts, and facilities. MTA and LORA are the two primary events in a typical PSA.

  • Why should I care?

    In short: you will save a lot of money. There is a very good reason the US Department of Defense mandates this approach: it significantly reduces the cost of asset ownership! There is no reason they should have all of the savings. 😎 Interesting statistic: the DoD estimates that 50-60% of the Total Cost of Ownership of an asset is experienced while the asset is in service (operations). They reduce the risk of this cost by planning the support of the asset. The PSA is the analysis that informs this effort.

Instructor

CEO, Principal Solution Developer

Lucas Marino

Dr. Lucas C. Marino, D.Eng., PMP, CMRP is the founder and owner of The EAST Partnership! He spent 21-years as both a Machinery Technician and naval engineering officer in the United States Coast Guard. He then founded Marino Consulting Services, LLC and worked in several senior Logistics Engineering Program Manager roles for military acquisitions including Army landing craft and the Navy's COLUMBIA submarine program. He specializes in systems engineering, maintenance and reliability engineering, logistics engineering, and agile product development. He received his MS in Systems Engineering and Doctor of Engineering degrees from The George Washington University. Lucas has a passion for developing others and partnership with other entrepreneurs sustaining the world's greatest assets!