By Martin Robinson
There is a tendency for Root Cause Analysis and FMEA work to get carried away; to leave common sense behind and turn into a never-ending “solve world hunger” process. What measures must be in place to prevent that from happening? How do you use these tools in conjunction with real world restrictions such as limited resources, budgets, and lack of support? How can you overcome those obstacles and address the items most likely to cause damage, downtime, or lack of reliability? How can you identify “bad actors” in electrical systems that for many facilities has been in place for over a half of a century? A panel of EPRA practitioners will explore this topic and reveal the ways that have worked for them.