Over the years, Allied Reliability Group has developed a set of Operational Procedures for each area of our business. These Operational Procedures serve as corporate written standards that outline personnel certifications and qualifications (OP-1) and inspection procedures for individual technology (OP-2). These documents have been managed, maintained, and continuously improved through Allied’s Management of Change process.
Previously, these documents were only provided to customer sites that used some form of services from Allied. Now, anyone can benefit from having a complete set of OP-1 and OP-2 standards in place – ensuring a given level of competency and consistency across all your inspectors and that your organization’s inspections are being performed the exact same way.
OP-1 PERSONNEL CERTIFICATIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Allied’s OP-1 standards define several aspects of what a person performing a specific CM inspection method is required to know. It defines the body of knowledge that the person is expected to be able to speak to, as well as the formal certification levels a person is expected to attain. It also defines the qualifications of the position, specifically which tasks the person must be able to demonstrate, and a given level of experience with the inspection method.
OP-2 INSPECTION PROCEDURES FOR INDIVIDUAL TECHNOLOGY
Allied’s OP-2 standards define elements of what a person performing the specific CM inspection method is required to do. It also defines the manner in which the inspection is to be conducted and provides guidelines for standardization of database structure. Finally, it defines the alarm limits to be used in the determination of a defect and reporting criteria.
CM TECHNOLOGIES AVAILABLE:
AIRBORNE/STRUCTURE-BORNE ULTRASOUND ANALYSIS
LUBRICATION AND OIL ANALYSIS
Increased capabilities through the integration of a full array of technologies.