Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) BANDUNG

Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) BANDUNG


  • 20 Jul 2020-23 Jul 2020
  • 04 Agust 2020-07 Agust 2020
  • 21 Sep 2020-24 Sep 2020
  • 06 Okt 2020-09 Okt 2020
  • 03 Nop 2020-06 Nop 2020
  • 21 Des 2020-24 Des 2020

4 Days

Hotel Kagum Group Bandung (Golden Flower, Banana Inn, Grand Seriti, Carrcadin, Amaroossa, Grand Serela, Gino Feruci, Verona Palace, Malaka, Zodiac Taurus)

Reliability engineering and predictive maintenance have two major objectives: preventing catastrophic failure of critical plant production systems and avoiding deviations from acceptable performance levels that result in personal injury, environmental impact, capacity loss, or poor product quality. Unfortunately, these events will occur no matter how effective the reliability program. Therefore, a viable program must include a process for fully understanding and correcting the root causes that lead to events having an impact on plant performance. The course gives a logical approach to problem solution. The method can be used to accurately define deviations from acceptable performance levels, isolate the root causes of equipment failures, develop cost-effective corrective actions that prevent recurrence. This set is a practical, step-by-step guide for evaluating most recurring and serious incidents that may occur in a plant. The purpose of RCFA & FMEA is to resolve problems that affect plant performance. It should be an attempt to fix blame for the incident. The use of RCFA & FMEA should be carefully scrutinized before undertaking a full investigation because of the high cost associated with performing such an in depth analysis.


  1. General analysis techniques: FMEA, FTA, CEA, SEA
  2. Root cause failures analysis (RCFA) methodology
  3. Safety related Issues
  4. Regulatory compliance issues
  5. Process performance
  6. Equipment design evaluation guide
  7. Equipment troubleshooting guide
  8. Equipments: Pump, Fans, Conveyors, compressors, mixer and agitators, dust collector, process rolls, gearboxes, steam traps,
  9. inverter, control valves, seals and packing
  10. Six Thinking Hats Approach
  11. RCFA Practical
  12. RCFA Class Simulation


  • Study Case
  • Simulation


  1. Rp 8.750.000/person (full fare) or
  2. Rp 8.500.000/person (early bird, payment 1 week before training) or
  3. Rp 8.250.000/person (if there are 3 or more participants from the same company)


  1. Training Module
  2. Flashdisk contain training material
  3. Certificate
  4. NoteBook and Ballpoint
  5. T-Shirt
  6. Backpack
  7. Training Foto
  8. Training room with full ac facilities and multimedia
  9. Lunch and twice coffee break everyday of training
  10. Qualified Instructor
  11. Transportation from hotel of participants to hotel of training VV (if minimal participants from the same company is 4 )


Ir.Endra Joelianto, Ph.D.
He is an expert in control engineering and industrial automation. His outstanding research is: Hybrid Control Systems, Discrete Event Control Systems, Petri Nets Analysis and Application on PLC, Robust and Advanced PID Controller and its implementation on PLC, DCS, Fieldbus, Industrial automation and Advanced Control System Designs. He received first degree (Ir.) in Engineering Physics in 1990 from Department of Engineering Physics, ITB and Doctor of Philosofy (PhD.) in Control Engineering in 2001 from Department of Engineering, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.  He is Head of Intelligent Control and Automation Laboratory and Coordinator of PLC Research Group for research and training, Engineering Physics Study Program and Instrumentation and Control Research Division, Institut Teknologi Bandung. He was Director of Schneider-OMRON PLC Training Center, Maranatha Christian University, Bandung.  He has attended several professional training on PLC, DCS and Instruments Callibration, such as: Yokogawa DCS, Bandung (2000), Implementation of Indonesian National Standard (SNI) 19-17025 and Basic Calibration, Yokogawa Electric Corporation, Bandung (2001), Fieldbus Foundation Technology, Singapore (2002), Basic and Advanced PLC Telemecanique-TWIDO, Bandung (2003), Basic and Advanced PLC OMRON, Jakarta (2004), Cleaner Production Application in Industries (Bandung 2005), Effective Energy Systems for Sustainable Development (Thailand 2006), Programming and Networking PLC Mitsubishi (2006), InTouch Wonderware, Wonderware Historian and Information Server (Bandung, 2012). He also has hosted Workshop on Industrial Automation (Bandung, 2002) and (Bandung, 2003), Workshop on Application of PLC in Industrial Automation (Bandung, 2003), National Workshop on Instrumentation & Control (2011) and many professional trainings on PLC, DCS, SCADA, Human Machine Interface and Industrial Process Control and Automation in Bandung. He was the project leader of Department of National Education TPSDP Retooling Program Batch II on Industrial Automation using PLC (2004). He is the chairman of National Student Competition on PLC Programming held regularly since 2007 in ITB. He serves as instructor either for public or for in-house training on instrumentation and process control to universities, industries, petrochemical or oil and gas companies, such as: PT. NGL Arun, PT. NGL Bontang, PT. Pupuk Iskandar Muda, PT. Pupuk Kalimantan Timur, PT. Pupuk Kujang, PT. Semen Padang, PT. Semen Gresik, PT. Semen Cibinong, PT. Indocement, PT. Semen Tigaroda Perkasa, PT. Exspan Nusantara, PERTAMINA, British Petroleoum, Maxus, Gulf, PT. Chevron Geothermal, PT. Chevron Pacific Indonesia, PetroChina, ConoccoPhilip, PT. Nusa Halmahera Minerals, Unocal, PJB, Immanuel Hospital, LIPI-Bandung, LAPI-ITB, PT. Indonesia Power, Total Indonesie, Star Energy, CNOOC Ses, Premier Oil, Pearl Oil, MEDCO, etc. He has delivered more than 150 professional training programs on Instrumentation and Control. He also serves as instrumentation and control design and consultant, PT. INALUM, PT. Badak NGL, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources – Indonesia.


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