DoD 4151.22-M Reliability Centered Maintenance

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DoD 4151.22-M Reliability Centered Maintenance

This Manual implements policy established in Reference (c), assigns responsibilities, and provides guidance for the Reliability-Centered maintenance (RCM) process to achieve inherent reliability and restore deteriorated reliability for Department of Defense (DoD) materiel as well as ensure safety and other performance characteristics are maintained. This manual lays out DoD policy that, as one of the key enablers of Condition Based Maintenance Plus (CBM+) and the life-cycle sustainment of DoD weapon systems, RCM shall be used to ensure effective maintenance processes are implemented. RCM shall also be used as a logical decision process for determining optimum failure management strategies, including maintenance approaches, and establishing the evidence of need for both reactive and proactive maintenance tasks.

Published: DoDM 4151.22-M, June 30, 2011
Updated: Change 1, 08/31/2018 2

Ron Charest

Ron is a native New Yorker and 22 year Navy veteran. He retired from active duty in 1996 and went on to build a successful post-Navy career in logistics. Ron currently works for a major Government consulting firm based in Washington D.C., and together with his wife Weifang make their home in Northern Virginia.

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