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The Warrant

Centre for Criminal Justice Reform and Capacity Building, RSIL

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The Warrant is an initiative of the Centre for Criminal Justice Reform and Capacity Building (C3) at the Research Society of International Law, Pakistan (RSIL), an independent, non-partisan think tank based in Pakistan. C3 amalgamates RSIL’s capacities in research and analysis, policy formulation, legislative drafting, governance and administrative strengthening, statistical analysis, technological innovation, and capacity building to provide contextualized evidence-based solutions to crimin ...
 
Gain the experience of your peers to accelerate improvement of your program and career. Improve your product development process, reliability or warranty performance; or your plant uptime or asset performance. Learn about reliability and maintenance engineering practical approaches, skills, and techniques. Join the conversation today.
 
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Does the police in Pakistan use modern technology in criminal investigations? In this episode, our host Zainab Mustafa, Team Lead for the Centre of Criminal Justice Sector Reform and Capacity Building (C3) and the Deputy Director at the Research Society of International Law (RSIL), sits down with Saad Hasan to discuss the criminal investigations in…
 
Data and Automation of Analysis Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing the use of current buzzwords in the field of reliability, the use of software data Failure Reporting and Corrective Action Systems (FRACAS) and how many reliability professionals jump to software automation to analyze reliability issues. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss …
 
Very Long Term Storage Question Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing how to determine reliability for an LED device that needs to be operational after 250 years storage. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss a question he had about how to determine what physical changes that may cause failure of an LED after being stored for 250 years. Topics …
 
The Point of Your Role Abstract Greg and Fred discussing the professional role of a quality and reliability engineer within an organization. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss the role of quality and reliability engineering when everyone is responsible for the quality of their efforts. Topics include: What are quality and reliability eng…
 
The Term Risk Management Abstract Greg and Fred discuss the concepts and words surrounding reliability management, risk management and enterprise risk management. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss the idea that ‘words matter’. Topics include: Why do professional words matter. Why ‘risk management’ may become ‘certainty management’ Why c…
 
Putting Reliability Plans Together Abstract Chris and Fred discuss how we create a ‘reliability plan.’ It is not simply a list of tools … Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss how you go about (at least philosophically) creating a reliability plan. People often start by looking at tools … which is where things get tricky. Topics include: W…
 
Overcoming Resistance Abstract Chris and Fred discuss how we overcome cultural resistance to ‘good’ things – like better reliability engineering. Is it possible? Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss how we can go about how we can make things ‘happen’ in spite of cultural issues that get in the way. Topics include: Working groups are (usua…
 
Approaches to Systemic Change Abstract Dianna and Fred discussing a listener question about approaches to systemic change. How can we make systemic changes into the way people go about their work? They talk about change management and work culture. Key Points Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss a listener question about change management and work …
 
Necessity of Collaboration Abstract Dianna and Fred discussing the many forms that collaboration can take and ways to approach collaboration as a way to successfully work with others to solve a problem. Key Points Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss the necessity of collaboration with others. Topics include: why reliability engineers need to be co…
 
Reliability of Produce Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing about a subject that is quite different from electronics and systems, that is the degradation of fruit and vegetables and prevention of aging or preservation of fruit. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss the approach we might use to determination of how and the mechanisms of aging c…
 
Prework for HALT Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing a question from a listener, that is pretty fundamental to HALT programs, what to do before starting to do HALT. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss what needs to happen in a company before trying to do HALT in an organization that has not used HALT in the past. Topics include: Education o…
 
Working with a Lab Abstract Chris and Fred discuss how you go about finding a lab to help you come up with some meaningful reliability information. Does that laboratory exist? Key Points Join Chris and Fred try to answer a question a listener asked about finding a laboratory to help them work out how long their product will age? … or last? Topics i…
 
Strength-Stress with Limited Information Abstract Chris and Fred discuss this thing called ‘stress-strength’ we hear a lot about in the world of reliability … especially when we need to use it to work out ‘reliability stuff.’ Key Points Join Chris and Fred try to answer a question from one of our listeners regarding a ‘stress-strength’ problem wher…
 
Restarting Quality Abstract Greg and Fred discuss the future of quality and reliability – which may be ‘back to the future’ of quality. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss how to restart quality Topics include: What is the current state of quality management, assurance, and control. What changes are occuring in quality. What will be the f…
 
Decision Fatigue Abstract Greg and Fred discuss the importance for making smart decisions. The challenge is that after Covid we are all tired of making decisions. So, have we lost our perspective and even our sense of humor in understanding context in making smart decisions. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss decision fatigue. Topics inc…
 
A Facilitator’s Role Abstract Carl and Fred discussing the essence of a facilitator’s role in leading meetings and reliability methods. This role is discussed from the viewpoint of reliability applications. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the key elements of the facilitator role. What works? What doesn’t work? What skills are involved…
 
A PFMEA Use Question Abstract Carl and Fred discussing an interesting question from a subscriber to the Inside FMEA series. The question has to do with selected process steps on a Process FMEA, and the efficacy and value of the occurrence rating being verified later in pilot assembly or trial production. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discus…
 
Data and Mechanisms Abstract Chris and Fred discuss how reliability data analysis really doesn’t mean a lot … unless you pair it with a failure mechanism. Why is this? What does that mean? Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss how reliability data analysis by itself doesn’t ‘mean’ a lot. What does this mean? And why is this? Topics include…
 
Influencing Change Abstract Chris and Fred discuss what it means (as a reliability engineer) to try and change something … even though the organization that thinks they are open to change really isn’t. What can we do? Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss how reliability engineers help organizations actually change … especially when they d…
 
Dealing with Changing Requirements Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing the dynamics of changing a design during the development process. The longer it takes to develop a new product the longer it allows the competitors to introduce new features and functions, which may have more market appeal than your products features right as your finishing develo…
 
Connect Activity to Business Objectives Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing a basic question Fred asks in the Reliability Management Class and with new clients, that is “what are you trying to accomplish” with your reliability program, Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss the objectives reliability and business and connecting those objective…
 
We Are All Consultants Abstract Carl and Fred discussing how much of what we do as reliability professionals falls into the role of consultants. Learning how to be better consultants will enhance the results of our day-to-day work. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss their experiences as consultants and how they were using the skills of c…
 
Transferring Knowledge Abstract Carl and Fred discussing the process of knowledge transfer from one person to others. This process is at the core of influencing others to achieve reliability objectives. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss how to transfer your knowledge to other people, and conversely, how to support knowledge transfer fro…
 
Manager and Leader Abstract Greg and Fred discuss the importance of management and leadership. They cover the similarities and differences between the two. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss the future of management and leadership. Both have changed radically following Covid. This is important because in today’s ‘great resignation’ worke…
 
Why Do Networking Abstract Greg and Fred discuss the importance and challenges of networking. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss the future of networking and even influencing that can positively impact your career. Topics include: What does networking look like in the post covid world? Why is networking important for your present and fut…
 
Training that Sticks Abstract Dianna and Fred discussing training that sticks. Key Points Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss what makes successful training and consider it from teacher/coach and student point-of-views. “Who is responsible for learning?” Topics include: grades: getting a great grade but not learning anything is less than useful a …
 
Independent Design Reviewer Abstract Dianna and Fred discussing design reviews and independent reviewers. Key Points Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss a question: “How important are independent reviewers to a design review, and what is their general purpose for the design review process?” Topics include: responsibilities of being an independent …
 
Too Many Meetings Abstract Dianna and Fred discussing how to get next steps when being presented a problem by quality assurance. Key Points Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss a listener question: Our QA team holds meetings to track items and problems, but they’re not helpful in finding solutions. What can I do? Topics include: communication disco…
 
Who Makes Something Reliable? Abstract Chris and Fred discuss the seemingly never resolved question on ‘who’ is responsible for making something reliable? Is it the supplier? The designers? The manufacturers? Aliens? Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss ‘who’ makes something reliable. The most common answer to this question from organizat…
 
Confidence from Understanding Abstract Chris and Fred discuss what this term ‘confidence’ means … especially when it comes to statistics (and reliability) Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss what ‘confidence’ means … especially when we do things like statistical analysis to help us understand the reliability characteristics of a system o…
 
Training Everyone for Risk Management Abstract Greg and Fred discussing risk management training for all employees. Key Points Join Fred and Greg as they discuss how risk management is like quality in 1987, when Baldrige, ISO 9001, and Six Sigma were launched. We live in VUCA time. Companies now are training everyone in risk to address VUCA. Topics…
 
Decision Making for Reliability Abstract Greg and Fred discussing risk based, decision making for reliability and quality engineers. Key Points Join Fred and Greg as they discuss decision making in reliability, quality, and engineering. Good decision making may be the key personal differentiator for all engineers in an age when a work smart phone w…
 
What Matters in a Demonstration Test? Abstract Carl and Fred discussing a listener question about how which failures to count in demonstration testing. Specifically, what about maintenance induced failures, supply chain failures and other types of failures, not typically part of the product design. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss reli…
 
Fast vs Thorough Abstract Carl and Fred discussing the need to be fast in smaller or startup companies. Reliability engineering can adapt to a fast culture and support lean product development, without compromising essential tasks. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the product development process in small companies, balancing the need t…
 
Regression Metrics Abstract Chris and Fred discuss ‘regression metrics’ … or numbers that software packages spit out at us to suggest if a statistical model is ‘good’ or not. But if this is the only thing you (as an engineer) rely on to understand your system … you are already in trouble! Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss how software …
 
Technology Only Goes So Far Abstract Chris and Fred discuss the limits of ‘technology solutions’ … especially when it comes to reliability – mainly because there is always a human being involved! Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss how technology is often used to try and solve reliability challenges – to the extent that we forget that th…
 
Problem Solving with Customer Service Abstract Dianna and Fred discussing customer service: personal and professional experiences. Key Points Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss problem solving with customer service. Topics include: partnering with a customer service agent when you’re the customer coordinating with the customer service department …
 
Encouraging New Engineers Abstract Dianna and Fred discussing why and how to encourage new engineers and foster younger generations to consider engineering as a profession. Key Points Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss how to get new generations involved in engineering. Topics include: Getting active in youth programs. Fostering curiosity by lett…
 
Dealing with Suppliers Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing dealing with suppliers in dealing with failures in complex interconnected systems. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss the many different responses and challenges that different subsystem suppliers can have when trying to get their help with a reliability issue. Topics include: Much…
 
Talking about HALT Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing a basic subject that Kirk has been speaking about for over three decades, Highly Accelerated Life Testing (HALT) and carrying the ideas of Gregg Hobbs, Ph.D. who termed the acronym and methodology Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss a subject that is a new approach that is still controv…
 
Incomplete Data Abstract Chris and Fred discuss what it means to have incomplete data. Isn’t data just data? Key Points Join Chris and Fred as this thing we call incomplete data. This was prompted from a question we received from an Accendo listener. A piece of equipment has been in service for 8 years … but our listener only had data for the last …
 
No Such Thing as Safe Abstract Chris and Fred discuss this term we call ‘safe.’ What is ‘safe?’ How can we use the term ‘safe’ in industries that involve a lot of risk? Perhaps there is no such thing as ‘safe?’ Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss what it means for something to be ‘safe.’ And how we demonstrate something to be ‘safe.’ Wha…
 
Fitting into a Risk Program Abstract Greg and Fred discussing how risk assessment must be tailored to the context of the organization. Key Points Join Fred and Greg as they discuss how risk management is becoming essential knowledge, skills, and abilities for all quality and reliability professionals. Topics include: How risk assessment should be t…
 
Risk Assessments Abstract Greg and Fred discussing how and why to conduct risk assessments. Key Points Join Fred and Greg as they discuss risk assessments. ISO defines a risk assessment as: 1. Risk identification; 2. Risk analysis and 3. Risk evaluation. Risk assessments must be tailored to the context and organization level. Focus the risk assessm…
 
What Software Are You Using? Abstract Dianna and Fred discussing software tools used by reliability engineers: the good, the bad, and pitfalls. Key Points Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss software tools used by reliability engineers. Topics include: Different suites of software that they’ve used in the past and what they’re using today. Assumpt…
 
Catching Up with Questions Abstract Carl and Fred summarizing and discussing the latest questions received from readers and listeners. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss questions relating to FMEA detection, FMEA scope, and other questions. Topics include: FMEA detection methods and ratings Two types of Detection: detection during produc…
 
Bringing Back Old Plant Equipment Abstract Carl and Fred discussing a listener question about the use of FMEA when ramping up equipment in a plant. In this case, the equipment had been sitting dormant for a number of years. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss which specific methods would be most useful in a production scenario with older …
 
The Best Reliability Training Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing their views on how to best learn the discipline of reliability engineering. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss the ways to learn about reliability and improving Topics include: The best way to learn reliability engineering is to understand why products fail in the field. The…
 
Decisions and Safety Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing whether to ship a product that may or may not be safe and reliable. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss recent medical equipment failures and the potential risks and whose responsibility it is. Topics include: Risks of component failures, such as MLCC (Mult-layer Ceramic Capacitors ) …
 
Hierarchy of Engineering Abstract Chris and Fred discuss the ‘hierarchy’ of reliability engineering. Which is the hierarchy of the knowledge and terms we need to follow when we learn about reliability engineering. Is it possible to organize our thoughts in a better way? Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss the ‘hierarchy’ of (reliability)…
 
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