There are several types of tanker accidents: collision, fire, grounding etc. In fire accident, the major causes of ship accidents are explosions on marine boilers and damage to ship components. In addition to operational factors, maintenance factors are also the major cause of the accident. In this case, consideration is needed to improve the safety factor of the marine to the operational side. It is also needed to develop the maintenance with the Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) approach. This study explores the method of maintenance for marine boiler maintenance systems on tankers using the RCM II method. This study also determines the characteristics of asset failure to assist in assessing the level of risk to asset operations. Based on the results of the RCM analysis, it could be seen that there are 128 maintenance tasks consisting of 3 types of activities: Condition Monitoring (CM), planned maintenance (PM) and One-Time Change (OTC). For failure modes that have high risk, preventive maintenance is performed at intervals every 1 to 7 days. For the longest preventive maintenance, intervals carried out on the safety valve are every 2 years.
- Marine boiler
- Ship accident