Our Initiatives

As reliability engineering professionals we are concerned with ensuring products or systems are safe, reliable and cost effective.  We face the unique challenge to consider, analyze and assess the “unknown” or what may happen.  A plethora of literature is available both in print and online covering various aspects of reliability engineering, which we do not intend on duplicating.  Instead, the reliability division as identified several focus areas that are important in a modern world to the reliability engineer.  These focus areas include risk engineering, recent updates to the ISO 9001 standard, safety and security and integration of complex systems.

In response to a growing need to connect reliability engineering professionals with resources related to these focus areas, we have started several initiatives.  Additionally, one of the primary goals of our initiatives is to provide a forum where your voice can be heard.  To learn more check out our initiative landing pages and/or sign up to our mailing lists.

Webinar Categories
Recent Webinars
  • Reliability Analysis using Reliability Block Diagram( RBD)
    April 12, 2018
  • Human-in-the-Loop: Predictive Modeling of the Likelihood of a Vehicular Mission or an Extraordinary Situation Outcome
    May 10, 2018
  • Capital Asset Management – Prioritizing Critical Assets and Securing Their Reliability Description
    June 14, 2018

Provide a global forum for networking among practitioners of reliability engineering, management and related topics.


Facilitate growth and development of division members,


Provide Resources

Promote reliability engineering principles and serve as a technical resource on reliability engineering for ASQ, standards agencies, industry, government, academia and related disciplines


Sponsor, present and promote reliability, maintainability, and related training materials for courses, symposia, and conferences.