Training Programme Features
Today due to ineffective machine utilization and heavy investment in equipments, organizations are going through financial burdens and wastage of operator skills. But with the implementation of TPM, the time and energy of the managers will be spent on monitoring the personnel and taking care of the maintenance of equipment.
This Training Programme introduces participants to Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) & its interpretations. It will help the organizations / personnel to build up a continuous improvement culture and system to achieve zero accident, zero defects, and zero breakdowns and zero waste by using a series of TPM tools and developing workforce skills.
Who should attend the training?
- Production Engineers / Supervisor
- Maintenance Engineer / Supervisor
- Factory Manager / Head
- Production &/or Process Control Managers
- Industrial Engineers
- Quality Management System Consultant
- Students striving for Production or manufacturing jobs with some hands-on experience in any manufacturing industry.
- Introduction & History of TPM
- TPM Philosophy
- TPM Organization and Pillar Structure
- Purpose and outcome of pillars
- Pre -TPM conditions checklist
- Pillar Structure
- Autonomous Maintenance and Steps of autonomous maintenance
- Individual Improvement and steps of individual improvement
- Planned Maintenance
- MTBF, MTTR and Key Indicators Briefing
- 5S system – Foundation for TPM Pillars
- Quality Maintenance
- Development Management through Standard Work and One Point Lessons
- Safety, Health and Environment
- Zero accident, Zero Health damage, Zero
- fires Introduction
- Office TPM
- Sixteen Major Losses
- OEE Measures and calculation
- End of Training Programme