Total Productive Maintenance

Management Engineering
 Registration Closed
Date: 2012-12-11 00:00 - 2012-12-12 00:00

Total Productive Maintenance

Maintenance is an integral part of any manufacturing business. With the highly competitive nature of today’s business environment, organizations are required to deliver products to their customers on time, with the lowest cost, and with the highest quality. Without proper maintenance, companies can lose millions of dollars, face unpredictability, and lose confidence in their product quality.

This 3-day workshop aims to provide the participants with the knowledge and tools to improve maintenance performance utilizing Total Productive Maintenance. The workshop takes participants through tools to help manage the maintenance process and finally apply the right changes at the right time to get optimal results from the process. The topics covered in this workshop are shown below.

Learning Objectives

Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) enables participants to:
  1. Understand and describe the 6 major losses in equipment effectiveness.
  2. Categorize maintenance in the 5 Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) “pillars”
  3. Measure Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) on each piece of equipment in their Value Stream.
  4. Improve Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) via application of Total ProductiveMaintenance’s (TPM) 5 Pillars
  5. Know the differences between Reactive, Preventive, Predictive, and Proactive Maintenance.
  6. Accomplish Actual TPM Implementation with Measurable Results
What You Will Learn
  • Introduction to Maintenance
  • History and Evolution of Maintenance
  • The importance of maintenance in an organization
    • The “backstage” analogy.
    • Knowing your customer.
  • Different concepts of Maintenance
    • Fail and Fix
    • Scheduled Maintenance
    • Preventive Maintenance
    • Predictive Maintenance
  • Seven Types of Waste in TPM
    • Defining and elimintating of wastes
    • Waste due to stoppages
    • Waste due to long setup time
    • Waste due to rework, defects, faulty products and low yields
    • Waste due to planned downtime
    • Waste due to incomplete 2S application
    • Waste due to overproduction by large equipmentWaste due to equipment problems at startup
  • Using 5s in Total Productive Maintenance
    • 5S begin with the 2S
    • Discipline is the heart of 5S
    • Implementing the 2S for Pre-Setup Stage
    • How to implement 5S in your operations
  • Understand the TPM Innovation System
  • The Maintenance Process
  • Practicing the Instant Maintenance
  • Overview of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
    • What is TPM?
    • Activities before TPM
    • Application of preventive and predictive maintenance in TPM
    • Maintenance Inventory Controls
    • Total Economic Maintenance
  • Planning and Scheduling Maintenance
    • The 6 maintenance planning principles
  • Collecting Data
    • The importance of data collection
    • Methods of collecting data
    • Different types of data
    • Advanced Measurement Systems Analysis
    • Using Data to find an optimal maintenance strategy
    • Calculating mean time to failure
    • Measuring maintenance performance / metrics
  • Data Analysis
    • Why analyze?
    • Important Tools for Data Analysis
      • Pareto Analysis
      • Plots and Graphs
      • Regression
      • Control Charts
  • Optimizing Maintenance Information Flow
  • Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
  • Autonomous Maintenance (AM)
    • Benefits of Autonomous Maintenance
    • How to implement AM in your operations
    • Autonomous Maintenance steps
    • Key points to successful AM implementation
  • Maintaining Machine Parts
    • Which parts to maintain?
    • Maintenance Criteria
  • Improving Setup Operations
    • Steps towards setup improvement
    • Eliminate the waste of planned downtime
  • Promoting Daily Equipment Inspections
  • Planning Maintenance Resources
  • Scheduling Maintenance Tasks
  • Spare Parts Inventory Management
    • Cost benefit analysis
    • Using Kanban and replenishment models
    • Differences between spare parts inventory and operating inventory



All Dates

  • From 2012-12-11 00:00 to 2012-12-12 00:00