“Strive for continuous improvement, instead of perfection.” - Kim Collins
BPI-123 Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) - The Nuts and Bolts
Schedule and Hours
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), a key Lean tool, is an initiative for optimizing the effectiveness of equipment. TPM is team-based productive maintenance and requires active participation by everyone from production workers and maintenance personnel to engineering departments and top management.
TPM draws from the behavioral sciences as well as the traditional engineering disciplines in creating a manufacturing environment in which preventive maintenance activities are viewed as everyone’s responsibility. Operators no longer just operate and call the maintenance department when a breakdown occurs. They also autonomously perform certain routine preventive maintenance activities such as cleaning, inspection, lubrication, and running adjustments. Maintenance personnel are then free to employ their skills on higher level preventive maintenance activities and overhauls. Everyone views goals of zero breakdowns, maximizing productivity, and zero product defects as shared responsibilities.
The course will provide participants with a detailed understanding of TPM. Participants will also learn about the roles and responsibilities and importance of team involvement in TPM, how to develop a TPM implementation plan and the critical factors for a successful TPM programme.
On completion of this course, each delegate will be able to:
Understand the different types of maintenance
Understand the techniques to eliminate wastes
Understand the 8 pillars of TPM and their impact on equipment reliability
Understand the techniques and methods that promote organization-wide support for a successful TPM implementation
Appreciate the value of the TPM implementation process
Improve efficiency of preventive maintenance and promote equipment restoration and reliability
Recognize and solve the root causes of your equipment failures
Improve operator’s skills in conducting a variety of improvement activities to achieve equipment reliability
Module 1: Maintenance in perspective Module 2: Fundamental requirements of effective maintenance Module 3: Introduction to Total Productive Maintenance Module 4: Objectives and benefits of TPM Module 5: The 8 pillars of TPM Module 6: Autonomous maintenance Module 7: Planned maintenance Module 8: Measuring TPM effectiveness Module 9: TPM implementation guidelines
This course is designed for managers, engineers, supervisors, and other operational personnel from production, manufacturing, engineering, and maintenance
This is a 3-days programme. This course runs from 9:00am – 5:00pm with an hour for lunch and periodic short breaks.
This is an intensive session designed to include as much discussion as possible. Lunch and breaks provide an opportunity for further questioning and discussion with the instructors.
We are HRD Corp (Human Resource Development Corporation) Registered Training Provider. All of our training modules are claimable under HRD Corp.