Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) focuses on getting managers, maintenance personnel and equipment users all working together to prevent equipment problems and reduce expenditures. By giving ownership and responsibility of equipment and processes to the right employees, equipment breakdowns are reduced. 5S provides a systematic approach to setting standards and visual guides for preventing breakdowns and making your equipment run smoothly.
This 2 day seminar is just $1100.
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The first step in reducing breakdowns, stoppages, and lowering costs is understanding how and why equipment fails. This is the focus of Day One as we start to causes and types of equipment failure and learn to use root cause identification tools.
Workplace Organization Using 5S
- Set in Order
Five Tools to Ferret Our Root Causes
Types of Equipment Failures
Causes of Equipment Failure
Day Two looks at building an effective maintenance team, measuring overall equipment effectiveness and implementing 5S. Students will be ready to implement total productive maintenance in their own facilities.
Creating a Maintenance Team
- Operator involvement Maintenance
- Personnel Involvement
- Management involvement
- When and How to Report Problems
Cleaning and Inspecting
Continuous Improvement of Equipment
- Measuring Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
- How measurement develops proper focus for maintenance
- Six big losses resulting from inadequate maintenance
- Calculating OEE
Key Elements of Preventive Maintenance
Tracking Preventive Maintenance
Building Effective Checklists
Key Elements of Predictive Maintenance
- Operator’s Role
- Maintainer’s Role
- Management’s Role
How Visual Controls Assist Total Productive Maintenance
Communicating the TPM Mentality to Everyone in the Facility
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Upon completion of this seminar, the student will receive a certification of completion with 8 classroom hours (.8 TPC Trainco CEUs) per day attended. Visit our continuing education units page to determine if this class is accepted by your state licensing agency.