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This PowerPoint will help you to investigate if the introduction of TPM will help you
reduce lost time on operating equipment to a tune of 30% or better. Which is typical for
plants who do not already have advanced Preventive Maintenance and Predictive Maintenance
(PdM) practices in place. This PowerPoint will also help to insure you meet the
requirements for a Successful TPM introduction to your facility.
Often referred to as
-total productivity maintenance- and -total production maintenance- so we clarify the
management method by the following definition ...
Definition: Total Productive
Maintenance (TPM) is an equipment management program that emphasizes operator involvement
and ownership of equipment performance. The goals of a TPM program are to maximize
equipment productivity, maximize equipment availability and make quality product by
eliminating causes of equipment defects, losses and wastes through expanding and engaging
the knowledge, skills and abilities of the front-line people running the process.
author Mike Sondalini puts it: Too many times TPM fails in a company because the operators
and maintainers, who are meant to deliver TPM to their equipment, are not involved in its
implementation. Rather they get told to -do TPM-, and management then wonders why TPM does
not work for them.
Synopsis of Total Productive Maintenance Management Course: 85
WHAT IS TPM?
EQUIPMENT LIFETIME HEALTH
TPM AND ITS OPERATING RISK
MEASURING EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE
THE IMPORTANCE OF OPERATOR
OWNERSHIP OF EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE
GETTING TOP QUALITY EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE
REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCCESSFUL TPM INTRODUCTION
TPM REQUIRES CHANGE MANAGEMENT
TPM CASE STUDY
HOW TO APPROACH PLANNING FOR TPM INTRODUCTIONS
Free Trainee Assessment and Achievement Certificate offer at end of the