Autonomous improvement is one of the key distinguishing features of TPM. It is one of the most important activities when understood correctly. It needs to be seen as an improvement activity within TPM. Rather than production teams taking on maintenance activities.
Autonomous improvement was established to deal with barriers of quality, delivery and cost performance. It was the result of production teams striving to effectively improve their equipment conditions.
Who Can Enroll:
- Primarily aimed at operations leaders and plant managers.
- Professionals wishing to implement Autonomous Maintenance in their plants.
- Engineering and maintenance leaders introducing or supporting TPM processes.
- Understanding of the purpose of Autonomous Maintenance.
- Function of Autonomous improvement within TPM.
- Introducing the process to a plant.
- Those struggling with Autonomous improvement implementation will gain valuable insights into the keys to successful implementation.
Comprehensive practical training to enforce theoretical principles.
Limited Registrations, effective presentations.
To achieve certification, participants shall achieve 80% in CHOOLS exam
Course could be customized for organization requirements including company LOGO.
Query Handling Facility.
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- Autonomous Improvement and Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
- Overall Equipment Effectiveness
- Forced Deterioration and Chronic Losses
- Restore, Improve, Maintain
- One Point Lessons and Visual Management
- The Role of Maintenance
- Implementation of Autonomous improvement