Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) / Planned Maintenance (PM)

Course Overview:

Planned Maintenance. The third pillar of TPM. Its primary aim is to achieve zero breakdowns. Following a structured approach, it establishes a management system that emphasises on equipment reliability at an optimum cost. Including Planned Maintenance undoubtedly assures reduced breakdowns, reduced costs and improved efficiency. Along with affirming improved quality and safety performance. It enhances the performance through scheduling and maintenance of tasks, according to predicted and tracked root causes of failure.

The training course, designed by our expert practitioner, aims to train the participants, right from the building blocks of PM processes. It educates on how PM significantly reduces the unplanned downtime, and how to have effective Planned Maintenance routines outside production runs. It throws light on productivity hacks done through reducing spare parts inventory by controlling of the failed parts.

PM supporting all the TPM pillars is expected to:

⮞ Improve productivity by 35%.

⮞ OEE from 50 – 70%

⮞ Reduce unplanned downtime by 80%

⮞ Reduce quality defects by 50%

Who Can Enroll:

Individuals aspiring to be subject matter specialists on driving productivity.

Professionals aiming to improve efficiency through Planned Maintenance implementation.

PM teams, and leadership teams planning to initiate PM.

Learning Outcome:

Attain an overall knowledge of the eight pillars of TPM.

Plan and establish a strategy for PM implementation.

Identify baselines and key performance measures to be tracked, accurately measured, analysed and set and execute effective action plans for improvement.

Initiate and execute a planned maintenance process within the plant and create a master and progression plans.

Initiate and execute a 6S Kaizen event in all maintenance areas.

Establish and perform site-specific PM phase assessments and process audits.

Conduct breakdown analysis processes and reviews.

Establish a process for spare parts control and asset management.

Establish and execute a complete maintenance planning and scheduling process.

Establish Maintenance KPIs tracking and communication processes via scorecards and team reviews.

Course Features:

Comprehensive practical training to enforce theoretical principles.

Limited Registrations, effective presentations.

Course could be customized to businesses and LOGO added to presentations.

Course cost covers training sessions, comprehensive notes set, support material, templates and hand-outs with soft copy.

Professionally planned, prepared and presented.

Internationally recognized certificate for lifetime validity of training completion. (Participants should achieve 80% in CHOOLS exam)

Support from subject matter experts. Query Handling Facility.

Industry related project support. Career guidance and candidate promotion.

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Course Outline

Introduction to TPM- Basics and need for TPM, Traditional 5S method of TPM

Eight pillars of TPM- What are they and how do they help

Introduction to OEE and Six Big Losses, Automated OEE and its benefits, OEE Goals

TPM implementation and the steps involved- 5S, Autonomous maintenance, measuring OEE, Kaizen, planned maintenance

Further TPM activities- Quality maintenance, Early Equipment Maintenance, safety health and environment, TPM in administration

Means and techniques to achieve continuous improvement