TPM is one of the lean proven impactful strategies. It is implemented within manufacturing entities that drives a cultural transformation. It improves OEE (Overall equipment efficiencies) and productivity. That results in continuous improvement and Zero losses. TPM aims to achieve Zero Safety Injuries. Zero Downtime. Zero Defects. Through focusing on Equipment reliability driven by all employees’ engagement and sense of ownership. This is achieved through working on 8 pillars:
- Autonomous Maintenance
- Planned Maintenance,
- Focused Improvement,
- Organization Capability,
- Early Management,
- Quality Integration,
- Health Safety Environment,
And keeping 6S as a base. The pillar is planned, and executed to ensure that capable resources lead and drive each pillar is Organization Capability pillar. TPM has both proven technical results and cultural results. On the technical aspect TPM is expected to improve productivity by 35%. OEE from 50-70% to 80-90%. Reduce unplanned downtime by 80%. Quality defects by 50%. The cultural transformation expected is having proactive, committed and motivated teams working in a safe environment. This course is designed for organization internal resources or individuals that aspire becoming subject matter experts in driving productivity and efficiency improvement through
TPM or reliability engineering. This four weeks course will go through all TPM pillars, foundations and tools with in plant implementation, using many interactive practices, assessments and case studies.
Who Can Enroll:
- This course is designed for organization internal resources.
- Individuals that aspire becoming subject matter experts in driving productivity, efficiency improvement, through TPM or reliability engineering.
- This four weeks course will go through all TPM pillars, foundations and tools with in plant implementation, using many interactive practices, assessments and case studies.
- Attaining CHOOLS Group TPM professional Certification through achieving 80% in the exam included in the course and completing project in a manufacturing entity.
- Material and Hand-outs with Soft Copy included.
- In plant implementation.
- Attain an overall knowledge of the eight pillars of TPM.
- Plan and establish a strategy for TPM 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 an autonomous maintenance process within the plant starting with the leadership model machine.
- Initiate and execute a 6S Kaizen event.
- Establish and perform site-specific TPM phase assessments and process audits.
- Initiate a key performance measures data collection process and relate to OEE and productivity metrics.
- Conduct breakdown analysis and simple root cause 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 and scorecards.
- Establish an employee skill Matrix, and plan an effective capability building process.
- Use the concepts of Early Equipment Management.
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- Phase assessments and Mater plan creation.
- AM Pillar : Planning and implementation
- PM Pillar : Planning and implementation
- Focused improvement
- KPIs Data measurement and analysis and control and scorecard creation.
- Lean Six Sigma: SIPOC
- Value stream mapping
- Breakdown analysis and simple root cause.
- OEE and the six losses
- Organization Capability: planning and building
- Early machine management : Concept and design
- Quality integration
- Health, Safety and environment