A 3-Day seminar designed to help you Reduce Breakdowns, Stoppages
and Lower your Costs!

Purpose of Seminar:

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.

By the end of this seminar, students will be able to go back to their facility and immediately apply what they learned to help keep their equipment up and running. Training like this never costs – it pays!

Who should take this course?

This seminar is a must for anyone who is involved with maintenance at industrial plants, utilities or commercial and private building facilities. Attendees come from a wide variety of job titles

Training Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, students will receive a training certificate and  indicating that the student has learned to:

  • Understand How and Why Equipment Fails
  • Identify Causes and Types of Equipment Failures
  • Use Root Cause Identification Tools
  • Measure Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
  • Implement 5S
  • Build an Effective Maintenance Team
  • Create a Tracking and Checklist Program
  • Utilize Visual Guides
  • How to Communicate TPM through the whole Facility

Course Outline / Agenda

  1. Work place organisation using 5S
  • Sort
  • Set in Order
  • Shine
  • Standardize
  • Sustain
  1. Creating a strong maintenance team
  • Operator involvement
  • Maintenance Personnel Involvement
  • Management involvement

III.“5-Why” Tool to discover root causes of problems

  1. Types of equipment failures
  2. Causes of equipment failures
  3. When and how to report problems

VII. Cleaning, Inspection and Lubrication

VIII. The concept of continuous improvement

  • Measuring Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
  • How measurement develops proper focus for maintenance
  • Six big losses resulting from inadequate maintenance
  • Calculating OEE
  1. Key elements of continuous improvement
  2. Tracking Preventive maintenance
  3. Building and maintaining effective checklists

XII. Key elements of Predictive maintenance

XIII. Team work

  • Operator’s Role
  • Maintainer’s Role
  • Management’s Role

XIV. Basics of Autonomous maintenance

  1. Communicating the TPM mentality in the facility

What You Will Take Home

  • Training Manual – detailing all presentation material covered in the class.
  • Personalized Training Certificate
  • All the information you need from asking our instructors specific questions about your own equipment or facility.

About the trainers

The trainers are seasoned TPM instructors by Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance (JIPM)

What’s Included?

ü Instruction by expert facilitators

ü Small, interactive classes

 

ü Specialized manual and course materials

ü Personalized certificate of completion