Total productive maintenance


Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) or  is a business process improvement method, developed from the perspective of maintenance management. The idea is not only to optimize the manufacturing activities; the goal is to improve all business processes!

TPM is a unique Japanese managerial system which aims through people to:

Change the corporate culture to achieve maximum efficiency
Control and prevent all losses to achieve Zero losses in all areas of any business As an integral approach to business solutions TPM is a core support programme affiliated with the Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance (JIPM), considered to be the global leading body..

The definition of TPM is:

T = Total. Must involve all employees at all levels of the organisation.

P = Productive. Effective utilisation of all resources.

M = Maintenance. Keeping the Man-Machine-Material system in optimum condition.Total Productive Maintenance Implementation in Nigera

Gpmorrow Consult TPM approach delivers significant results using the Jackup toolkit in three ways:

  1. Programme support materials and knowledge, – supporting materials to answer the ‘why’ and ‘how’ to implement.
  2. Learning & Development – structured training and development programmes to support implementation. All our training materials are developed with training frameworks for effective delivery. (files, CDs, site visits etc)
  3. Audit & Assessment – experienced in applying the reflective process of audits and assessments, explore opportunities and creating competitive edge for our clients.

At GP Morrow Consult we offer a wide range of TPM related courses delivered in different schedules in various venues nationwide.Our personnel have firsthand training from the JPM and guarantees quality training for both small and large scale industries.

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