Total Productive Maintenance / Total Process Reliability
By taking the original concepts of Total Productive Maintenance . . .
. . . analyzing current systems
. . . developing a structured implementation strategy
. . . motivating a sense of pride and ownership
. . . empowering companies to make it work for them . . .
. . . and adding structured tools, such as Root Cause Analysis, PM Optimization, and others, we have refined TPM into Total Process Reliability "TPR."
Marshall Institute President, Greg Folts, discusses the 5 key elements of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM). All 5 elements must be in place for an organization to achieve the full potential of TPM and maintenance excellence.
We have created a strong strategic planning process to embed and sustain support for TPR. We have added the development of process guides to standardize systems.
As a result, Marshall Institute has established TPR as our approach to improving operational reliability of major assets; in turn improving overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), increasing production capacity, reducing costs and growing the effectiveness of the relationship between maintenance and operations.