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Achieving Total Process Reliability through TPM Training

Customers want your product NOW! Can you deliver it, or will they get it from your competitor?

Equipment reliability is a vital element of organizational performance. When your equipment is running, your product can be delivered; if your equipment is down, so is your business. Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is a proven approach to increase equipment reliability, productivity and output and reduce unscheduled downtime and operating costs. These are REAL, bottom line improvements that you cannot ignore.

This training will provide you with guidance and tools to successfully implement TPM at your company. The seminar is designed around Marshall Institute’s proven 8-Phase TPM Implementation Model. You will learn which Key Performance Indicators to follow to measure the right metrics in the right manner. You will receive an OEE calculator with hands- on coaching to allow you to determine the reliability of a specific line or piece of equipment.

In this seminar you will learn how to gain momentum and grow buy-in and support with quick wins in your early implementation efforts using tools such as Basic Equipment Care, 5S for Maintenance & Root Cause Analysis. 

Upcoming Public Training Dates

  • 10
    Aug

    Achieving Total Process Reliability through TPM

    Live Web-based Training
    3 days, 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
    • $1,495.00 excl. Tax
    *Team Discount - For two or more registrations (same topic or different topics), paid for at the same time, you will receive $150 discount per registration.

About this Seminar

Learning Objectives

  • 5The basic concepts of TPM/TPR
  • 5Understand the principles of maintaining basic equipment conditions through the 7 steps of Basic Equipment Care
  • 5Understand the basic principles of Maintenance Excellence – managing the flow of work, resources, and information
  • 5Understand the principles of developing a training process
  • 5Describe the tools utilized to eliminate chronic problems
  • 5Identify the right resources and principles needed to ensure improved engineering and design of new equipment
  • 5Understand the principles of change management and apply the individual roles of leadership in change management as it relates to TPM/TPR implementation
  • 5Demonstrate the ability to create a short term initial action plan

    Who should attend? 

    • 5VP Operations
    • 5VP Production
    • 5VP Engineering
    • 5Maintenance Directors
    • 5Manufacturing/Production Managers
    • 5Maintenance Superintendents
    • 5Maintenance Personnel
    • 5Production Managers
    • 5Continuous improvement Managers
    • 5Reliability Managers
    • 5Maintenance Supervisors
    • 5Reliability Engineers
    • 5Plant Industrial Engineers
    • 5Operations Managers
    • 5TPM/TPR Coordinators

    Special Features

    Basic Equipment Care

    We will show you how Operator Involvement and Skill Development play important roles in improving equipment reliability. Spotting and responding to deterioration in equipment infancy can prevent breakdowns. 65-75% of all breakdowns can be prevented by having the operator closest to the equipment clean, lubricate, and inspect on a regularly planned basis.

     

    Equipment Improvement Teams

    Learn how Equipment Improvement Teams (small group activities) with cross-functional membership can be applied in identifying and resolving equipment problems. We’ll show you how to apply these time-tested principles that will move you from reactive to proactive through employee commitment.

    Agenda

    Day 1
    Welcome & Orientation
    Section 1: Introduction to World Class Asset Management

    • Asset Management
    • Maintenance Excellence
    • Improvement Opportunities

    Section 2: Value of Planning & Scheduling

    • Importance of Planning & Scheduling
    • Improvement Opportunities

    Section 3: Planner/Scheduler Roles and Responsibilities
    • Planner Responsibilities
    • Scheduler Responsibilities
    • Planner/Scheduler: Combined Role
    • Improvement Opportunities

    Section 4: Support Systems
    • CMMS – Work Order System
    • Improvement Opportunities

    Section 5: Partnerships
    • Importance of Partnerships
    • Improvement Opportunities 

    Day 2

    Sections 1-5 Learning Review

    Section 6: Understanding Processes
    • Process Guides
    • Process Maps/Workflows
    • RACI
    • Maintenance Workflow
    • Improvement Opportunities

    Section 7: Identify & Prioritize
    • Work Identification
    • Work Orders
    • Work Prioritization
    • Improvement Opportunities

    Section 8: Plan
    • Planning Maintenance Jobs: Process Steps
    • Improvement Opportunities

    Day 3

    Sections 6-8 Learning Review

    Section 9: Schedule
    • Scheduling Maintenance Jobs: Process Stages

    Section 10: Work Execution & Closeout
    • Work Execution
    • Work Closeout & Documentation
    • Improvement Opportunities

    Section 11: Analyze
    • Analyze
    • Maintenance Metrics
    • Backlog Management
    • Planner’s Improvement Tools
    • Improvement Opportunities

    Section 12: Shutdown, Turnarounds and Outages Planning & Scheduling
    • STO Planner/Scheduler
    • STO Timeline Phases
    • Improvement Opportunities

    Sections 9-12 Learning Review

    Section 13: Planner / Scheduler Improvement Plan Wrap-Up