TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) Introduction

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TPM

This 2-day Introduction to Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is a powerful course intended to teach delegates the design and implementation skills necessary to implement and manage a TPM implementation program.

Participants learn which aspects are included in the TPM program, and how these interact with each other. The workshop focuses on the basic TPM principles and how these can be translated into daily (operating) practise.

Furthermore, this training course enables delegates to concentrate on consolidating the skill-sets that are most appropriate for their company.

What makes this course unique?

The course material is based on current best practice from leading worldwide companies. REOSS’s team has more than 15 years’ experience in Total Productive Maintenance program implementation.

Course Objectives

  • Introduce delegates to the concepts of Total Productive Maintenance.
  • Provide the participants with the understanding and techniques for an effective implementation.
  • Learn about defining, measuring and tracking of Focused Improvement Projects within the TPM program as well as the validation of the benefits (results).
  • Companies that already have started their TPM journey learn about key steps on how to manage and improve the day-to-day activities

Key Benefits

  • Understanding what TPM is about
  • Understanding the pillars and pillar structure
  • Zero Loss Analysis and Cost savings
  • How to involve operators in Continuous and Focused Improvement
  • Ready to implement
  • Understanding the impact

Target Audience

General Managers, Operation Managers, Finance Managers, Manufacturing Managers, Maintenance Managers, Human Resource Managers, Manufacturing Engineers, Supply Chain Managers. And any other manager or engineer from the other functions involved in the TPM program.

Content

Part 1: TPM: what is different?
Part 2: TPM Structure and Pillars
Part 3: Leadership and Zero Loss Thinking
Part 4: Daily Management System Part
5: TPM Organisation
Part 6: TPM Implementation

Approach

The course material is based on current best practice from leading worldwide companies. The theoretical portion of the training is reinforced by practical exercises. The course format is customised or adapted to meet your specific requirements. The course material consists of a variation of presentation, video and exercises.

Target audience

General Managers, Operation Managers,
Finance Managers, Manufacturing
Managers, Maintenance Managers, Human
Resource Managers, Manufacturing
Engineers, Supply Chain Managers.
And any other manager or engineer from the
other functions involved in the TPM
program.

Objectives

Introduce delegates to the concepts of Total Productive Maintenance.
• Provide the participants with the understanding and techniques for an
effective implementation.
• Learn about defining, measuring and tracking of Focused Improvement
Projects within the TPM program as well as the validation of the
benefits (results).
• Companies that already have started their TPM journey learn about key
steps on how to manage and improve the day-to-day activities.

Content

Part 1: TPM: what is different?
Part 2: TPM Structure and Pillars
Part 3: Leadership and Zero Loss Thinking
Part 4: Daily Management System
Part 5: TPM Organisation
Part 6: TPM Implementation

Approach

The course material is based on current best practice from leading
worldwide companies. The theoretical portion of the training is
reinforced by practical exercises.
The course format is customised or adapted to meet your specific
requirements.
The course material consists of a variation of presentation, video
and exercises.

Schedule

Duration : 2 days
Format: In-Company