TPM consulting | TPM introduction
Goals of TPM
- Unplanned machine downtime
- Idle and minor glitches
- Scrap and rework
- Adjustment work and adjustment parts
- Set-up and tool changes
- Cycle time extensions
The eight pillars of TPM
- Continuous improvement: application-related elimination of the 16 types of loss according to JIPM (Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance).
- Autonomous maintenance: The system operator should carry out inspection, cleaning and lubrication work independently in the first step and also small maintenance work in subsequent steps.
- Planned maintenance: Ensuring 100% availability of the systems as well as identification of Kaizen actions by maintenance.
- Training and education: To qualify employees as required to improve their operating and maintenance skills.
- Start-up monitoring: Realizing an almost vertical start-up curve for new products and systems.
- Quality management: Realization of the “zero quality defects” goal for products and systems.
- TPM in administrative areas: Eliminate losses and waste in non-manufacturing departments.
- Occupational safety, environmental and health protection: The implementation of the zero-accident requirement in the company.
We can offer you the following services:
- Carrying out an actual TPM analysis to determine the initial situation and identify possible potential
- Basic teaching (information training) on TPM
- Advice on establishing a targeted TPM approach
- Moderation of TPM workshops
- Coaching in implementing an effective TPM process
- Assistance in establishing a system of indicators for evaluating success
- Advice on linking with other lean methods
- Close cooperation with your specialists in every phase of integration
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