Total Productive Maintenance - TPM
Increasing pressure to drive down costs and eliminate waste in all its forms across the entire Value Chain means the Continuous Improvement of your company's assets, both operational and staff related. Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) can reduce the cost of manufacturing in both discrete and process industries by ensuring that the plant and equipment operates at maximum effectiveness. Many companies, large and small, are realizing, by adopting TPM, they can achieve the competitiveness necessary to compete in a global market.
Our Autonomous Care workshops team maintenance and equipment operators together to identify and repair equipment deficiencies. With your team we help develop and implement practical Autonomous and Planned Maintenance practices to sustain improved OEE measure.
LSI's roadmap to a successful TPM implementation:
Announcement of TPM - Create an environment that will support the introduction of TPM.
Launch a formal TPM education program.
Create an organizational support structure.
Perform assessment of equipment criticality.
Establish basic TPM policies and quantifiable goals.
TPM kick-off. "Implementation will begin at this stage".
Identify deficiencies and stabilize each piece of equipment to improve effectiveness.
Develop an autonomous maintenance program for operators.
Develop a planned/preventive maintenance program.
Conduct training to improve operation and maintenance skills.
Develop TPM for new equipment management program.
Continuously improve to ensure complete cultural transformation.