Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) eliminates the distinction between production and maintenance tasks by placing a strong emphasis on allowing operators to assist in the maintenance of their equipment.
Do you think it is possible for a maintenance job to be rewarded based on the equipment working well and not based on the time spent troubleshooting the equipment?
Isn’t it already too late when the maintenance worker comes to the already shut down machine?
Who will evaluate vibrations and disturbing noises that may indicate an impending failure?
Isn’t it a waste if basic oil changes are performed only by qualified maintenance?
How to involve operators in the prevention of failures?
The TPM approach to maintenance (Total Productive Maintenance) blurs the distinction between production and maintenance tasks by placing a strong emphasis on enabling operators to assist in the maintenance of their equipment. One of the big goals of TPM principles of proactive and preventive maintenance is to maximize equipment operating efficiency (OEE).
Why is it good to take a practically focused TPM training?
- Participants understand the reasons for implementing TPM and learn how to use tools to apply it through practical examples. They have the opportunity to practice in small groups under the guidance of an experienced instructor with insights from leading companies.
- The experience from these courses shows that an atmosphere of mutual inspiration is created. Participants think about how they can further implement TPM in their own companies.
Who is the course intended for?
The TPM course is intended mainly for production and maintenance managers, foremen, work team leaders and specialists.
What benefits did the participants get from the course?
Practical examples from plants, the instructor’s experience, and the instructor’s opinions and recommendations regarding the processes and tools used in our plant. Confirmation of our assertion that autonomous maintenance also applies to production.
Maintenance coordinator for electricity and energy
I took away interesting information about OEE (calculations), building TPM. It was a great inspiration for our company.
I appreciate the explanation based on real experiences. The greatest practical value for me was the 5 pillars of TPM as well as the fundamentals of 5S. Again, perfect training from FBE with a professional explanation.
Quality & WCP Manager