Seminar in TPM Hands On Autonomous and Planned Maintenance

General

Program Description

objective

Know and learn the philosophy of TPM, the results that can be achieved and the process of implementing the basic pillars of TPM through the Hands On process.


Benefits of the program

  • You will generate a change in your organization through the implementation of TPM, achieving the following results: productivity increase, efficiency (OEE), production increase, cost reduction up to 30%, reduction of quality defects up to 90% , reduction of customer complaints up to 75% and elimination of accidents.


Addressed to

General managers, managers and supervisors of production, maintenance, quality and engineering.


Content of the program

The TPM Hands On Seminar: Autonomous and Planned Maintenance consists of a module, which totals 40 hours of study in total, including 2 hours of mentoring and 1 hour of audit.

Module 1. TPM Hands On: Autonomous and Planned Maintenance (40 hours)

  • World-class manufacturing techniques.
  • What is TPM?
  • Success factors for the implementation of TPM.
  • Integration of pillars and departments.
  • Scope (success stories: local and regional).
  • Implementation process.
  • Autonomous maintenance: step 1.
  • Purpose of autonomous maintenance.
  • Results of autonomous maintenance.
  • Autonomous maintenance steps.
  • Step 1: clean to inspect.
  • Planned maintenance
  • Maintenance results planned.
  • Maintenance steps planned.
  • Steps 1 and 2 planned maintenance.
  • Autonomous maintenance: step 2.
  • General TPM.
  • Purpose of step 2 of autonomous maintenance.
  • Results of step 2 of autonomous maintenance.
  • Implementation process.
  • Step 2: sources of contamination and areas of difficult access (hands on).
  • Bases of process control.
  • Definition of control points.
  • Definition of control limits.
  • Use of visual controls (visual fabrication).
  • Mentoring / Auditing
  • Implementation of the methodology in the pilot model previously defined
  • Study of the implementation process on the floor and the results achieved
Last updated Oct 2018

About the School

El Tecnológico de Monterrey es una institución de carácter privado, sin fines de lucro, independiente y ajena a partidos políticos y religiosos. Fue fundado en 1943 gracias a la visión del empresario ... Read More

El Tecnológico de Monterrey es una institución de carácter privado, sin fines de lucro, independiente y ajena a partidos políticos y religiosos. Fue fundado en 1943 gracias a la visión del empresario mexicano Eugenio Garza Sada. Su labor es apoyada por asociaciones civiles integradas por destacados líderes de todo el país, comprometidos con la calidad de la educación superior y con el desarrollo de México. Read less
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