Total Productive Maintenance - Course Agenda for 3 day class

  • TPM in 2011
  • Chapter 1 Introduction to TPM
    • Who is TPM for?
    • What Does TPM Do?
    • Why the results from TPM are urgent today
    • Revolution
    • History of TPM
    • TPS, the parent of TPM
    • TPS (Toyota Production System)
    • Some important questions
  • Chapter 2 Talking About TPM
    • Total plant involvement
    • A Day in the Life of a TPM Shop
    • Promises Made at a TPM conference
    • Improvement in the Delivery of maintenance service
    • Selling TPM to different stakeholders
  • Chapter 3 Elements of TPM
    • TPM Has Two Aspects
    • Five elements of TPM
    • Pillars of TPM
  • Chapter 4 TPM basics
    • The intention of TPM is engagement
    • TPM: The Basic Idea
    • TPM is a TEAM Based Activity
    • Five Elements of TPM
    • Pillars of TPM
  • Chapter 5 Maintenance
    • Maintenance
    • The Basic Activity of TPM is PM
    • PM is.
    • Inspection
    • TLC
    • One way PMs are built: Team exercise
  • Chapter 6 OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness)
    • Measuring Equipment Effectiveness is an Essential Part of TPM.
    • OEE for a donut shop
    • Different OEE models
      • 6 Losses of Nakajima
      • 11 Losses of Bob Williamson
      • 16 Losses
      • Immants Classification of Losses
    • Prioritization of losses
    • Let the Confusion begin
    • Examples of OEE
  • Chapter 7 TPM activities
    • Return to new conditions
    • Mini-manual for Operators
    • Tasks (Getting Down to the Nitty-Gritty)
    • Explicit versus Implicit tasks
    • Good TPM tasks have some things in common
    • Possible tasks for TPM trained operators
    • TLC (Tighten, Lubricate, Clean)
    • How to choose the best tasks
    • Descriptions versus specifications
    • Team meetings
    • Prioritization of losses
    • Meeting Quiz
    • Typical team activity is conducting a 1-point lesson
    • RCA for operators
    • Lean Maintenance: Is TPM Lean? TPM is Lean!
  • Chapter 8 Facts of Life
    • What Are We Trying to Do?
    • One Problem However - Past Sins
    • What are the Life Cycle Phases of Equipment?
  • Chapter 9 CMMS
    • MRP II interface
    • The CMMS Work Order
  • Chapter 10 Visual Work Place
    • Gantt and his charts
    • Benefits
    • Examples
    • When is too much too much
  • Chapter 11 TPM Installation
    • Seven Steps to Reach Full Autonomous Maintenance
    • Why Do One Out of Two TPM Installations Fail?
    • Successful TPM Installations
    • Key Concepts for the TPM Installation
    • Look Out; Problems Ahead!
    • Steps in Introduction of TPM in an Organization
  • Chapter 12 Training
    • For TPM to Work, You Better Be Great at Training.
    • Effective Training
    • Certified Operator, Mechanic Training
  • Chapter 13 Structures to keep TPM going
    • Structure for Remembering To Do Tasks
    • TPM reporting
    • Keeping TP Mon track
  • Chapter 14 Is TPM for you?
    • How to decide TPM is for you
    • TPM Feasibility Study
  • My action Plan
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