4M Analysis Process

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The purpose of this procedure is to define the steps to do a 4M Analysis of a system or subsystem. The goal of this 4M Analysis Procedure is to reduce losses in the factory by using the NA Equipment Attributes as a guideline to achieve this end. 4M Analysis Steps

CAP – Do Cycle

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The Key Tool for Executing  Focused Improvement Check – Observe, Collect Data Analyze – Determine Root Cause Plan – Formulate Actions Do Implement Plan REVIEW – Monitor results and return to Check Capdo form can be found here. CAP-Do: The Check Phase Identify the Problem –“A state of difficulty

5 WHY Analysis, a TPM Tool for Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

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Section 1 5 WHY Process Causes of Losses are Often Complicated: Common Failure scenario: 1. Management system breakdown 2. Failure to implement counter-measures 3. Premature equipment failure 4. Employees fails to follow procedure 5. Failure to ID & Respond 6. Large Loss Results 5 Why Analysis is Proactive Addresses

What are F-tags?

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FUGUAI = DEVIATION<->ABNORMALITY Functional Defects Pollution Difficult to Access/Observe Hard to Load/Operate Unsafe SHEQ “unfriendly” Undesirable Tasks “F” Tags are used to highlight Deviations, Faults or Abnormalities. 3 Types of F-Tags Safety Safety F-Tags are written by everyone for everyone.  Mechanics or operators can close these. Yellow color. Operator

Planned Maintenance Pillar Workshop

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Planned Maintenance – Introduction General: Provide an overall understanding of Planned Maintenance Facilitate the site in developing and refining PM plan Identification of additional training requirements Develop an understanding of: Objectives of the Planned Maintenance Pillar The support required for Autonomous Maintenance, T&E and EEM Pillars The objectives and

Autonomous Maintenance Step 4 Valve Module Training

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Module Objectives Basic valve safety awareness and technical valve training Basic understanding of how different valves operate Basic understanding of different valve assembly’s What usually happens when a valve leaks or sticks, what to visually inspect, and abnormalities you may encounter Valve Safety Always isolate valve before servicing Always

Preventive maintenance plan (PM program). Fundamental Phase Action Plan

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There are seven very distinct elements or clusters to put in place in the Fundamental Phase. The elements are in a natural “make sense” order; some of them can be completed simultaneously if resources are available. The last one, “Basic Maintenance Management”, can and should be inserted at the