Autonomous Maintenance Step 3

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Objectives

  • What is Autonomous Maintenance Step 3?
  • What are some of the main activities?

Prerequisites

Step 1:

  • Learning
    • Defect ID, Basic
    •   5W-1H
  • Clean
  • F-tag
    • Abnormalities 80% clear
  • Cleaning Standards
  • Inspection Standards
    • Abnormalities
  • ID SOC/HTA
  • OPL’s

Step 2:

  • Learning
    • Principle of Operation
    • Why-Why, 12 Step QC
  • Clean
  • F-tag
    • SOC/HTA 80% clear
  • Cleaning Standards
  • Inspection Standards
    • Abnormalities
  • Correct SOC/HTA
  • OPL’s

Step 3:

  • Learning
    • FI implementation
  • Clean
  • F-tag
    • 85% completion rate
  • Cleaning Standards
  • Inspection Standards
    • Qualitative
  • Lubrication Standards
  • OPL’s

3.1 Study Lubrication

  • Ensure RIGHT lubricant is being used
  • MINIMIZE types being used
  • Identify frequencies
  • Identify types and usages

Lubrication Study OPL

3.2 Cleaning Standard

  • Prevent FORCED DETERIORATION
  • Continue to MEASURE time to complete
  • Continue to Eliminate,Contain,Redesign and Improve system to eliminate S.O.C.
  • Prepare cleaning revision and implement

ROUTINE CLEANING STANDARD EXPLANATIONS

Updated Cleaning Standards

3.3 Identify & Mark Lubrication Points

Types of Lubricants:

  • Master List
  • Lubrication Engineers






Lubrication Map

3.4 Prepare Tentative Lubrication Standard

Types of Lubricants:

  • Standards

Routine Lubrication Standards

3.5 Prepare Tentative Inspection Standard (Including Safety)

  • Identify methods and criteria for inspection of equipment
  • Identify locations
  • Identify the what and how
  • Identify inspection time frames

Safety Inspections are identified in the inspection standard

3.6 Implement Cleaning, Inspection and Lubrication Standards

  • Create OPL’s for the implementation of standards
  • Establish new methodology while having control of the process
  • Use standards and revise
  • Ensure equipment maintains PEAK performance
  • Identify improvements

3.7 Team audit & Manager’s audit

Step 3 Board

Requirements:

  •   OPL on Lubrication Study
  •   Lubrication Map identifying and marking lubrication points
  •   Tentative Lubrication Standard
  •   Tentative Inspection Standard
  •   Create OPL’s for the implementation of standards
    • Finalize Cleaning, Inspection and Lubrication Standards
  •   Step #3 Audit

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