AM is a New Way of Thinking & Working
- I operate, You fix
- I fix, you design
- I design , you manage
- I manage, you…
- We are all responsible for our equipment
Maintenance in TPM – AM
- Maintenance is not a person or group !
- Maintenance is the act of maintaining or keeping equipment in good running order!
TPM uses several “tools” to “maintain” equipment such as Autonomous Maintenance and Planned Maintenance!
Roles in AM Shared Goal equals Reliable Equipment
Operators Perform AM on their own Vehicles!
- Lubrication & Correction
- Inspections & Checks
- AM Data Collection & Recordkeeping
- Minor Repairs
Technicians “maintain” the vehicle by doing scheduled work such as:
- Tune ups
- Oil changes and lube jobs
- Tire rotation
- Coolant system flush
Why Autonomous & Planned Maintenance?
Autonomous Maintenance 7 Step Development
Step 1. Initial Clean-up (Cleaning with Meaning)
Step 2. Countermeasures for source of contamination & hard to reach areas.
Step 3. Preparation of tentative Autonomous Maintenance Standards.
Step 4. General Inspection
Step 5. Autonomous Inspection
Step 6. Standardization
Step 7. All out Autonomous Maintenance Management