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Losses Overview

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1. Identify Functions Manufacturing Support is divided across several Functions at a site Each Business Process within these Functions should be clearly identified Some Traditional Functions: In TPM, the functions listed above are some of the traditional focus areas for Manufacturing Support (formerly “TPM in the office”). This focus

TPM Pillars

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Total Productive Maintenance focuses on increasing of productivity. By measuring the Overall Equipment Effectiveness, breakdowns and other losses like sub-standard quality, are identified and resolved. Autonomous Maintenance Focused Improvement Planned Maintenance Quality Early Equipment Management Training and Education Manufacturing Support Safety, Health and Environment Autonomous Maintenance (AM) Focused Improvement (FI)

Chapter 2. Losses, Costs and Efficiency

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Losses in Production System Figure 2.1 shows the structure of the losses inherent in a typical production system. These losses can be split into three main categories: those preventing equipment from being used as efficiently as it could (The 8 Big Equipment Losses, at the upper right of the

Chapter 1. TPM – An Overview.

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1. Introduction to TPM The abbreviation TPM stands for ‘Total Productive Maintenance’ or ‘Total Productive Manufacturing’, where the word ‘total’ implies ‘total participation’ – in other words, everyone in the company, from CEO to senior management to front-line operators, playing an active role in productive maintenance. TPM: Total Productive

Why-Why Analysis and 5W 1H Templates

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What is why-why analysis? Methodology used to determine all possible causes for a specific phenomenon in an effort to determine the cause and eliminate it. What is the phenomenon? Observe the facts with your own eyes, what exactly do you see. Observation without presumption. .pdf template can be downloaded

One Point Lesson – Flat Belts Inspection – Autonomous Maintenance

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  Step 1: Clean the belt with a rag touching and observing the belt. Step 2: Look if flat belt is worn or cracked.