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Pilot Line Learnings – Autonomous Maintenance STEPS 0, 1 and 2

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Step 0 – “Safety Comes First” The role of the team was not clear. How long are we going to be working on this? Time expectation 4 hours per week? What about extra time? Team member roles and responsibilities and the ways of working around the team need to

Autonomous Maintenance Step 0

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What is Step 0? Step 0 is the Preparation Phase for AM, specifically with regard to Safety. Safety Comes First! Objectives of Step 0: 1.Ensure safe work practices in AM 2. Get better understanding of equipment 3. Learn TPM tools Ensuring Safe Work Practices Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Identify Sources

One Point Lesson – OPL

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What is an OPL? A tool to convey information. Designed to enhance knowledge and skills in a short time, at the right time, whenever needed. To upgrade levels of expertise by having individuals study, learn and then train others in the knowledge or skill. Who Creates OPL’s? Everyone! Operators,

One point lesson electrical

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When disconnecting power always follow Left Hand Rule – make sure packaging machine is stopped and all major electricity devices (main drive motor, electric heaters etc.) are turned off, then turn of main power disconnect using your left hand. This OPL is only for reference – always follow safety

Basic Hand Tools Safety Module

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Training Objectives: Identify basic hand tools used for routine maintenance activities. Provide examples of tool abnormalities to support inspection activities. Demonstrate proper and safe use of hand tools. Hand Tools Held in the “hand” and powered by the person using them Important to be able to identify them Know

Electrical and Sensor Module – AM TPM training – World Class Manufacturing

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Electrical and Sensor Module Objectives This module provides a basic electrical safety awareness and NOT technical electricity training. The module will provide the tools and ideas on what to do in case of electrical fire, what to visually inspect, and the abnormalities you may encounter in the plant. Operators