TPM

TPM stands for “Total Productive Maintenance“, where the word total implies total participation – in other words, everyone in the company, from senior management to front-line operators, playing an active role in productive maintenance, nowadays it has become even more all-embracing, and is often used to denote “Total Productive Management”, or even “Totally Perfect Manufacturing”.

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TPM Instructor

April 3, 2020 / No Comments

Chapter 12 of TPM Instructor Course. Final chapter, upon completion course with 75% score or higher on final quiz, “TPM Instructor” certificate will be generated and available online, you can either download it or share…

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Safety, Health and Environment

April 2, 2020 / 1 Comment

Chapter 11 of TPM Instructor Course. The basic approach to safety, health and environmental management in TPM is multi-pronged. A zero-accident scenario must be achieved by eliminating every conceivable hazard or concern that might give…

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Education and Training

March 31, 2020 / 2 Comments

Chapter 9 of TPM Instructor Course. Companies progress by developing their employees’ capabilities and maximizing their ability to work effectively. The object of a TPM program is to build a corporate organization and culture that…

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Quality Maintenance

March 30, 2020 / No Comments

Chapter 8 of TPM Instructor Course. The only way we can achieve our goal of zero quality defects is to discard the reactive, “shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted” type of approach,…

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Early Management

March 29, 2020 / No Comments

Chapter 7 of TPM Instructor Course. To succeed in the face of tough market competitions, it is absolutely essential to manufacture what the customer wants, and to do it quickly and cheaply. In today’s world,…

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Planned Maintenance

March 28, 2020 / 1 Comment

Chapter 6 of TPM Instructor Course. The aim of Planned (Effective) Maintenance is to raise the company’s productivity by lowering the total cost of its equipment over every stage from design and fabrication through to…

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Autonomous Maintenance

March 27, 2020 / No Comments

Chapter 5 of TPM Instructor Course. Autonomous Maintenance (AM) aims to create a scenario where all operators look after their own equipment, carrying out routine checks, oiling and greasing, replacing parts, doing simple repairs, spotting…

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Focused Improvement

March 26, 2020 / 1 Comment

Chapter 4 of TPM Instructor Course. The effects of much conventional improvement activity used to be transitory, and there was a strong tendency for improvements not to be capable of being sustained or properly established….

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Getting Ready for TPM

March 25, 2020 / No Comments

Chapter 3 of TPM Instructor Course. Once an organization’s senior management has taken the decision to introduce TPM, it is likely to want to get going straight away. However, developing a TPM program and implementing…

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Losses, Costs and Efficiency

March 24, 2020 / 1 Comment

Chapter 2 of TPM Instructor Course. The losses holding back the efficiency of a fabrication, assembly or packaging operation employing mainly non-process type equipment will be different from those in an operation that employs mainly…

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TPM – an Overview

March 23, 2020 / 4 Comments

Chapter 1 of TPM Instructor Course. The abbreviation TPM stands for “Total Productive Maintenance”, where the word total implies total participation – in other words, everyone in the company, from senior management to front-line operators,…