Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
Total productive maintenance (TPM) is the process of using machines, equipment, employees, and supporting processes to maintain and improve the integrity of production and the quality of systems.
Hermon Quality Solutions Service will center broadly on:
- What is Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)?
- Why Total Productive Maintenance?
- Benefits of Total Productive Maintenance
- 8 Pillars of Total Productive Maintenance
- Implementation of Total Productive Maintenance in Seven Steps
- Key figures in total productive maintenance
- Objectives of Total Productive Maintenance
- Losses in the production process
- Implementation of Total Productive Maintenance
- Roles and responsibilities in the total productive maintenance process
- Sustainment of the total productive maintenance concept
Your needs and some of the service contents will be described in detail:
- Application of Total Productive Maintenance in an efficient way
- Application of the Total Productive Maintenance mindset to achieve customer satisfaction in production
- Satisfy the requirements of customers and auditors on the
Total Productive Maintenance methodology in the organizational system, etc.
- Know the main Total Productive Maintenance tools in the automotive industry.
- Benefits of Total Productive Maintenance Principles in the Organization
- When to use total productive maintenance in the organization
- How to practice total productive maintenance in production
- The roles and responsibilities of TPM implementation in the organization, etc.
- How TPM can be sustainable in an organization, etc.
- Customer and internal quality engineers
- Production Managers
- Production leaders
- Line leaders
- Line Operators
- Lines Managers
- Quality Managers
- Quality Engineers
- Process Engineers
- Auditors and line quality inspectors
- Outgoing and incoming quality inspectors
- Logistics and Warehouse
- Quality of Purchased Components (SQA), etc.
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