Total Productive Maintenance or Prevention at Source of Equipment is an operational improvement strategy that is saving companies millions of dollars. Learn about the Australasian approach that is also being used in Thailand and Indonesia that ultimately engages all employees through formal improvement activities.
This outstanding two-day workshop is designed for anyone who is interested in improving their workplace and assisting their company to achieve operations excellence.
This workshop will outline how to:
- Breakdown barriers and build relationships between production, maintenance, management and shopfloor.
- Understand the entire equipment and process losses within the plant along with whether they relate to technical or people issues
- Improve equipment performance to allow time for operator development through synergistic area based teams
- Improve communications between shifts to promote sharing of learning
- Establish agreed standards across all shifts to reduce variation in operation and sustain improvements
- Train operators to identify safety, quality and equipment problems at the source, at the earliest possible time
- Change the equipment so it is easy for operators to find the problems
- Create a maintenance support capability that can respond to small problems and issues identified by the operators to encourage operators to continue to find problems
- Establish stability of the production plan through flow logic to promote and enable formal continuous improvement
8 top reasons to attend
Past attendees have achieved:
- $110 million in savings over 4 years
- 50% reduction in average maintenance coasts across plant over 4 years
- 50% reduction in manufacturing costs over 2 years
- 88% reduction in lost time injury frequency rate over 2 years
- 85% improvement on your yield excellence gap over 2 years
- $1.6million annual savings by improving mental recovery by 3% over 1 year
- 20% increase in plant capacity within capital expenditure over 1 year