1 – Introduction to TPM

The Total Productive Maintenance is a process that aims to improve maintenance processes and activities. Introduction The TPM means Total Productive Maintenance. It is defined by the JIPM1 : “It is a way to create a corporate culture that continually continues...

2 – The OEE

The OEE is the most well-known indicator. It will help prioritize actions and focus on the most important losses. Introduction The role of the OEE (Overall equipment Effectiveness) is to know the rate of use of equipment by measuring the availability, performance and...

3 – Structuring the TPM approach

The TPM approach calls for a series of structured steps to ensure quality and increase the likelihood of success. Introduction Deploying and implementing a TPM approach is a long road that requires the collaboration of all staff, from management to operational. The...

4 – The PM Prize

The PM Prize, awarded by the JIPM, is the Nobel Prize in the application of the principles and tools of the TPM. Introduction Founded in 1964, this award was set up to encourage industry development in Japan. Developed by the JIPM, custodian of the term TPM, this...

5 – Reliability

Reliability is a concept that uses performance, costs but also the environment. Introduction Reliability is a key indicator of maintenance. It gives a state of the situation with regard to the level of confidence that we carry to equipment. By definition:...

Pillar 1: Focused improvement – Kobetsu Kaizen

The first pillar of the TPM, the Kobetsu Kaizen aims to support a culture of improvement within the teams. Introduction The term Kobetsu Kaizen means targeted continuous improvement. Like Kaizen, Kaizen Kobetsu are events that focus on improving in relation to TPM1....