The Total Productive maintenance is a process that aims to improve maintenance processes and activities.
The OEE is the most well-known indicator. It will help prioritize actions and focus on the most important losses.
The TPM approach calls for a series of structured steps to ensure quality and increase the likelihood of success.
The PM Prize, awarded by the JIPM, is the Nobel Prize in the application of the principles and tools of the TPM.
Reliability is a concept that uses performance, costs but also the environment.
The first pillar of the TPM, the Kobetsu Kaizen aims to support a culture of improvement within the teams.
Maintenance supports the development of operators ‘ skills and responsibilities to support the performance and operating condition of the equipment.
Third pillar of the TPM, the planned maintenance is to move from a maintenance where one suffers the failures to a maintenance where they anticipate
Pillar 4 aims to establish training and improve the skills of the teams.
Phase 10 of the TPM approach, this pillar includes the improvement of the design of new equipment and the design of new products.
This pillar is oriented towards maintaining the quality level of the products. We seek to eliminate the causes of non-quality, so that every minute of the process time is a useful minute, producing a “good” product.
In the overall vision of the TPM, the extension to the related services is intended to implement the same tools and methods used in production for all such “office” services.
Safety and the environment are activities that are an integral part of the TPM approach.
There is a whole array of maintenance indicators that will be used according to the maturity of our company. More generally, we will use only 3 or 4.
Etymologically, the term maintenance comes from the word “maintain” and the suffix “ance”. By simple definition of the dictionary, it is the actions that aim to maintain something in good condition.
Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM2) is a maintenance process optimization methodology that identifies the best maintenance strategy.