Pillar 2: Autonomous Maintenance of equipment-Jishu Hozen

Maintenance supports the development of operators ‘ skills and responsibilities to support the performance and operating condition of the equipment. Introduction In Japanese, we speak Jishu-Hozen : Jishu meaning ” autonomy ” and Hozen ”...

Pillar 3 : Planned Maintenance – Keikaku Hozen

3rd Pillar of the TPM, the planned maintenance is to move from a maintenance where one suffers the failures to a maintenance where we anticipate them. Definition According to the standard Afnor NF en 13306 X 60-319, the ” planned maintenance” is a...

Pillar 4: Improving knowledge and know-how

Pillar 4 aims to establish training and improve the skills of the teams. Introduction Increasing the skills and know-how of operations is a strategic issue in terms of expanding their role in the enterprise as part of the implementation of TPM1. This is so much a...

Pillar 5: Mastery of product and equipment design

Phase 10 of the TPM approach, this pillar includes the improvement of the design of new equipment and the design of new products. Introduction The TPM goes back to the design of the machines and products. The capitalization of experience and know-how is used to speed...

Pillar 6: Mastery of Quality – Hinshitsu Hozen

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. Introduction By definition, ”...

Pillar 7: Efficiency of related services or “TPM in offices”

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. Introduction Ultimately, all of the company’s services are part of the same...