Achieving Enterprise Excellence

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TPM

Overview

This course is designed to teach the principles of Total Productive Maintenance and Quick Changeover (SMED). TPM and SMED are two essential ingredients in a lean manufacturing program. The TPM system addresses production operation with a solid, team-based proactive program. It helps eliminate losses from breakdowns, defects, and accidents and improves Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE).
The SMED system for quick changeover is a three-phase system aimed at reducing changeover time on equipment; this allows for smaller batches and less inventory throughout the value stream.

Objectives
  • Improved Productivity / Equipment Uptime

  • Improved Quality

  • Smaller Batches / Fewer Inventories

  • Improved Ability to Respond to Customer Needs.

  • Reducing non-conforming products

  • Reducing material damage

  • Reducing scrape

  • Improving PPM

  • Reducing raw material Inventory

  • Reducing FG inventory

  • Maintenance and Quality Maintenance

  • TPM Pillars

  • TPM KPI’s

  • OEE (Total equipment effectiveness)

  • QCO and SMED definition

  • QCO   Principles

Course Contents

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Course Duration

A Three-days session

Who Should Attend?

-This course is designed for manufacturing and plant managers, production control managers and supervisors, materials managers and analysts, manufacturing and industrial engineers & industrial managers.