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TPM For New Person

  1. 1. Avery DennisonTPM Introductory Knowledge Sharing > Presenter Name : Iftekhar Aziz Division Name : RBIS Location / Country : AP/Bangladesh 14 Aug 20111 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  2. 2. What is TPM TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE & Management T------Total P------Productive M-----Maintenance & Management Prepared by | Iftekhar Aziz | GOLD Candidate | Avery Dennison Bangladesh Ltd.2 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  3. 3. What is TPM Total Productive Maintenance & Management combines the best features of productive & preventive maintenance with innovative management strategies and total employee involvement. JIPM TPM Japanese Institution for Productive Maintenance TPM brings maintenance into focus as a necessary and vitally important part of business. Its no longer regarded as a non-profit activity3 3 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  4. 4. Goals4 4 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  5. 5. Target5 5 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  6. 6. 6 OEE INCREASE/ FOCUSED IMPROVEMENT| Presentation Name AUTONOMOUS MAINTENANCE PLANNED MAINTENANCE TRAINING AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT TPM PREVENTION OF MAINTENANCE (Initial Phase Control) Confidential—For Internal Use Only QUALITY IMPROVEMENT ADMINISTRTIVE WORK IMPROVEMENT POLICIES, OBJECTIVES, PERFORMANCE INDICATORS SAFETY AND ENVIRONNEMENT
  7. 7. 8 Pillars of TPM Pillar 1: Autonomous Maintenance – JISHU HOZEN Autonomous maintenance is the concept that the people who operate a machine should maintain the machine. The degree of autonomous maintenance depends on the level of training and the abilities of operators. It often starts with basic lubrication, cleaning and inspection and then graduates to minor or even major repairs. Pillar 2: Focused Improvement – KOBETSU KAIZEN Focused improvement pillar focuses on carrying out Kaizens to maximize the overall effectiveness of the equipments, processes & finally the plant & improving the performance, which aren’t addressed through Gemba kaizens7 7 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  8. 8. 8 Pillars of TPMPillar 3: Planned Maintenance This builds a deliberate, methodological activity of building & continuously improving maintenance system with optimal equipment & process conditions in an efficient & cost effective wayPillar 4: Quality Maintenance This is a method for building in quality & preventing quality defects through the process & through the equipment. In quality maintenance, variability in a product quality characteristic is controlled by controlling the condition of equipment components that affect it8 8 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  9. 9. 8 Pillars of TPMPillar 5: Early Management This includes both early product management & early equipment management. The purpose of these activities is to achieve quick & economic products that are easy to make & equipment that is easy to use.Pillar 6: Education & Training This includes identifying the specific knowledge, skills & management abilities that the workforce need to possess & then designing training modules that will achieve this requirement. ETHOS approach is recommended in this process.9 9 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  10. 10. 8 Pillars of TPM Pillar 7: Safety, Health & Environment This pillar assures & prevent adverse environmental impacts & important issues in any industry. Operability studies combined with accident prevention training & near-miss analysis are effective ways of addressing these concerns. Pillar 8: TPM in Office Administrative & support departments play an important role in backing up production activities. TPM program in these departments must aim to create an “Information Factory” & apply process analysis to streamline the information flow.10 10 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  11. 11. TPM Teamwork In BMW production floor Sanitation Supv 2st Shift Oper UC Supv. QA. Mgr.JMAC 1st Shift Supv Main. Mgr. VP of Mftg. TPM Coordinator 2st Shift Oper 1st Shift Oper Seattle Supv.11 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  12. 12. Losses12 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  13. 13. F-Tagging During Afterwards – Initial Cleaning Every Day Process13 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  14. 14. PM1 : Daily-Weekly-Monthly14 14 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  15. 15. PM1 : Daily-Weekly-Monthly15 15 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  16. 16. PM1 : Daily-Weekly-Monthly16 16 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  17. 17. PM1 : Daily-Weekly-Monthly17 17 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  18. 18. PM2 : MTBF & MTTR Calculation18 18 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  19. 19. PM2 : MTBF & MTTR Calculation19 19 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  20. 20. TPM MDI20 20 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  21. 21. TPM Training21 21 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only
  22. 22. TPM Abnormality Tag Records22 22 | Presentation Name Confidential—For Internal Use Only

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