Optimizing Machine Performance through Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) (EMS105)

22 June 2017 - 23 June 2017

INTRODUCTION
In today’s production environment, we depend heavily on machine application and utilization. A high level of machine utilization means high quality products and high level of productivity attained. Efficient and effective use of machine will improve profitability too.
In this training, we will provide the detail introduction on TPM basic 3 pillars (Autonomous Maintenance, Individual Improvement, Planned Maintenance) which in turn will enhance OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) of our machine and production performance.
Upon Improvement, we need proactive or preventive maintenance activities to ensure sustenance.
This workshop will provide the necessary approach and application of tools such as Kaizen Sheet, OPL, P-M Analysis, Why-Why Analysis and Engineering Kaizen to improve our OEE and their reduce our production cost.
Finally a proactive approach of Maintenance by TPM needs to be implemented to ensure business profitability

OBJECTIVES
After attending this session, participants should be able to:
• Appreciate the Benefit of “Full machine utilization – Zero Down Time”
• Apply the most effective and efficient methods in maintaining machines
• Establish the necessary Plant Maintenance skills in their organizations
• Establish the implementation plan for TPM in their organization

COURSE OUTLINE
A workshop that focus on the practical aspects of Implementing Total Productive Maintenance to achieve maximum machine utilization or “Zero Machine Downtime”.
This workshop intends to explore the local environment and culture of implementation for successful TPM. Hence, enable the improvement in both productivity, quality and profitability.
• General overview of TPM, efficiency and major equipment losses
• Jishu hozen/autonomous maintenance – 7 steps
• Kobetsu kaizen/individual improvement – engineering / technical involvement
• Hinshitsu hozen/quality maintenance
• Planned maintenance – corrective, preventive & predictive
• Initial flow control (production & equipment)
• Education and skill training
• Office TPM

METHODOLOGY
This course will be conducted in the form of lecture and group discussion in an informal manner. Participants will be involved during the course through out the course. Participants will also draft out a suitable implementation plan for their organizations at the end to the session.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The target audiences include ALL supervisors, Executives, Engineers and Managers from Quality, Process, Planning and Production. This course is particular useful for companies aiming to improve productivity and also machine utilization to achieve a more profitable and efficient operation as well as transforming the work force culture

DURATION
2 days @ 9am – 5pm

COURSE FEE
PSDC Member: RM 690
Non-Member: RM 750

*All prices listed above are subjected to GST effective 1st April 2015

HRDF
SBL Scheme

SME Corp 70% Funding for qualified candidate