Total Productive | Maintenance

TPM is a critical assistant for Lean Manufacturing. It focuses on the reliability of machinery. It focusses on the reliability of machinery. The key factors for success are the overall commitment of staff and management, the systematic approach, and placing maintenance and prevention in the centre of attention.

  • Total: everybody participates in this integrated approach
  • Productive and Process: stabilised production eliminates all waste and the variability caused by frequent shutdowns and restarts, focusing on maximal added-value.
  • Management, Manufacturing and Maintenance



 

Make everybody feel responsible for the reliability of your machinery!

Six steps for implementing TPM:

  1. Increase Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
  2. Introduce an effective, preventive-maintenance system focused on prolonging the life of machinery
  3. Increase the effectiveness of operators in order to gain time for other tasks
  4. Introduce autonomous first-line maintenance
  5. Build an effective maintenance team
  6. Manage installations actively throughout their whole production life

 

 

How does Stanwick help?

  • Carrying out a maintenance assessment in order to:
    1. Create a shared picture of the current level of equipment reliability, and to evaluate the effectiveness of the current maintenance strategy
    2. Identify improvement potential in equipment uptime and equipment reliability
    3. Set up an an implementation plan together with local management in order to implement the desired maintenance strategy, incorporating the TPM elements that are necessary to achieve long term improvement in equipment uptime and reliability
  • Support of staff during the implementation phase, and providing in-house TPM training sessions
  • Implementing TPM together with employees and management
     
Project references: Alcon, Recticel, Philips, Noble, Scott Continental, Terumo, Umicore, Swedish Match lighters, Tate & Lyle, Ugine ULZ

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