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Autonomous Maintenance (Jishu Hozen)

Description

Autonomous Maintenance (Jishu Hozen) refers to TPM activities that involve operators in maintaining their own equipment, independent of the maintenance department. Activities in an AM program include: daily inspections, lubrication, parts replacement, simple repairs, abnormality detection and precision checks. The goals of the program are to prevent equipment deterioration, restore equipment to its ideal state, and establish basic conditions needed to keep equipment well maintained. AM is one of the most important building blocks in any TPM program.

 

This PowerPoint presentation is developed by our JIPM-certified TPM consultant. It is packed with diagrams, examples and practical tips and can also be used to train shopfloor staff participating in autonomous maintenance activities. 

 

Learning Objectives​



  1. Understand the key concepts of TPM and AM activities

  2. Learn how to implement the AM activities, step by step

  3. Learn how to use activity boards, meetings and one-point lessons to promote TPM goals

  4. Learn how to measure and audit AM activities and performance

  5. Familiarize with the JIPM TPM excellence criteria for AM

  6. Understand the critical success factors in sustaining AM activities on the shopfloor

 

Contents​

 

1.  Overview of TPM

  • Common Features of Workplaces with Poor TPM Implementation

  • Machine Failures Have Many Hidden Causes

  • What is TPM?

  • TPM Principles

  • TPM Provides a Basic Foundation for Lean Transformation

  • TPM Eliminates/Reduces Waste

  • Why Is TPM Important?

  • TPM Goals

  • Eight Pillars of TPM

  • TPM Benefits

 

2.  Introduction to AM

  • What is AM?

  • What AM is Not

  • AM is a Paradigm Shift

  • AM Supports a Culture Change

  • AM Activities Improve Equipment Efficiency & Upgrade Operator Skills

  • Characteristics of AM Programs

  • Goals of AM

  • Natural & Forced Deterioration

  • Four Equipment- related Skills for Operators

  • AM Approach

  • Activities Betond the Scope of AM

 

3.  Tools of AM

  • 3 Key Tools for AM

  • Activity Board

  • Use of Activity Boards

  • Examples of Activity Board

  • Guidelines for Team Meetings

  • What is One-Point Lesson?

  • 3 Purposes of One-Point Lesson

  • Philosophy of One-Point Lesson

  • One-Point Lessons as a Cascading Tool

  • Types of One-Point Lessons

  • Examples of One-Point Lessons

 

4.  How to Implement the Seven Steps of AM: The Step by Step Approach

  • 7 Steps of AM

  • Step 1 - Clean & Inspect

  • Step 2 - Eliminate problem sources and inaccessible areas

  • Step 3 - Draw up cleaning and lubricating standards

  • Step 4 - Conduct general inspections

  • Step 5 - Conduct autonomous inspections

  • Step 6 - Standardize through visual workplace management

  • Step 7 - Implement autonomous equipment management

 

5.  Measuring & Auditing AM Activities

  • TPM Metrics - What to Measure?

  • Possible Metrics for AM

  • Three Important Reasons for Audits

  • Key Implementation Points of AM

  • Managers Must Play an Active Role

 

6.  JIPM TPM Excellence Criteria for AM

  • JIPM Excellence Criteria for AM

 

7.  Sustaining AM

  • How to Sustain AM?



You may also be interested in the following related documents (sold separately):

  1. Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

  2. Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)

  3. TPM Team Guide

  4. TPM Self-Assessment Guide & Tool

  5. TPM Autonomous Maintenance Audit Guide & Checklists

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