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Planned Maintenance


Planned Maintenance is a proactive approach to maintenance that focuses on minimizing the downtime and costs associated with machine breakdowns. As one of the key pillars of the TPM Excellence framework, the goal of Planned Maintenance is to have trouble-free equipment that produce defect-free products.

Planned Maintenance achieves and sustains availability of machines at an optimum maintenance cost, reduces spares inventory, and improves reliability and maintainability of machines.

In this Planned Maintenance PPT training presentation developed by our
JIPM-certified TPM Instructor, you will learn how to plan and organize the Plan Maintenance activities to strengthen the capabilities of your Maintenance department under the TPM framework. It clarifies the roles of the Operations and Maintenance departments in supporting the TPM initiative and 

provides step-by-step guidance on the implementation of the Planned Maintenance pillar.

Note: This training package includes:

  1. Planned Maintenance training presentation (PowerPoint format)

  2. Planned Maintenance Framework poster (PDF format, in color and monochrome, printable in A3 size)

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand what is Planned Maintenance and why it is important in TPM implementation

  2. Acquire knowledge on how to plan and organize Planned Maintenance activities

  3. Describe the seven implementation steps of Planned Maintenance

  4. Gain knowledge on the JIPM TPM Excellence Criteria for Planned Maintenance



1. Introduction to Planned Maintenance

  • The Vicious Cycle Of Poor Equipment Reliability

  • From PM To TPM

  • Productive Maintenance ("Profitable PM")

  • Preventive Maintenance Is Health Management For Machines

  • What Is TPM?

  • TPM Is A Paradigm Shift

  • Planned Maintenance Is One Of The Foundational Pillars Of TPM

  • The 4 Key Pillars That Are Critical For Equipment Reliability

  • Difference Between Reliability & Availability

  • Difference Between Failure & Breakdown

  • TPM - 3 Principles Of Prevention

2. What is Planned Maintenance?

  • What Is Planned Maintenance?

  • The Basic Idea Of Planned Maintenance: Fix It Before It Breaks

  • Dual Focus Of Planned Maintenance

  • Difference Between Planned & Preventive Maintenance

  • Difference Between Autonomous Maintenance & Planned Maintenance

  • Objective Of Planned Maintenance

  • Benefits Of Planned Maintenance

  • Policy Of Planned Maintenance

  • Targets Of Planned Maintenance

  • Planned Maintenance - Two Main Activities

  • Scheduled Maintenance

  • Planned Maintenance Provides A System To Achieve The Natural Life Cycle Of Individual Equipment Elements

3. Planning & Organizing for Planned Maintenance

  • Maintenance Planning

  • Elements Of A General Maintenance Plan

  • TPM Implementation Organization Structure With Planned Maintenance Pillar

  • Maintenance Department Organization  - Example

  • Planned Maintenance Activities

  • Tasks For Planned Maintenance

  • Planned Maintenance Responsibilities

  • Key Roles Of Operations & Maintenance Departments

  • Roles Of The Operations Department

  • Roles Of The Maintenance Department

  • Types Of Maintenance Activities

  • Support For Autonomous Maintenance Steps 1-3

  • Key Points For Applying Visual Control

  • Maintenance & Control

  • Lubrication Standards

  • Collecting & Using Maintenance-related Information

  • MP Design

  • The 4 Phases To Zero Breakdowns

  • Zero Failure Activities

4. The 7 Steps of Planned Maintenance

  • Step 1 - Provide Support & Guidance To Autonomous Maintenance Activities

  • Step 2 - Evaluate Equipment & Understand Current Condition

  • Step 3 - Restore Deterioration & Correct Weaknesses

  • Step 4 - Build An Information Management System

  • Step 5 - Build A Periodic Maintenance System

  • Step 6 - Build A Predictive Maintenance System

  • Step 7 - Evaluate The Planned Maintenance System

5. JIPM TPM Excellence Criteria for Planned Maintenance

  • JIPM TPM Excellence Criteria for Planned Maintenance

  • How To Sustain TPM & Planned Maintenance Activities

  • Critical Success Factors

You may also be interested in the following training presentations and documents (sold separately):

  1. Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

  2. Autonomous Maintenance (Jishu Hozen)

  3. Focused Improvement (Kobetsu Kaizen)

  4. Planned Maintenance

  5. Quality Maintenance (Hinshitsu Hozen)

  6. Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)

  7. TPM Team Guide

  8. TPM Self-Assessment Guide & Tool

  9. TPM Autonomous Maintenance Audit Guide & Checklists

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