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TPM Team Guide

How to Successfully Kick-start & Sustain TPM Team Activities

​Description

Many companies have launched the TPM initiative as a means to achieve world-class manufacturing excellence. However, many teams often encounter difficulties in kick-starting and sustaining TPM activities because of the lack of proper guidance, practical know-how and adequate management support. How do you organize TPM teams? How do you run the activities to achieve the TPM objectives? What are the necessary skills, motivation and environment that have to be created to ensure a thriving TPM culture?  



This PowerPoint training guide, developed by our JIPM-certified TPM consultant, teaches supervisors, workgroup leaders and operators how to develop the team-based skills required for effective and sustainable TPM implementation.  

 

 

Learning Objectives​



  1. Understand the concept and management philosophy of TPM and team activities

  2. Acquire practical tips for managing TPM

  3. Learn how to kick start, manage and sustain TPM team activities

  4. Acquire knowledge on the useful tools for TPM team activities

 

Contents​

 

1. TPM & Team Activities

  • What is TPM?

  • Definition of TPM

  • TPM & Team Objectives

  • Overlapping Teams

  • Team Team Activities Complement Quality & Process Improvement Teams

2. Practical Tips for Managing TPM

  • Set Up a Promotion Office

  • Key Role of Managers & Supervisors

  • Forming a Team

  • Choosing Team Leaders

  • Three Leading players

  • Point Person Makes Things Happen

  • Team Leader is the Center of Team Activities

  • Project Leader & Team Members

  • Operators Play a Critical Role

  • How to Hold Meetings

  • 5W & 1H of Improvement

3. Managing TPM Team Activities

  • Identifying Problems

  • Choosing a Project Topic

  • Setting Targets

  • Making Plans

  • Conducting Team Activities

  • Considering the Options

  • Taking Action

  • Confirming Results

4. Keeping TPM Team Activities Alive

  • Create the Right Environment

  • Managers Must Play an Active Role

  • Improve the Work Environment

  • Strengthen the Leadership

5. Tools for TPM Team Activities

  • Stratification

  • Check Sheet 

  • Control Chart

  • Run Chart 

  • Pareto Chart

  • Cause & Effect Diagram

  • Histogram

  • Scatter Diagram

  • Brainstorming

  • Affinity Diagram

6. Questions for Discussion

  • 10 Questions for Discussion

 

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

  1. Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

  2. Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) 

  3. Autonomous Maintenance

  4. TPM Self-Assessment Guide & Tool

  5. TPM Autonomous Maintenance Audit Guide & Checklists



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