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Introduction:
Break downs are very frequent & maintenance engineers are overloaded attending break downs. Your customers suffer on deliveries & Sales Department is complaining that some prestigious orders are lost to competitors due to delivery failures. Manufacturing head has a difficult time in monthly meetings to explain delivery failures. Top management is critical about the efficiency of the maintenance department. Maintenance Engineers are demoralized due to criticism by everyone in spite of extra hours spent in the factory.

There is a three letter solution to reverse this panic situation – TPM which stands for Total Productive Maintenance. Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) which started as Planned Maintenance in 1951 was evolved through Corrective Maintenance; Maintenance Prevention & Life Cycle Costing studies till finally it became imperative for JIT Production System at Toyota. The main objective was Zero Breakdowns, Zero Defects, Zero Accidents & Zero Waste. Although focussed initially to attack Six BIG Losses in Production, related to Equipment Failures, in present form it is capable of addressing Sixteen Losses associated with Business to take care of the company as a whole.

A structured approach based on 8 pillars:
Focused Improvement
Planned maintenance
Autonomous maintenance
Early Management of New Equipment
Quality maintenance
TPM in administrative and support departments
Education and training
Safety, Health and environment

Considering their unquestionable utility, new Automotive standard IAFT 16949:2016 Section 8.5.1.5, Total Productive Maintenance, shall include documented maintenance objectives, for example: OEE, MTBF, MTTR, and Preventive Maintenance compliance metrics (includes the need of plan & actions) which strengthen the requirement for equipment maintenance and overall proactive management of the Total Productive Maintenance (TPM). Also it implies at least the inclusions like Planned Maintenance activities & use of Predictive Maintenance methods to continually improve effectiveness & efficiency of the production equipment.

The program is designed considering the following objectives:
Clarify concepts of TPM pillars
Implementation guidelines for TPM
Role definitions under TPM
Specific role of Training under TPM

The benefits of proper implementation of TPM include:
Safe work environments
Job security For All
Improved Quality
Increased Productivity
Improved Skills
Improved Uptime
Increased Capacity
Improved Profit

Contents:
What is TPM
TPM History
TPM Evolution
TPM Targets
Motives of TPM
Goals of TPM
Uniqueness of TPM
Understand business challenges
Direct Benefits of TPM
Indirect Benefits of TPM
What is OEE & how to calculate OEE & what are the six big losses.
Steps in Introduction of TPM in a organization
Simplified Roadmap of TPM implementation.
8 Pillars of TPM

Who should attend?
Persons from Production, Continuous Improvement Managers, Maintenance Managers, Supervisors, Associates (Operators) or any anyone responsible for building and maintaining a continuous improvement program and culture in their organization.

IITD Sr. Expert Faculty:
Highly experienced faculty from Indian Institute of Training & Development will conduct this training. The training sessions will provide participants an opportunity to discuss specific problems with the expert faculty.

Medium: English/ Hindi/ Marathi

Fees and Registration:
Rs. 3,000 + GST 18% per person.
Rs. 2,800 + GST 18% per person for a group of Three to Four participants.
Rs. 2,600 + GST 18% per person for a group of Five or more participants.
Kindly provide details for registration to Email: iitdpune@gmail.com & rajiv@iitdworld.com; Name of the Program, name of the participants, company name, GST no., contact details.

Certification:
Digital Certificate of Participation will be provided to all the participants.