Manufacturing Excellence through TPM (Newsletter CO3 - 12th May)
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*Manufacturing Excellence through TPM*
*By Mr. Thilak Pushpakumara
**General Manager Productivity Improvement, Loadstar (Pvt) Ltd.**
*Best suited for:
*MD’s, CEO’s, Manufacturing Directors, General Managers ,Managers of all levels in manufacturing and Maintenance departments and Entrepreneurs.
*What is TPM?
*TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) is a unique Japanese System which has been developed from the Preventive or Productive Maintenance (PM) concepts introduced from the USA.
*Why TPM is so popular?**
*Because it guarantees dramatic results, visibly transforms the workplace and raises the level of knowledge and skill in production and maintenance workers. TPM helps to restructure the corporate culture through improvement of available human resources and plant equipment.
*A certificate of participation will be given*
History and Development of TPM in Japan
Definition and Goals of TPM
5 S as a foundation of TPM and its link to PQCDSM
Company-wide 5 S implementation strategy
Eight pillars of TPM and its main activities
Seven steps of Autonomous maintenance
16 Losses and Overall Equipment Effectiveness
Company-wide TPM implementation strategy
The comparison of the features of TPM, TQM and TPS and their role in lean transformation
TPM as a supportive element to TPS
Suggested sequence and the road map to world-class manufacturing
Mr. Thilak Pushpakumara is a JIPM (Japanese Institute of Plant Maintenance) accredited TPM instructor and trained in Japan on TPM, TQM and TPS. He was formerly Plant Manager, Unilever Sri Lanka and presently functions as the General Manager Productivity Improvement at Loadstar (Pvt) Ltd. Mr. Pushpakumara has 17 years hands on experience in manufacturing and has a wealth of experience in cultural and lean transformation journey in highly unionized and non-unionized manufacturing environments.
*29 May 2008 (9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.) Taj Samudra Hotel
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*Total Productive Maintenance Tips*
When you provide training to the general workforce, especially the introductory stuff, take it to them on their own turf. Go to them on their shift and make it as convenient for them as possible. When we always bring them in on off time or have them stay over after working all night it works against our best efforts of building that seamless team required for true lasting Total Productive Maintenance (TPM/TPR) success.
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