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TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE
TPM is a maintenance program which involves a newly defined concept of maintaining plants and equipments. The goal of TPM program is to significantly increases the production, at the same time increasing employee morale and job satisfaction. TPM philosophically resembles TQM in many aspect such as
Requirements of commitment by top level management
Requirement of empowering employees to initiate corrective action Accepting long range plan on any on goin
process. The five S principles used for implementations of TPM.
1. SEIRI – Sort out
2. SEITON –Organize
3. SEISO – Shine workplace
4. SEIKETSU – Standardization
5. SHITSUKE – Self discipline
various pillars of TPM
• 5,S Principle
• jishu hozen(JH)
• planned maintenance
• Quality maintenance.
• office TPM
• Safety, health and environment
Implementation of TPM:
The main objectives of TPM are
to achieve zero defects
achieve zero accidents and zero break downs in all functional areas of an organization
to create different team of people to have active participation. To aim at minimization of defects and
To inculcate autonomous policy.
Basically there are two types of maintenance tasks they are
Breakdown maintenance Planned maintenance
Planned maintenance may further be classified into
Preventive maintenance Corrective maintenance Predictive maintenance
Condition based maintenance Reliability centered maintenance
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