Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

Productivity techniques and tools

Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

Productivity techniques and tools

How to improve the efficiency and profitability of the company's facilities and machinery through the use of TPM techniques. This will help reduce maintenance costs, increase production equipment availability and efficiency, and improve staff motivation by involving them in planned and preventive maintenance during non-production periods.

TPM, for various reasons, is currently a popular topic. Its implementation brings about more efficient equipment, leading to fewer breakdowns, defects, and downtime, all while ensuring the production system's quality and effectiveness.

However, although acknowledging the significance of implementing loss prevention techniques in a systematic manner, the crucial factor in maintaining consistency and promoting ongoing enhancement relies on engaging the personnel directly involved.

The objective of the Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) course is:

To increase awareness of TPM philosophies and techniques to drive systematic change in workshops, specifically related to the maintenance-production relationship.

Thorough implementation of TPM, the following objectives can be achieved:

  • Reducing maintenance costs,
  • Improving the efficiency of the production team, and
  • Increasing staff

This course is aimed at:

  • Industrial and Plant Managers.
  • Production, Engineering and Maintenance Managers.
  • Methods and Time Technicians.
  • Workshop managers.

 

Duration: 12 hours

Course taught by:

Albert Calvo
Albert Calvo
Technical Director at ITEMSA

More than 25 years leading and participating in consultancy projects and trainings.

David Calvo
David Calvo
General Manager at ITEMSA and CEO at APPRODUCTIVITY4.0

More than 30 years leading and participating in consultancy projects, trainings and development of computer applications (APPRODUCTIVITY 4.0).

Julián Caballero
Julián Caballero
Project Director at ITEMSA

More than 20 years leading and participating in consultancy projects and trainings.

 Rafael Padilla
Rafael Padilla
Project Director at ITEMSA

More than 20 years leading and participating in consultancy projects and trainings.

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