TPM: Total Productive Maintenance Breakfast

  • January 16, 2020
    8:00 am - 9:30 am

Is your company Productive?  Is your Capital Equipment helping or hurting you?

Did you know?

  • Your companies’ profit is derived largely from your manufacturing productivity.
  • Your Productivity is measured in low product cycle times and increasing throughput of your existing manufacturing line.
  • You can only achieve the full capacity of your equipment with low product cycle times if your equipment is highly reliable.


  • Today’s manufacturing processes are increasingly more complex and dependent on equipment.
  • Higher skills are required for both your operators and maintenance personnel.
  • Your capital equipment is very expensive, and you want to maximize your investment for as long as you can, through effective maintenance and continuous improvement.
  • “If > 40% of the work that your maintenance personnel do is repair, then you are in the Repair Business not the Maintenance Business! “

What to expect

  • This presentation will familiarize the attendees with a LEAN system for managing capital equipment called Total Productive Maintenance (TPM).
  • This overview will help participants understand how to get a TPM program started in your company.
  • Topics covered will be “Keys to Success”, “The 5 phases of TPM”, “OEE, Overall Equipment Effectiveness”, the importance of “Autonomous Maintenance”, “12 steps for a TPM Implementation” and the importance of Management involvement.
  • TPM allows companies to maximize their manufacturing productivity, stabilize their processes, reduce product defects and create high profits.


Who Should Attend?

  • CEOs and Company owners, Operations Management and Supervisors, Engineering Management and Engineers, Maintenance Management and Supervisors, Facilities Management and Supervisors, and Human Resource Manager.


Venue Phone: (401) 270-8896

315 Iron Horse Way, Providence, Rhode Island, 02908, United States