Is your company Productive? Is your Capital Equipment helping or hurting you?
Did you know?
Your company’s 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.
Capital equipment is very expensive, and you want to maximize your investment for as long as you can, through effective maintenance and continuous improvement.
TPM allows companies to maximize their manufacturing productivity, stabilize their processes, reduce product defects and create higher profits.
“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 interactive online presentation will familiarize attendees with a LEAN system for managing capital equipment called Total Productive Maintenance (TPM).
Learn how to get a TPM program started in your company.
Topics covered will include keys to success, overall equipment effectiveness, 12 steps for a TPM implementation and the importance of management involvement.
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 Managers.