Step Two: Physical Analysis of Failure Phenomena, Principles of Analysis11
The Third Step: The Conditions Established By the Failure Phenomenon11
Step 4: Perspectives of the Cause of the Malfunction12
Step 5: Determine the Main Reason12
Step 6: The Proposed Improvement Program12
TPM Assessment (Coursework)
Introduction Inception of TPM
TPM originated from Total Quality Management (TQM). TQM is a result of Dr. W. Edward Deming direct impact on the Japanese industry. The state of the art equipment management system is one of the most powerful support tool for manufacturing production system, to ensure the scheduled execution of the production plan, and when in response to customer demand, at the same time be able to effectively reduce the cost of manufacturing, such as the cost of inventory backlog repair and maintenance costs and other administrative costs (like, time and labour) and can effectively reduce the probability of defective products, from the past that the maintenance management to enhance production costs for the enterprise in one of the key projects of disorders competitiveness, and ultimately improve the enterprise's economic value added level. TPM activities through full participation and team work to create and maintain excellent equipment management system; improve the operation rate (utilization), to enhance the security and quality, thereby improving the overall operational efficiency of the production system (Willmott & Mccarthy, 2001, pp.56-90).
Theoretically, TPM is a maintenance program. TQM (Total Quality Management) have the following similarities:
The requirements of the company, including senior management, including all personnel into the TPM;
Requires the authorized company employees can self correct operation;
Requires a longer operating life, this is because the TPM itself a process of development, implement TPM need about a year or even more time, but the company also takes time staff from the ideological shift.
TPM maintenance will become essential to the enterprise and a vital part of the maintenance downtime has become an indispensable workday schedule maintenance is no longer an effective job. In some cases the maintenance as part of the entire manufacturing process, rather than simply in the pipeline failure, its purpose is to minimize the emergency and unplanned maintenance.
TPM in the Company
The tobacco industry in 2012, Total Productive Maintenance system application training courses organized in the National Tobacco Corporation employees and Continuing Education, from the person in charge of the industrial companies of the industry equipment management department, cigarette factory, re drying factory plant manager responsible for the management of equipment a total of 36 people took part in a four day training. The company that took place was Marlboro, Dunhill, Benson and Hedges and other famous tobacco brands took place in the maintenance system application training courses.
The training includes device management requirements (device management requirements, the status of domestic manufacturing equipment and on site management and confusion, the course of ...