Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) – OEE Training
- Maintenance Concept and History, Maintenance and Cost Relationship, Waste Analysis in the Maintenance Process
- TPM Concept and History, Traditional Approach and TPM Approach
- Basic Elements of TPM, Implementation Steps of TPM
- Responsibilities of Production and Maintenance Departments, Types of Maintenance
- Failure Tracking Parameters (MTTR (Mean Time To Retrieve), MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure), MTTF (Mean Time To Failure) rates) Definitions and Calculation Methods
- Autonomous Maintenance Steps, Using TPM Error Card
- Case Studies, Images and Case Studies, Single Point Lesson, TPM, and JIT Relation
- OEE Concept and Calculation Method, Continuous Improvement in OEE
- Industry 4.0 in Maintenance, Comparison of Traditional and Smart Care / Advantages of Smart Care
- Setting up an autonomous maintenance system
- OEE calculation, OEE improvement
- To be able to define the maintenance cost relationship, to determine the types of maintenance needed in the system.
- To be able to make the necessary preparations to create autonomous maintenance forms.
- Ability to create autonomous maintenance form and single point lesson form for these points
- Ability to calculate MTTR (Mean Time To Retrieve), MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure), MTTF (Mean Time To Failure) rates.
- Ability to calculate the availability rate, quality rate, and performance rate parameters, which are the breakdowns of OEE.
- Ability to calculate OEE on a business basis, on a machine basis, on an operator basis, on a work order basis, on a shift basis, and determine purposes.
- To be able to make progress towards zero downtime and zero error at workstations, to establish a Lean maintenance management system.
- Learning the concept of Smart Maintenance and its advantages.