Posted by: timtraining | April 28, 2011

Total Productive Maintenance May 3-6, 2011 at Bandung

BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES

Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) can drastically improve maintenance strategy and efficiency achieved by industries. TPM can properly optimize the synergy between operators and plant equipment. Furthermore, TPM can also give contribution to the environmental conservation and work comfort ability. Many industries in United State of America and Japan have proven how well-implemented TPM in their industries, have given high cost saving, long lasting continuous operation, and health & safety program improvement.

This course will present the philosophy of TPM, including on how to implement that program in the company. It is expected that the participants can absorb comprehensive a lesson-learned regarding TPM, and implement the TPM concept and knowledge in their working environment to improve maintenance management, productivity leading to maximum plant availability with good safety records.

CRUSIAL BENEFITS

Participants are expected to enable to:

Understand principles of TPM

Understand proper philosophy of TPM program

Understand implementation strategy of TPM

Fully understand how to implement TPM program in the company

COURSE CONTENT

1. TPM in Process Industry

  • History, development and definition of TPM
  • Special aspect in process industry
  • Management in process industry
  • Basic activity of TPM development

2. Maximizing Production Effectiveness

  • Production effectiveness in the industry
  • Overall plant effectiveness
  • Maximizing effectiveness of production input
  • Continuous improvement

3. Directive Correction

  • What is directive correction
  • Lost and six major results
  • Directive correction in practice
  • Steps in directive correction
  • Technical analysis for correction
  • P-M analysis (phenomenon-mechanism)
  • Malfunction reduction program
  • Failure reduction program
  • Process simplification program

4. Autonomous Maintenance

  • Autonomous maintenance development program
  • Un-separated Operation and Maintenance
  • Classification and allocation of maintenance activity
  • Definition of equipment base line condition
  • Implementation steps of autonomous maintenance
  • Preparation for main plan of autonomous maintenance
  • Autonomous maintenance audit

5. Planned Maintenance

  • Equipment management in process industry
  • Planned-maintenance in process industry
  • Planned-maintenance system
  • Improvement of maintenance effectiveness
  • Planned-maintenance implementation steps

6. Initial Management

  • Requirement of initial management
  • Equipment life cost
  • Design of MP (maintenance prevention)
  • Initial Management system
  • Equipment initial management practice
  • Control in commissioning
  • Utilization of product design technology and MP design data

7. Qualified of Maintenance

  • Qualified maintenance in process industry
  • Qualified maintenance in TPM
  • Initial condition of maintenance successfulness
  • Basic element maintenance quality
  • Qualified maintenance implementation
  • Who should use qualified maintenance
  • Quality improvement through initial management

8. Skill Training of Operation and Maintenance

  • Couching and training in TPM
  • Six steps to improve maintenance and operation ability

9. TPM at Administration and Support Section

  • Requirement of TPM at administration and support section
  • TPM implementation at administration and support section
  • TPM promotion at administration and support section
  • Job function improvement
  • Directive improvement
  • Administration of autonomous maintenance

10. Safe and Environmental Friendly System

  • TPM and management of safety and environmental
  • No accident and pollution
  • Strategic key to zero accident and pollution
  • Steps to zero accident and pollution
  • Sample of audit
  • Specific strategy to zero accident and pollution

11. Small Group Activity in TPM

  • TPM small group activity characteristic
  • Function and operation of TPM small group
  • Role of small group at each level

12. TPM Effectiveness Measurement

  • Philosophy to define objective
  • Measure TPM effectiveness
  • Type of indicator
  • TPM Evaluation
  • Benefit Measure of TPM

 

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE

Maintenance Manager/ Superintendent/ Engineer/ Supervisor/ Planner

Production Manager/ Superintendent/ Engineer/ Supervisor

Plant Manager/ Superintendent/ Engineer/ Supervisor

Everybody who wants to add knowledge and interest in the above subject

Course Leader:

This specially designed course will be conducted by DR. IR. Tri YuswijayantoZaenuri is an expert in Combustion Engine, Propulsion System and Fluidal Mechanic, who has a career in this engineering field for more than 15 years. He graduated from mechanical engineering, InstitutTeknologi Bandung in 1987 and continued his study in TechnischeUniversitaetClausthal, Clausthal-Zellerfeld , Germany until he got the “DoktorIngenier” (Dr.Ing) title in Tribology and Kinematics (Reibungstechnik und Maschinenkinetik) on 2000. He is the Head of Combustion Engine and Propulsion System Laboratory in InstitutTeknologi Bandung. He is active in projects that arranged by the cooperation with educational institutions, government and private company.

General Information

 

Facilities

ü  Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy)

ü  Quality training kits included calculator, T-shirt or jacket, cap, ect.

ü  Convenient training facilities with four star quality

ü  Morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch for along the training

ü  Certificate of Completion

ü  Exclusive flash disk.

 

Tuition Fee &Registration  Deadline

IDR 8.250.000,-/ Person, (excluded tax 10% and accommodation)

Registration and Payment deadline a weeks before training held.

For further information and registration please contact:

Mohammad Ramli     +62 852 17900 824/ timtraining.info@bogor.net


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