Total Productive Maintenance
Total Productive Maintenance Training
Total Productive Maintenance training and programs have been proven to help workers (from plant-floor employees to senior executives) incorporate maintenance into the everyday performance of the facility, detect developing problems earlier, "mistake-proof" equipment and reduce breakdowns.
Exploring Total Productive Maintenance
TPM is an innovative maintenance approach, which optimizes overall equipment effectiveness (OEE). TPM is not a specific maintenance policy but a culture, a philosophy and a new attitude towards overall maintenance and reliability.
The primary features of TPM are the involvement of operators carrying out autonomous maintenance by participating in cleaning, lubrication, housekeeping, minor-repairs, adjustments, etc.
RedVector's Total Productive Maintenance Training Courses
Preview courses from RedVector’s TPM training online. These courses demonstrate the goals, methods and benefits of TPM, including maximizing the effectiveness of production equipment, and reducing breakdowns.
Measuring the Effectiveness of a TPM Program
The main objective of TPM is to increase the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) of plant equipment. So, many organizations use OEE as a measuring parameter for TPM effectiveness.