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TPM Training for Workers


Piyush 2010-07-17


CIRCULAR # 061/ GEN                                                                          Dated: 16th July 2010

 

DECCAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INDUSTRIES & AGRICULTURE PUNE

In ASSOCIATION WITH VEDZEN INSTITUTE, PUNE

Announce

 

Half Day Workshop

 

On

 

“Total Productive Maintenance”

 

On

 

27th July 2010

 

At

 

Milton Plastics Ltd

 

Plot no 28/29, Shikrapur,

Pune-Nagar Road

Pune-412208

 

From

 

10:00 am to 02:00 pm

 

Course content

TPM
It is a set of techniques originally pioneered by Mr. DENSO in the Toyota Group in Japan. TPM is to “Optimize the effectiveness of manufacturing equipment and tooling”

TPM is based on eight Pillars
1. Focused Equipment & Process Improvement: Measurement of equipment- or process-related losses & specify improvement activities to reduce the losses.
2. Autonomous Maintenance: Operator involvement in regular cleaning, inspection, lubrication & learning about equipment to maintain basis conditions & spot early signs of trouble.
3. Planned Maintenance: A combination of preventive, predictive & proactive maintenance to avoid losses & planned responses to fix breakdowns quickly.
4. Quality Maintenance: Activities to manage product quality by maintaining optimal operating conditions.
5. Early Equipment Management: Methods to shorten the lead time for getting new equipment online & making defect-free products.
6. Safety: Safety training; integration of safety checks, visual controls & mistake-proofing devices in daily work.
7. Equipment investment & maintenance prevention design: Purchase & design decisions informed by costs of operation & maintenance during the machine’s entire life cycle.
Training & skill building: A planned program for developing employee skills & knowledge to support TPM implementation.

Each and every pillar of the TPM is suitably considered to provide utmost stability and strength to the objective and principle of TPM. Each pillar shall prove to be a mile stone if meticulously understood and applied during entire life span of equipment.

The TPM can be adopted at any juncture of equipment life and puts no limitations on usage but instead will support increasing the life span and improve output quality.
The eight Pillars may be termed as vital organs to keep system (TPM) operating at its best to ensure that every machine in a production process is always available to perform desired task with optimum qualitative efficiency.

TPM focus on equipment and process improvement through qualitative autonomous and planned maintenance by imparting necessary and appropriate training and skill to the operator with entire team who have ownership of the machine. Early equipment management is vital and important along with involvement of equipment investment and maintenance prevention design.

TPM is a wholesome system guarantees Maximum equipment effectiveness and availability, if all the eight pillars (Principles) of the system are practiced in totality following

Six Big Losses will be avoided:

·        Breakdowns / failures
·        Setups / changeovers
·        Minor stoppages
·        Reduced speed
·        Defects / rework
·        Startup / yield loss

Program Schedule

Time Program  
1000 – 1030 Introduction of Faculty, Participants and Topic  
1000 – 1130 Session 1 TPM History & Tools
1130 – 1145 Break  
1145 – 1315 Session 2 TPM Applications – AM
1315 – 1400 Lunch  

Faculty Profile:

Name: Mr. Vishwas A. Fadtare

He is a senior member of the Vedzen Team. He has contributing immensely for sustenance of the developments in Milton Plastics ltd. He is still efficient TPM Pillar head for MPL leading all the TPM activities in Milton. He has led the TPM drive for Milton Plastics for a decade. His expertise has helped Milton to acquire get the most coveted and prestigious, first global award, “Kaizen Practicing Company” from Kaizen Institute, Japan. He has been a strong driver of change at the Gemba in Milton Plastics Ltd. His interest in Kaizen practices has made him into a devoted hands-on practitioner of the Kaizen philosophy in organizations of huge repute.

Date:               27th July 2010

Time:              10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Venue:            Milton Plastics Limited

Plot no 28/29, Shikrapur,

Pune-Nagar Road Pune-412208

PARTICIPATION FEES

: Rs. 750/- For Single Participation

: Rs. 650/- Per Head for Two Participant

: Rs. 550/- Per Head for Three and More Participant

For Details and Registration, please contact:

SANAT – 9822985728/ SSS@VEDZEN.COM

or

Mr. Moses P Gaikwad

Sr. Administrative Officer

Chief Course Co-coordinator

Deccan Chamber of Commerce Industries & Agriculture Pune, 305,Gulmohar Center Point, Near Viman Nagar Junction, Nagar Road, Pune: 411 014 Tel: +91 020 6524 6798 Tel/Fax: +91 020 6602 9325 Mobile no. : 9766872079, 8149094129

E-mail:dcciapune.moses@gmail.com, Website: www.dcciapune.org

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