• Show a perspective of the Maintenance process under the culture of “Lean Maintenance”, contained in the “Toyota Production System”.
• Teach the basic concepts for development of the TPM process.
• Understanding the important role that a detailed analysis of failure and its possible consequences plays.
• Provide a useful tool for decision making in the field of industrial maintenance.
• Know how to apply the set of techniques and tools for the maintenance process.
• To be able to establish a system of indicators and perform the analysis, follow up and control of those indicators.
1. Maintenance as a key factor for competitivity.
2. Objectives of Maintenance.
3. The role of Maintenance in the company’s economy.
4. The Toyota Production System. “TPS”.
5. “Lean Maintenance”. The 71 squanders applied to Maintenance.
6. The “TPM”: Total Productive Maintenance.
• Organization of TPM
• Corrective Maintenance
• Preventive Maintenance
• Predictive Maintenance
• Autonomous Maintenance
• Benefits of TPM
7. Indicators. Characteristics of Indicators.
• TPM Productivity Indicators: Global Efficiency of Equipment (OEE), Availability, Performance, Quality.
• TPM Maintenance Indicators: MTBF, MTTR, Number of repairs, Maintenance Costs for Invoicing.
• Fixing goals. Characteristics of goals.
8. Basic tools for analysis:
• Data compiling
• Prioritizing. Pareto Principle and chart.
• Cause – Effect Analysis: Ishikawa chart, Brainstorming and technique of why – why.
9. Improvement equipment. Constant Improvement. Deming cycle. PDCA.
Directors, Head officers, People in charge, Leaders, those Responsible for all functional areas of the Company and, specifically, from the Maintenance Department.