Activities and components of a Productive Maintenance program are explored. This
course shows how to maintain manufacturing systems in relation to scheduling, production,
process control, and delivery constraints; 2-Day Seminar.
Who Should Attend
Facilities, Maintenance, Production, and Engineering Managers responsible for designing,
purchasing, maintaining, and improving the facilities and processes at the core
of the manufacturing business.
General knowledge of maintenance and facility management and of team building and
active participation in manufacturing activities.
Seminar manual and Best-in-Class Level I template to apply to the participant's
company; includes ten procedure process flow diagrams.
Overview of the documentation and disciplines necessary to fully participate and
succeed in preventive maintenance activities.
- Overview and History
- Assessment of where you are and where you need to be
- How to get started
- When and how to get the pieces together for a Productive System
- Teams and Maintenance
- Working with Purchasing, Production, Engineering, and Scheduling
- When will it be done?
- What is Continuous Improvement?
Course Sequence: TPM