Better Equipment Effectiveness with Total Productive Maintenance

What is it?


  • It can be considered as the medical science of machines. A process which incorporates people from factory/ office working together safely, in small organized team, to ensure the most effective working equipments and work environment possible.
  • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is a system or culture that takes advantage of abilities and skills of all individuals in an organization.


Who is it for?


  • All Manufacturing Industries


What will you get?


  • Increase productivity
  • Reduced Manufacturing Cost
  • Reduced Accidents
  • Higher confidence level among the workers
  • clean, neat and attractive work place
  • Share knowledge and experience
  • Employee Confidence
  • Employee Ownership
  • Quality Improvement
  • better and more energy saving
  • Quicker availability of quality spares, materials and other services
  • alleviated downtime and boost overall production
  • rectified customer complaints


  How to Achieve it?


  •  Engage PMG
  •  Diagnostic Assessment of current practices w.r.t. best practices
  •  Form a cross-functional team (CFT)
  •  Data Collection
    8 pillar implementation
  •  Analysis of Data
  •  Brainstorm the strategy
  •  Assess Risks of the strategy
  •  Draw Improvement Action Plans
  •  Capacity Building of people & machines in manufacturing
  •  Audits and upgradation of implementation
  •  Review of performance of TPM Initiative


  Why Choose PMG?


  •  Multi-location presence
  •  Sharing of best practices in the industry
  •  Strategise for effectiveness
  •  On Time completion of assignments
  •  You engage, High end experts at the most economic cost. We charge and deliver results.
  •  Highly engaging training sessions
  •  Practical Implementation
  • Organization gets, in depth learning but just not an understanding
  • Very High level of Customer Satisfaction


  Key Success Factor


  • Top management support
  • Effective communication to all levels of staff
  • Adequate resource allocation
  • Involvement of key equipment people