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Total Productive Maintenance


This 3-day workshop is a production-driven improvement methodology that is designed to optimize equipment reliability while improving safety,  and ensuring efficient management of plant assets through the use of employee involvement and engineering.

Did you know?  Current equipment condition in the U.S. leads to:

  • Equipment productivity <50%
  • Dollars wasted on maintenance related practices >$180 Billion

Learn how to avoid this at your facility by:

  • Measuring your equipment productivity and improving it by sustainable amounts!
  • Establishing Maintenance Excellence goals/strategies!

We can approach Zero Equipment Stoppages in 4 phases.

  1. Stabilize Failure Intervals
  2. Improve Equipment Productivity
  3. Maintenance Excellence
  4.  Predict Equipment Life

Credit card payments are required for registration.  If this is not possible, please fill out this Offline Registration form.  Class confirmation will not be given until the check is received.


During this interactive session we will:

  • Discuss the 4 phases in detail, and how to get immediate and sustainable results
  • Identify and eliminate the two main causes for 80% of equipment breakdowns
  • Discuss how to clean the air in your facility for very little money
  • How to develop Operator “ownership” of equipment
  • Identify the six major equipment related losses and how to minimize them, by working with several OEE case studies
  • Recognize opportunities to develop Maintenance Excellence in your facility, by working with several Maintenance Mapping case studies
  • Discuss improvements to the Preventive Maintenance on your equipment
  • Utilize the latest “state of the art” predictive maintenance tools with demonstrations of several PDM tools
  • Provide many tools (Maintenance Mapping, OEE, Checklists, etc.) that you can bring back to your facility to immediately impact the productivity of your equipment and your maintenance personnel

In addition, this workshop will cover how you can employ lean tools and use them to become more efficient while increasing safety.  Time will be spent discussing the following topics and how lean and safety can be integrated:

  • Risk assessments
  • Ergonomics
  • Maintenance
  • Cellular Manufacturing

We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.