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Who should attend
Corporate and plant leaders charged with directing the maintenance organization and implementing a reliable method for improving the maintenance process.
About the course
Moving from a reactive maintenance organization to a proactive maintenance organization requires constant improvement in the way the maintenance process is managed. To reach this goal, you must build a maintenance organization unburdened by firefighting and focused on preventive, scheduled and corrective maintenance activities. For it is only when you have achieved a stable maintenance operation that you can reach your overall improvement goals.
For over thirty years Productivity has been helping companies improve their maintenance operations through the implementation of TPM. Working in concert with the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University, Productivity has combined years of TPM implementation experience with the resources of one of the top business schools in the country to create the Total Productive Maintenance Certification Program.
Over four non-consecutive weeks you will participate in a series of learning modules, then in between the weeks of training you will be required to apply the methods to operations at your own company.
Program Requirements and Information To be considered for this program, you must be affiliated with a manufacturing or service organization actively pursuing process improvement techniques. You should also have a fundamental understanding of TPM and supporting Lean techniques.
Participants who successfully complete the four-week training and mentoring program, pass the certification exam and demonstrate successful implementation of the techniques in their own facility are then certified by Productivity, Inc. and the Fisher College of Business as TPM Managers.
Program participants will:
- Establish and customize an internal TPM Implementation strategy.
- Properly use machine performance data to identify and execute a Tactical Action Plan for success.
- Justify and implement a complete maintenance planning and scheduling process.
- Conduct and lead Autonomous Maintenance Kaizen events.
- Establish a baseline for data collection and understand the use of the metric of OEE.
- Understand the need for and conduct breakdown analysis reviews.
- Organize and control spare parts.
- Use the principles of Early Equipment Management to guide, mentor, and coach project managers, department managers, and team leaders in the use of specific improvement tools and methods.
Peter Ward is Senior Associate Dean at Ohio State University's Max M. Fisher College of Business, located in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Peter is also Professor of Operations Management and holds the Richard M. Ross Chair in Management at Fisher College. Peter participates frequently in executive educa...
Ellis New is a Senior Management Consultant Business Practice Leader with Productivity Inc., a leading international consulting and training firm that specializes in delivering topline growth and bottomline improvement solutions throughout the Global 1000. Mr. New has over 20 years of experience ...
Tracy Owens will join the Department of Integrated Systems Engineering in August 2020 as an Associate Professor of Practice, focusing on integrated lean six sigma. Tracy Owens is a business transformation leader who has driven his employers and client organizations to achieve near-term objective...
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