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The TPM Playbook: A Step-by-Step Guideline for the Lean by Chris A. Ortiz

By Chris A. Ortiz

A companywide method of enhancing the effectiveness and sturdiness of apparatus and machines, overall effective upkeep (TPM) is a serious section of creation line good fortune. the necessity for a step by step directions on the way to in attaining TPM has been jam-packed with the booklet of The TPM Playbook: A step by step instruction for the tilt Practitioner. entire with colour pictures, this new e-book within the LEAN Playbook sequence is perfect for Lean practitioners and facilitators looking a coaching software to be used within the paintings zone whereas advancements are complete. Like a soccer trainer, you should use this playbook for fast connection with express whats had to in achieving powerful TPM implementation. If for a few cause you fail to remember a "play", you could simply reference the playbook. you could stick with web page through web page or pass on to a undeniable subject and use it that can assist you execute a specific "play." The e-book walks you thru the method of making motion goods and timelines to deliver your gear as much as a regular that may be the place to begin for TPM. It describes easy methods to identify the necessities for operators within the newly validated TPM application in addition to find out how to create and use visible TPM forums to speak desktop prestige. This playbook contains precise examples, colour photographs, and 3D types of tangible TPM implementations. furthermore, a mix of brief paragraphs and bulleted issues walks you thru the method of building a entire TPM software. trying to find supplemental details or Lean training from Chris Ortiz? visit www.leanplaybooks.com to obtain ongoing help and recommendation on the right way to use the tilt Playbook sequence for education and implementation.

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Max Qty: This establishes the highest level of inventory you want based on usage. Min Qty: This is the quantity of safety stock to work from while the part is being ordered. Reorder Qty: Once the minimum quantity is reached, this will trigger the need to turn in the Kanban card; this is the quantity that is ordered to refill to the required maximum. 00. Although this is a simple example, if you follow this thought pattern when designing your Kanban system, it could reach a savings of hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars depending on the level of inventory and cost per unit.

If a process inherently has motion, transportation, overprocessing, overproduction, periods of waiting, and defect creation, then that is exactly what the people will do—wasted human potential. My hope is that you will read this playbook and not only be inspired but also be able to roll up your sleeves and begin your TPM journey after the last page is read. Lean Metrics To effectively measure your success with TPM and Lean in general, you need to establish a list of critical shop-floor metrics that can be measured and quantified.

People are only as successful as the process they are given to work in. If a process inherently has motion, transportation, overprocessing, overproduction, periods of waiting, and defect creation, then that is exactly what the people will do—wasted human potential. My hope is that you will read this playbook and not only be inspired but also be able to roll up your sleeves and begin your TPM journey after the last page is read. Lean Metrics To effectively measure your success with TPM and Lean in general, you need to establish a list of critical shop-floor metrics that can be measured and quantified.

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