Total Productive Maintenance. TPM aims to reduce loss due to equipment-related wastes like constant adjustments and machine breakdowns. TPM allows the worker to not only run the machine or equipment but to proactively maintain it. Cooperation among the operators and maintenance personnel is critical to fully achieving implementation of TPM and attaining the four zeros: zero defects, zero downtime, zero accidents and zero waste.
ISO9001 Lessons Learned & Best Practices
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