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In the Selection Phase, potential projects are identified. Nominations can come from various sources, including associates and customers. ..read more
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Another great tool to create short but meaningful communication is Lessons Learnt. It can be used to communicate Safety, Quality or ..read more
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Develop production plant personnel with the highest skills and competency standard that allows us to face the challenges of excellence, ..read more
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Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) is one of the important metrics to improve OEE and reduce length of breakdowns. Ultimate goal is to have zero ..read more
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One of the important tasks of Maintenance crew is quickly return equipment back to production after breakdown happens, so minor won’t ..read more
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Collecting broken or worn machine parts for later analysis will help to understand root cause of failures, as well as can assist with ..read more
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When equipment breaks down it is necessary to find root cause of the problem. Let’s review five main causes. Forced Deterioration ..read more
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Safety, Health, and Environment Total Recordable Frequency Rate Total Recordable Frequency Rate for employees is the sum of all ..read more
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Getting to Level 3 of Total Productive Maintenance will require a LOT OF hard work but it’s doable. Listed below is a 20-Step process how ..read more
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7 steps of PM Step 1. Elimination of forced deterioration and prevention of accelerated deterioration Step 2. Reverse deterioration ( ..read more

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