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TPM emphasises proactive preventative maintenance to maximise the operational efficiency of equipment. It blurs the distinction between the roles of production and maintenance by placing a strong emphasis on empowering operators to help maintain their equipment.
The purpose of TPM
The overall goal of TPM is to improve overall equipment efficiency, reduce costs, and increase customer satisfaction by ensuring high-quality and reliable products are produced efficiently.
Pillars of TPM
The eight pillars of TPM are focused on improving equipment reliability and maintenance efficiency. These pillars include autonomous maintenance, planned maintenance, quality maintenance, focused improvement, early management, training and education, safety, and environmental management. By implementing these pillars, organisations can achieve higher productivity, better equipment performance, and increased customer satisfaction.