Figure 7.23 TPM four-day hands-on workshop programme

Managing Director Manufacturing Director Business Unit Manager x 3 Design Manager Engineering Manager Mechanical Engineer Line Operators/Maintainers x 8


Figure 7.24 Attendees at four-day workshop

• at least 70 per cent of the workshops are focused on carrying out the TPM process on your own 'live' TPM pilot equipment on-site so that delegates can experience the on-the-job reality of putting TPM into practice.

Sales & Marketing Manager Technical Dept Representative Development Manager Client Services Manager Commercial Manager

Finance Manager Reproduction Manager Computer Systems Development Supervisor Design & Improvement Supervisor CAD Designer Technical Dept Supervisor Data & IT Supervisor

Figure 7.25 Attendees at key contact training session

Finally, at Figures 7.26 and 7.27, we show an example of the Steering Group membership and their terms of reference.

Managing Director Manufacturing Director Business Unit Manager

Design Manager Engineering Manager Site Union Convenor

Figure 7.26 TPM Steering Group

All key points of the scoping study process, including the initial programme, are shown in Figure 7.28. This shows a typical site-level bar chart schedule of activities over the first six months of the TPM programme - namely to secure management commitment and to trial and prove the TPM process through the pilot projects, as a key learning experience before launching the roll-out programme.

During the pilot projects, the TPM policy for roll-out will be developed as part of the pillar champions' input into the TPM master plan for future policy deployment through the four milestones. This is detailed in Chapter 8.

7.3 Trial and prove the route (refer again to Figure 7.1)

Following management's acceptance of the scoping study plan, the pilot

Given below are 'Terms of Reference' for the XYZ Company TPM Steering Group.

The Group should comprise no more than six members.

• To provide the Executive with a regular TPM Progress update

• To communicate and co-ordinate the TPM Activity at the XYZ Company

• To establish the level of resource and infrastructure to support the TPM Activity and agree the key success factors

• To set up and monitor the necessary TPM and CAN DO Audit & Review and Measurement Process

• To establish common TPM and CAN DO Training Programmes, Materials, Procedure and Completion Criteria (from Pilots —» Roll Out —» Continuous Improvement)

• To ensure a regular and detailed update of the TPM Pilot Projects and CAN DO Improvement Zone Progress

• To ensure that any roadblocks to Progress are addressed, action agreed and resolved

• To confirm TPM Pilot Meeting dates are set and to ensure that these meetings take place and that equipment is released for any essential planned refurbishment

• To establish the TPM Policy & Procedure for the XYZ Company operations Figure 7.27 Steering Group terms of reference

Schedule of activity to secure management commitment and trial and prove the route

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