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Champion responsibility: OEE = Overall equipment effectiveness. OAC = Operator asset care. MAC = Maintainer asset care. SD = Skill development. EEM = Early equipment management, LOG - Logistics

Figure 3.3 Pillar champion loss deployment target and activities and 3.4). They are the custodians of the various TPM tools and techniques and through them the priorities and expectations of shopfloor teams are coordinated.

Figure 3.4 Top-down loss model development and deployment

Proactive management

Experience shows that the implementation of the loss model benefits from accurate data, the use of qualitative information, reinforced by data capture, is a powerful development tool for management in its journey from reactive to proactive management.

Linked to the results of the TPM audit/coaching process, each reiteration hones management's ability to pull through improvements rather than push down initiatives, making it an invaluable and integral part of the TPM methodology.

Typical cost/benefit profile

The cost/benefit profile in Figure 3.5 depicts the impact of introducing TPM into an organization and the effect this has on the OEE and, in turn, the overall maintenance budget.

The initial bow wave is the effect on the budget of the initial training, restoration/refurbishment and the time impact. Experience shows, however, that a 1 per cent improvement in the OEE is equivalent to between 5 per cent and 20 per cent of the annual maintenance budget.

So instead of simply attacking the tip of the iceberg, TPM flushes the 'hidden losses' to the surface for step-by-step elimination (Figure 1.3).

85% OEE

85% OEE

Initial

'Bow-wave' effect

- Training

- Restoration

- Time premiums

Direct cost of maintenance

1 yr

Initial

'Bow-wave' effect

- Training

- Restoration

- Time premiums

Direct cost of maintenance

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