Pm

37%

42%

29%

35%

The lower the score the better

The lower the score the better

Figure 7.15 People's perceptions and feelings

Figure 7.18 Line study OEE calculations
Figure 7.19 Downtime analysis: 1 January - 31 May

Figure 7.20 Scrap analysis

Figures 7.21 and 7.22 show how the pilot project will be organized over four shifts to tackle this production line using the nine-step TPM process over sixteen weeks as a pilot project.

The key point to stress is the commitment of time for each shift over sixteen weeks dedicated to the TPM process - equivalent to 10 per cent of attendance time to the process as a key learning experience.

It is a fact of life that you will not make sustainable improvements in anything you do unless you dedicate improvement time to the activity: it cannot be done 'on the run'. If management will not commit to this reality, then you should seriously consider not starting the TPM process, as it is likely to fail.

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