Sustaining TPM: 4 Steps for Success

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Sustaining TPM: 4 Steps for Success


Change is inevitable, just like death and taxes :). Accepting this is the first step to successfully managing and sustaining change.

Successfully managing and sustaining Total Productive Maintenance / Total Process Reliability implementation in a manufacturing environment is difficult, but there are proven steps that will guide your journey and, if followed, will support your success.  In this asset maintenance management video blog series, Greg Folts discusses four key steps necessary for managing a successful TPM implementation.

The steps are:

  1. Gain consensus on strengths and weaknesses
  2. Build a case for change
  3. Develop internal expertise
  4. Develop a strategy

Greg will go into more depth on each of these steps. Watching this series will support your TPM implementation effort or any other change initiative at your facility.


Greg Folts

Tom Furnival

Business Development Manager

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Quite an interesting perspective of the process of Total Productive Maintenance. 
We have a very similar video on Preventive Maintenance. Check it out!
Posted @ Thursday, January 05, 2012 9:19 AM by Building Engiens
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