Keeping TPM active in your organization (Quick Tip)


Don’t let Total Productive Maintenance become a “flavor of the month”. Communication is key to keeping Total Productive Maintenance active in your organization. Consider promoting it using signs, banners, t-shirts, communication boards, pens, note pads, post-it notes etc. Get creative because you are now a part time marketer as well as a full-time Total Productive Maintenance champion. 

Bonus TPM Tip
Incorporate TPM cleaning and lubrication standards into your document control processes. This will ensure that you are in compliance with FAA, FDA, ISO, etc., guidelines as well as helping TPM become ingrained in your organization’s culture.

What are some of the ways you keep Total Productive Maintenance active in your organization?

Please share any methods that have helped you succeed in the comments box below.



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