TPM for Supervisors

TPM for Supervisors
Author : Productivity Press
Publisher : Productivity Press
Total Pages : 96
Release : 1996-10-15
ISBN 10 : 1563271613
ISBN 13 : 9781563271618
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The benefits of advanced manufacturing methods can't be realized until they're practiced consistently and proficiently by your entire workforce. Here's a simple, low-cost way to get everyone on board quickly. This small book presents the basic methodology of TPM and focuses on hands-on activities for shopfloor teams to maximize equipment effectiveness. Feedback from our customers indicates that this book has been used primarily by shopfloor supervisors to lead operator teams in implementing TPM programs. For the most cost effective on-site education, every supervisor and team leader in your operation should read this book. TPM for Supervisors offers an overview of the basic features of TPM as well as the implementation process in an easy-to-follow presentation. It focuses on the important role of supervisors in maximizing equipment effectiveness. For the most cost-effective on-site education, every supervisor in your operation should read this book. It presents the basic methodology of TPM in clear, accessible language and will help supervisors implement TPM improvement activities on the shop floor. It's the best way to ensure a companywide understanding of TPM.


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