Join us VIRTUALLY to learn how to ensure Equipment Reliability
– a core requirement to enable the Toyota Production System
Implementing lean principles on unreliable process equipment is, in many cases, futile. Equipment downtime, scrap, and lost production are costly in many ways.
Providing unreliable machines is disrespectful to the operators.
ensures a targeted approach to improve equipment performance while balancing cost benefit
assures Safe equipment capable of producing good Quality at a rate to meet customer demand
demonstrates Respect for People and impacts engagement
involves all the stakeholders — from executive leadership, to skilled maintenance, process operators, equipment and process engineers…
The goal of TPM is to assure machine & process reliability
Facilitator — Learn from the Best
Former Toyota Leader who has lived it!
John Raymer began his 28-year Toyota career on-line in skilled trades at Toyoto in Georgetown, KY, and advanced into managerial and executive roles in Engineering/Skilled Trades/Tool & Die, Manufacturing Production, New Model/Plant Introduction and Environmental. He joined the True Lean’ team in 2020.
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We all have a role to assure Reliability
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