Workshop on Strategic Process for Operators Involvement in Improvement Process Deployment of Jishu Hozen

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Thursday 21 September 2017, 09:00am
To Friday 22 September 2017
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Autonomous Maintenance is the most important pillar in TPM Journey and it is a team-based approach to maintenance activities and part of a total productive maintenance. The aim of Jishu Hozen is to develop and empower equipment operators to prevent breakdowns, minor stops quality defects and accidents autonomously.

The role of operator working on the equipment is most important to practice JH. Responding to the need of building skills in this area, a workshop has been designed for Managers with a combination of classroom and On-Job-Practice in the first, second and third steps of Jishu Hozen on equipment. The workshop will be conducted at Bangalore.

The following are the topics that will be covered during this workshop:

  • What is Jishu Hozen?
  • Why should one practice Jishu Hozen?
  • What are the abnormalities in equipment?
  • What are counter measures?
  • What are the steps for implementation
  • Correct understanding of the formats in each step
  • Mapping technique
  • Role of Maintenance personnel in support to JH
  • Audit system after completing each step
  • Practicing: attaching & removing tags
  • How to implement counter measures?
  • One Point Lesson (OPL) for operators
  • The guideline for JH activity boards and JH meeting.

The Benefits:

  • This seminar would cover in detail about first 3 Steps of Autonomous Maintenance and a brief understanding of the requirements of step 4&5.
  • The participants are expected to gain knowledge which when implemented in their companies, will lead to better machine utilization i.e., reduction of breakdowns and reduction of defects due to the forced deterioration of the machine along with development of operators who are equipment competent or quasi maintenance person. This leads to the reduced dependency of the maintenance personnel for smaller level of maintenance activities.
  • While operators are equipped to take care of the basic conditions of the machine, maintenance personnel can now concentrate on the higher level of maintenance activities such as TBM, CBM etc.
  • This workshop leads the participants through the steps in understanding, why autonomous maintenance is a powerful shop floor tool for keeping machines running longer, faster, and more efficiently and become part of the maintenance team to increase productivity

Above all, when the operator started owning the activities, the sustenance of the achieved results becomes easier.

Target Audience:

Persons from Production, Continuous Improvement Managers, Maintenance Managers, Supervisors, Associates (Operators) or any anyone responsible for building and maintaining a continuous improvement program and culture in their organization

As a policy, competitors to the host company would not be entertained for this workshop.

DELEGATE FEE:

Category Fee per participant Service tax @ 18% Total fee payable
CII Members / TPM Club Members Rs. 10,000/- Rs. 1,800/- Rs. 11,800/-
Non-Member Rs. 11,000/- Rs. 1,980/- Rs. 12,980/-
SSI Member Rs. 9,000/- Rs. 1,620/- Rs. 10,620/-

 3 or more delegates from a single company would be entitled for 10% discount on the total fee payable.
Members / Non-members are requested to kindly depute the concerned officials to attend this very important seminar and confirm their nomination through the enclosed REGISTRATION FORM.

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