How to Improve Business Competitiveness through KK Methodology

From Monday 27 August 2018 -  09:00am
To Tuesday 28 August 2018 - 05:00pm
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Implementation of TPM in the true essence would increase financially both the top and the bottom line of any organisation. One of the key essences of TPM is to eliminate the losses that are occurring in the organization there by incurring the bottom line. The losses are of 2 types; first those that are measured like the breakdowns, Quality defects etc and the second like setup and change over, Minor stoppages, lesser resources utilization etc which are generally missed.

Kobetsu Kaizen or the Focused Improvement pillar of TPM addresses both these types of losses with the activities that maximize the overall effectiveness of equipment, process and plant through uncompromising elimination of 16 types of losses and improvement of performance. Focused Improvement activity is a priority in the TPM development programme with activities performed by cross-functional team. These teams identify and design activities to eliminate/ minimize the 16 losses, which are carefully measured and evaluated.

The programme will start at 0900 hrs with registration and ends at 1730 hrs on both the days.The Venue is JTEKT India Ltd, Chennai (Formally known as Sona Koyo Steering Systems Limited).

Kobetsu Kaizen (Focused Improvement) Seminar would cover:

  • Defining and understanding what is a loss
  • Understanding the 16 losses of TPM
  • Structured approach for eliminating/minimizing these losses
  • Methodology for calculating Overall Equipment Efficiency (OEE)
  • Loss Tree & Exercise
  • Cost Tree & Exercise
  • Cost Loss Matrix & Exercise
  • Theme matrix & Exercise
  • Kaizens registration
  • Kaizen execution methodology & Exercise

Target Audience: Manufacturing Heads, Quality Heads, Engineering Heads, Process Heads, Engineers, Senior Managers, and Managers from Manufacturing, Process, Engineering and Quality from the industries, Operators, Supervisors, Pillar Chairman’s and TPM Coordinators.

Faculty: S Venkateswaran, Principal Counsellor TPM Club India, CII IQ.

  • Is trained in hands-on TPM implementation since 1999. Has been a part of TPM implementation in TVS (Brakes India Ltd.) till the Special Award Category as per JIPM norms.
  • Has been trained in the Toyota Production System, with specific focus on Shop Floor manufacturing practices and methodologies.
  • Has hands-on working exposure in the application of Lean Manufacturing Tools.
  • Is a certified (AVS) Associate Value Specialist.
  • Has the experience of working with Japanese and American consultants for extended periods.

Pre-registration and pre-payment is essential for participation. Delegate fee is nonrefundable, however, change in nomination is acceptable. NEFT/ RTGS should be done in advance.

Members / Non-members are requested to kindly depute the concerned officials to attend this very important Workshop. The brochure and nomination form is enclosed herewith for your perusal and to send nominations.

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