AIMED AT: Internal Auditors of the organization and Middle Management.
PURPOSE AND METHODOLOGY COURSE:
This course has been designed to communicate understandably professionals from different sectors of industry on the importance of Maintenance Management within the strategic environment of the organization. the different techniques and activities most widely applied in industries and processing products, such as maintenance or corrective fault, planned and predictive techniques with their typical maintenance is. Prior to these methodologies maintenance work philosophy Total Quality System (Model Quality Excellence) is shown in its approach to TPM or Total Productive Maintenance.
EXECUTION DATE: To be determined.
DURATION: 12 hours over two sessions.
1st session: 09:00 to 14:00 and 15:00 to 18:00
2nd session: 09:00 to 13:00
LOCATION: Facilities SPG
Eduard Martínez i Pedrosa
Industrial Engineer. Chief Auditor IRCA and ARAS.
Auditor automotive ISO / TS16949 and OHSAS 18001
Auditor and Quality Engineer by ASQ (American Society for Quality). Consultant and trainer. Superior Technical Risk Prevention.
PRICE FOR WIZARD:
Starting price: 360,00 €.
price: 190,00 €
(Prices include documentation student).
[.SPG handles the management of the grant to the Tripartite Foundation (FTFE, former FORCEM) free of charge].
TOPIC I. Total Quality System
Market Situation Current
The Industrial Revolution
Evolution of Production Systems
Taylorism / Globalization
Scheme Operating System Total Quality System Basic framework
People Quality / Quality Departments
ratio internal customer-supplier
Example : customer-supplier relationship internal
Product and Service Quality / Customer Satisfaction
TOPIC II. Total Productive Maintenance – TPM
Total Productive Maintenance
TPM and Total Quality System
Dr. Deming and TPM / TPM Implementation
Results of TPM
Cost of poor quality
Continuous Improvement – Concept
Types of Improvement Business
8D Method – 8 Disciplines
Groups Quality Improvement
Plan Quality Improvement
Circle of Deming – PDCA
Maintenance and Continuous Improvement
Participative Systems – Continuous Improvement
Teamwork – Tips for Participants
TOPIC III. CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
Corrective maintenance or breakdown
Operational data / Work Order
Cyclical Work Plans (Preventive)
TOPIC IV. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Stages of Implementation
Information System Maintenance
V. TEMA PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
Introduction to Predictive Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance vs. Predictive
Systems Temperature Measurement
Vibration Analysis Facility
Glossary / Practical Exercises