Learn from these authors' experiences tailoring TPM to the distinctive needs of North American plants, and how TPM fits into an overall manufacturing improvement strategy. A real-world view on what works and what doesn't. Robinson and Ginder provide an excellent resource for strategic planning and an educational tool for middle and upper management. Includes the seven levels of autonomous maintenance, a discussion of unions and TPM, and a TPM master plan.Modify current, documented, work flow diagrams to reflect upgraded methods of performing the work. ... example, decision points could be eliminated if all cars were automatics rather than some automatics and some manual transmissions.
|Author||:||Charles J. Robinson, Andrew Ginder|
|Publisher||:||Productivity Press - 1995-07-01|