Total Productive Maintenance Training




This training will provide participants with a good knowledge of the concepts and practical approaches to plan and implement an effective Total Productive Maintenance program. It takes participants through the 8 Pillars of TPM requirements and TPM implementation roadmap in detail, identifies an action plan for effective implementation, monitors TPM programs for continuous improvement, reduces costs and eliminates waste. In addition, participants can identify production losses due to low overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and establish an appropriate action plan for improvement.

 How Will You Benefit

The objective of this training is:-

  • To provide participants with the concepts of TPM program
  • To understand the 8 pillars of TPM
  • To aware of 7 steps in AM (Jishu Hozen)
  • To calculate OEE for TPM KPI

Who Should Attend

Senior management, factory managers, managers, engineers, maintenance and production professionals and other personnel who are responsible for the development and implementation of the maintenance management system and enhancing production capacities in the company.


This stimulating program will maximize the understanding and learning through explanations, tutoring, group case studies, group presentations, practical site inspection and written tests.


    • Defining the Improvement Philosophies and Relevance to TPM’s
    • History and Development of TPM
    • Objectives and Benefits of TPM Program
    • Focused Improvement (Kobetsu Kaizen)
    • Autonomous Maintenance (Jishu Hozen)
    • Planned Maintenance
    • Training
    • Early Equipment Management – Spare Parts Control
    • Quality Maintenance
    • Office TPM
    • Safety and Health Management
    • Equipment Losses and Breakdown Management
    • Measure of Machine Productivity
      • 8 Major Equipment Losses and Overall Equipment Effectiveness
    • Gantt Chart Schedule – TPM Implementation Roadmap
    • 3 Phases and 12 Steps of TPM Implementation
      • Phase 1: Preparation for TPM
      • Phase 2: TPM Implementation
      • Phase 3: Stabilization
    • Improving Overall Equipment Effectiveness
    • Identify Action Plan to Eliminate Waste and Cost Reduction
    • Workshop, Exercise and Presentation

Fee: RM 1,000 per pax

Loyalty Points: 1000 Points

Duration: 2 Days

Note: In-house course is available. Request it HERE


Hood Atan

Hood trains in the field of Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental Management system and has conducted many high impact training programs and workshops. Having worked as a Quality Technician, Quality Engineer, Quality Manager, Quality Management Representative, Environmental Management Representative for numerous years from bottom, middle and top management, he brings along with him a wealth of regional knowledge and experience to share. With more than 16 years of experience in quality and business management system, he has conducted various training programs and workshops in the area of workplace improvement, QS-9000 and 7 packs standard requirements, ISO/TS 16949 standard, variation and waste reduction, and practical problem solving techniques including statistical tools