With the Autonomous Maintenance and Operator Driven Reliability training, you will be able to:
Identifying the preventive maintenance activities that can be performed by the operators enabling them to take a more proactive role in failure diagnosis, quick trouble-shooting, initiating timely corrective actions for degrading equipment, and integrate them on CBM activities to reduce downtime and increase asset reliability.
Autonomous Maintenance and Operator Driven Reliability are programs that involves operators in the maintenance reliability of their assets.
Autonomous maintenance (AM) is performed by the operators and not by dedicated maintenance technicians. It is a crucial component of the Total Productive Maintenance (TPM). The core idea of autonomous maintenance is to provide the operators with more responsibility and allow them to carry out preventive maintenance tasks.
Autonomous maintenance allows machine operators to carry out directly simple maintenance works (lubrication, cleaning, inspection, diagnosis) to prevent breakdowns and react faster if a certain failure has been detected.
Total Productive Maintenance was developed by Japanese companies, with the ideas of preventive and predictive maintenance programs. Since TPM gives operators much more responsibilities, a dedicated training is required as well as some modifications on the machines to ease operations of cleaning and maintenance. This will significantly increase the operators’ skills level and helps them better understand how to maintain and even improve the equipment. Autonomous Maintenance is a far greater demand on engineering knowledge, maintenance skills, and work excellence than what is done in Operator Driven Reliability.
Operator Driven Reliability (ODR) is an asset management program that involves operators in the maintenance reliability of their assets.
In order for the floor operator to become an effective resource in improving the reliability of equipment he/she must be able to predict failures before they occur through the early identification of work and problem solving capable of, that is.
To develop this capability there are two critical prerequisites, one the correct training, and two a reliability driven process for the failure analysis and early identification. This makes the operators highly valuable in the maintenance chain.
The participants will attend a theoretical training session in Autonomous Maintenance and Operator Driven Reliability and a workshop that will allow the participants to develop a plan for OAC and/or ODR implementation as per the target required on the organization.
The Autonomous Maintenance and Operator Driven Reliability training workshop will be performed using specific templates and a benchmark example.