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The Role of the Connected Worker in Total Productive Maintenance

Total Productive Maintenance
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) takes some effort to implement, but once it’s in play the benefits are unmatched: less unplanned maintenance, less downtime, and lower production costs. Here’s how to master your TPM practice, as you expand your thinking beyond the machine.
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Make TPM Work for Your Organization

At its core, TPM is about engaging factory workers in the care of production machinery. Maintenance and production personnel work together to improve asset reliability, maximize OEE, and ensure product quality, as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.

With its strong focus on machinery, manufacturers can lose sight of the integral role the worker plays. Digital tools can be the driver and enabler for your TPM initiatives by reducing workload and addressing common challenges.

In this e-book, we dive into how connected frontline workers are now a part of modern TPM practices. Learn how to:

  • Simplify your TPM practice as a whole
  • Improve your organization’s speed, agility, and responsiveness
  • Increase productivity
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