During the fifth step of Autonomous Maintenance, known as Autonomous Inspection, operators use the methods, tools, and standards to practice their daily routine of cleaning, inspection, lubrication, and tightening. Learn the three main activities of the Autonomous Inspection, and how they result in drafting an Autonomous Maintenance Manual, as well as how this helps build ownership of equipment among operators.
What Is Autonomous Maintenance?
Getting Started with Autonomous Maintenance
What Is Forced Deterioration?
The Seven Types of Equipment Abnormality
What Is Initial Cleaning?
Getting Started with Initial Cleaning
Safety Precautions for Initial Cleaning
How to Perform Initial Cleaning
Address Contamination Sources and Hard-to-Access Places
Develop Provisional Standards
What Is General Inspection?
How to Conduct General Inspection
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What Is a One-Point Lesson?
How to Create One-Point Lessons
How to Use TPM Tags
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The sixth step of Autonomous Maintenance puts the finishing touches on the system by making improvements to standards, the physical environment, and information or IT systems as needed. Learn the main goals and activities of this step, and how it ties into the Quality Maintenance pillar.