The seventh and final step of Autonomous Maintenance aims to transition these activities from implementation project-based to a sustainable daily practice. Learn the main goals and activities of this step, and how these support a sustainable continuous improvement culture.
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
Revise Autonomous Maintenance Standards
Next VideoWhat Is a One-Point Lesson?
How to Create One-Point Lessons
How to Use TPM Tags
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Autonomous Maintenance relies on raising the operators’ knowledge levels and equipment competence. This is often done on-the-job using One-Point Lessons directly tied to their work. Learn what is included in a typical One-Point Lesson, how they are used, and the steps to plan, create, and manage these documents.