"European TPM3" Conference

full name / name of organization: 
European Nonprofit TPM3 Institute
contact email: 
info@eutpmconf.eu

European TPM3” Conference 2013
Excellence in Total Productive Maintenance + Manufacturing + Management, the European way

24 to 26th September 2013
Zalakaros, Hotel Freya, Hungary

Call for Papers

The European Nonprofit TPM3 Institute will organize the first „European TPM3” Conference in Zalakaros, Hungary.
The International Event will focus on TPM and its role in industrial maintenance and production.
Although European TPM is slightly different from common TPM schools, we cordially welcome everyone from all TPM schools to attend, to present and to exhibit their special knowledge.

Invitation

The Conference Organizing Committee invites interested parties to submit abstracts of papers suited for presentation at the Conference. Abstracts will be considered and approved by the Conference Organizing Committee. When an abstract will have been accepted, instructions regarding the details will be issued.

Suggested topics for the „European TPM3” Conference 2013 are as follows:
Please note this list is just an indication. Feel free to improve the topics.

Your Overall TPM Experience
• ’Japanese’ Systems in Western Countries – How Local Conditions Apply
• TPM Methodology
• Costs and Benefits of TPM
• Effects on Productivity, Quality, Cost, Delivery, Safety, Morale
• How TPM Changes Organizational Culture
• How PAS 55 Companies will Benefit From TPM and vice versa

Your TPM pillars
• Autonomous Maintenance
– Your Well-Proven Steps to Implement Basic Equipment Care
– One Point Lessons in Autonomous Maintenance
– Successful Operator Involvement
– How to Turn Operator Commitment and the „Machine Owner” Principle from a Slogan into a Sytem in Place?
– Why TPM is Significantly More than Simple Autonomous Maintenance (as it is often misinterpreted in practice)?
• Planned Maintenance
– CMMS supporting TPM
– RCM approach: compatible with TPM?
– Easy RCM method
– Predictive Maintenance Techniques
– Maintenance KPIs and their Effects, Roles and Types
– Maintenance Mix
– Quality Maintenance
– How to Handle Autonomous Maintenance and Maintenance Pillars in an Integrated System

• Early Equipment Development and Maintenance Prevention
– Equipment Improvement – Small and Big Improvements
– Address Contamination Sources
– The ’12 Worms’ (Types of Weak Points of Equipment) Principle
– New Equipment Purchase
– Equipment Relocating
– Poka-Yoke

• Training and Skill Development
– How to make TPM Everyone’s Priority
– From Trouble Maker a Trainer
– Soft Skill Trainings and Technical Trainings
– Work Smarter, Not Harder
– How to Achieve Commitment and Involvement
– Training Organization and Structure
– Motivational Techniques that Work

• Overall Equipment Effectiveness
– Six big losses and OEE
– How to Avoid Irrational OEE Values
– The Dirty Dozen
– Measuring and Analysing OEE in Practice

• Safety, Health and Environment
– How Safety Benefits from TPM
– How to Integrate Safety and Equipment Reliability – Find the Balance
– The Challenge of Getting to Zero Accident
– Risk Management
– How to Handle Human Factors of HSE Pillar of a Productivity Improvement Project
– Addressing Dangers BEFORE They Cause Trouble

• Your Special TPM pillar that proved to be effective
– TPM in the Office
– Focus Improvement
– Individual Improvement
– Quality maintenance
– And so on...

TPM Methodology
• TPM Implementation in Reality
• Vertical or Horizontal?
• TPM Generations: Similarities and Differences
• TPM Standards
• Critical Success Factors
• Why a TPM Project Can Fail after the Consultant Left, and How to Re-vive These Sleeping Projects?
• How You Make Your TPM Meetings Effective
• TPM audits

Integrated Techniques Facilitating TPM Implementation at Your Company
• 5S
• SMED
• Kaizen
• Problem-solving methods
• Teamwork in TPM
• Visual management
•Six Sigma

Integrating TPM with Lean Implementation
Case Studies

And others… Bring Your Topic and Amaze Your Audience!

Who should attend?

Maintenance managers, production managers, productivity improvement project leaders, CMMS providers, CMMS superusers, anyone from beginner to advanced who is seeking ways to improve workforce performance, culture and equipment productivity as well.

Why attend?
If you are under a constant pressure to improve performance with less resources, increase production output. On the conference you will learn ways:
• to increase your effectiveness while you cut your maintenance costs.
• to produce improved results with less resources.
• this is a non-profit conference of a non-profit organization. Highly professional, without bothering advertisements – to serve you the best.

Why “European TPM3”?

The basic element of all „Japanese system” is continuous improvement. The same applies for European TPM3 as well. As spreading around the world, TPM has been modified through the various countries, influenced by various schools and consultants. European TPM3 is meant as the highly modified version of the original TPM thinking. From our experience it is extremely easy to implement this ’European TPM3’ system, it is highly effective, and easy to maintain. Come and see how it works!

Speakers and Participants

TPM (0-1-2-3) consultants from leading consulting companies
TPM practicioners from various industries

Our goal: Focus on Added Value and Outstanding Reputation.

Conference Features

• Congress facility for 150 participants
• Plenary Sessions – Workshops – Round Table Discussions – Networking Events
• Exhibition surface
• Factory Tour: Gemba Walk at European companies where TPM is applied. Locations:
o one of the most important lighting factory,
o a brake system manufacturer,
o pharmacy industry
o and a cylinder manufacturer – four groups at the same time. Please note that visitors from a competitor company may not be allowed to enter.

All abstracts must be written in English. As English will be the official congress language lectures
should be held in English (please consult the Organizing Committee for exceptions).

Please download the abstract form our website: http://www.eutpmconf.eu/2013/EUTPM3C_2013_Abstract_Form.doc

The accepted speakers will receive complete lecture instructions not later than 15 February 2013.

Important Deadlines

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 31 January 2013
Abstract Acceptance Notification: 15 February 2013
Submission of Full Lengths Papers: 30 April 2013
Paper Acceptance Notification: 15 May 2013
Final Conference Programme: 31 May 2013

Please mail your abstract in electronic form, see also http:// www.eutpmconf.eu/ with CV and your picture not later than 31 January 2013 to:

dr. George Peczely dr. and Mariann Szijj
Members of the Organizing Committee
office@tpminstitute.eu or info@eutpmconf.eu
skype: lean.tpm.cmms

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