Since my transfer from our facility in the state of Washington 11-1/2 years ago to obtain the roll of Maintenance Manager. While starting my new position I found no type of structure of a PM system what so ever. No team atmosphere, and for sure no team players. Within the next 2 years I started putting together a team and system. Efficiencies running low and scrap high but within another year eff. had risen 10% and Scrap lowered by 1.5%. Now eff. are up 40% were scrap in down to running only 2.8% which is a drop of about 5%.
All this comes from myself designing and implementing a history based PM system, Building a team of 16 mechanics. Introducing TPM to our system.
We as a team have built a department that other associates want into or wish to belong to.
Maintenance - all aspects of this department, from actual mechanical work to planning PM's, developing PM systems to implementing TPM systems. Budget control and saving up to $500k last year alone. Mechanical Engineering - Mechanical drafting on a drawing table, currently enrolled in a Auto CAD on line course. Certified machinist,
Welder. knowledge of glue systems (nordson and ITW) Process - Paper converting machine processes.
Through working from TPM and implementing and leading the PM pillar. I am installing a history based maintenance system on all production converters throughout the Ohio facility. Also teaching the act of predictive and preventive maintenance instead of the reactive method to all associates within my group which includes mechanical, facilities and parts room. Some of the practices I am using are breakdowns longer than 60 minutes, base count on parts between PM, working on stop loses, plus many other ways to try to improve.
While working closely with the pillar groups of DTM and FI we have moved efficiencies up while lowering scraps quite effectively.
While working on this there are still the normal management practices that I still have to do on a daily bases.
Plus while I am home trying to work on a on line school course on AutoCAD.
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