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Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is the KLE to apply the tools of continuous improvement to the quality of the facilities. Pointing to maximize efficiency by means of a permanent system of preventive maintenance to which takes part in the totality of the production site members. Learn about the 8 pillars of the TPM system and how to identify the main losses in production and maintenance. Participants will be trained in the application of the TPM methods such as autonomous and planned maintenance in order to increase the effectiveness of machines and equipment. Three days of work in teams to consolidate or learn for the first time the KAIZEN™ methodology, solving some concrete challenges in the real company to implement the principles and pillars of the Total Productive Maintenance.

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This certification is focused on providing an advanced approach to Six Sigma projects and statistical methods. The program goes beyond the traditional Black Belt skills and incorporates new tools to achieve the reduction of errors at the master level.

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This 2-day highly interactive and practical course will assist chemical, petrochemical, pharma manufacturing companies in achieving a competitive advantage by having an effective and well- managed operation. This program is designed to help leaders understand the ways of thinking, behaving & leading that builds a sustainable Lean culture in an Organization

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In today’s environment it is supply chains that compete and not individual businesses. Improvement in supply chains provide far greater benefits than focusing on the company itself. Hence it is imperative that our supply chains are waste-free.

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