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Lean maintenance by Joel Levitt

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Published by Industrial Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Plant maintenance -- Management

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementJoel Levitt.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTS192 .L4687 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16680263M
ISBN 109780831133528
LC Control Number2008010930

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Phase 2, Lean Preparation and Phase 3, Lean Pilot together constitute going public with the Lean Maintenance transformation or the Launching of Lean. The Preparation Phase is predominantly an education period: Two series of workshops, one a series for management and the other for the shop floor level supervisors, maintenance technicians and.   Scheduled maintenance is the prioritization of the work, issuance of a work order, assignment of available labor resources, designation of the time period to perform the task (coordinated with operations/production), and breakout and staging of parts and materials. • Total productive maintenance. TPM is the foundation of lean maintenance. The book is about applying Lean manufacturing principles to industrial maintenance in order to improve the efficiency and be able to do more with the same (or less) resources. By industrial maintenance we mean the maintenance that takes place in factories and industrial facilities.   As a practical book, Lean Maintenance will take the reader on a journey from uncovering waste, designing projects to address the waste, selling the projects to management and delivering the projects. Every area in maintenance is covered, including your TPM effort, storeroom, PM tasking, work orders and computer : Industrial Press, Inc.

Lean Maintenance is written for anyone in a leadership position in maintenance, storeroom or production. This unique book will also be found useful by vendors to the maintenance departments, including maintenance contractors, parts vendors, and various kinds of service providers. The book is about applying Lean manufacturing principles to industrial maintenance in order to improve the efficiency and be able to do more with the same (or less) resources. By industrial maintenance we mean the maintenance that takes place in factories and industrial facilities. The book is the r. to "Lean Manufacturing," the next step beyond "Just In Time." Others claim "lean" but hedge on the concept with hidden WIP inventories because they fear what they've seen in the past, when critical path machines go down for a "maintenance break." Other managers simply budget for and bolster their maintenance department with people,File Size: KB. Title: Lean maintenance: a practical, step-by-step guide for increasing efficiency / Javier Girón Blanco and Torsten Dederichs. Description: Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, [] | Includes index.

  What is "Lean?" Whether referring to manufacturing operations or maintenance, lean is about doing more with less: less effort, less space, fewer defects, less throughput time, lower volume requirements, less capital for a given level of output, etc. The need to provide the customer more value with less waste is a necessity for any firm wanting to stay in business, especially in today's 3/5(1). Lean Maintenance Training. Discover strategies to effectively eliminate waste in maintenance operations and projects. This workshop is designed for all levels of maintenance personnel, including supervisors, planners, managers, maintenance engineers and maintenance workers. "Lean Maintenance is a practical book that almost instantly can contribute to your organization's success. It also is intended to be part of a larger effort to reduce the environmental footprint of . As a practical book, Lean Maintenance will take the reader on a journey from uncovering waste, designing projects to address the waste, selling the projects to management and delivering the projects. Every area in maintenance is covered, including your TPM effort, storeroom, PM tasking, work orders and computer systems.