TRAINING AND PRACTICE TO ENSURE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TPM SYSTEM

Abstract

Applying the TPM system in practice is not only a technical and organisational matter. Equally significant and not to be overlooked is the process of education, training and practice (initial and continuous) for everyone who will be directly or indirectly engaged in the maintenance system based on TPM principles. Attention must be paid to the comprehensive and systematic provision of education in this area, especially in terms of the professions involved, the internal and external educational entities, and, last but not least, also in terms of resources allocated to technical and personnel costs. The article presents the concept of solving the process of educating entities involved in the process of maintenance management on the TPM principles. It connects internal and external educational subjects and proposes a process structured according to the level of management and professional orientation. It is intended for academics dealing with business processes as well as the management of new and established companies in which maintenance departments are established or restructured.

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