Lean Master Certification - Module 4 - Platinum Level

Apply concepts such as reliability and risk analysis in all sectors of activity.

Description of the course

Module 4 of the Lean Master certification covers the fundamentals and best practices for equipment and process reliability. This module explores improvement concepts including OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness), diagnostics and specific improvement projects with respect to equipment.

This module also deals with the reliability of administrative processes from a TPM-inspired perspective but adapted to the realities of service companies. Risk analysis and FMECA should be used as a complement to reliability tools in order to predict risks and analyse the failure modes that impact your equipment and processes. Reliability is everyone's business!

Because a dysfunctional equipment or process usually means high losses, all activities related to equipment and process reliability are of strategic importance for all organisations.

Pre-requisite: Module 3 of the programme

Training recognised by Genium360

For online training, meeting invitations will be sent to you 48 hours in advance and will contain the web links to access the training. Make sure you have the necessary equipment to be able to hear and communicate with the trainer! The material will be sent to you as a link or PDF file to your email address.

General objective

Participants will be progressively introduced to the concepts, systems and tools related to continuous improvement, both in terms of day-to-day performance management and Lean worksite approaches. Ultimately, they will be able to support, as internal consultants, a Lean approach in their organisation.

Who is this training for?

*This course is open to all.

*Module 3 certified

  • Understand the basics and best practices regarding reliability.
  • Be able to carry out a reliability diagnosis of equipment and processes.
  • Be able to lead improvement workshops such as: BT (Work Order) site, shop site and EpP (Preventive and Predictive Maintenance) site.
  • Be able to develop a risk analysis and a FMEA

Details of the course

The tools of TPM, visual management, risk analysis and FMECA
  • TPM
  • Reliability of equipment
    • The RGH
    • Maintenance pillars and processes
    • Reliability diagnosis
    • The Best Practice Review
    • System audit
    • The LV site, warehouse, EpP
  • Visual management
  • Rapid identification of anomalies
  • Process reliability
    • Management system
    • Efficiency of measurement processes and methods
    • Administrative reliability diagnosis
    • The Best Practice Review
    • System audit
Introduction to risk management

Analysis of failure modes, their effects and criticality

Practical work: A3 PROPOSAL
  • Weight: 20% of module 4
  • Effort: 8 hours
Practical work: Holding and presenting a weight improvement workshop: 80% of the value of module 4

Effort: Minimum 24 hours facilitation + preparation and presentation

3 days from 8.30am to 4.30pm
Membre : 1 795 $
Courant : 2 295 $
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