MANAGER OF MAINTENANCE IMPROVEMENT CERTIFICATE (US)
A 5-day program by Productivity Inc. and The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business
Provides an understanding of the core techniques for improving manufacturing performance and equipment reliability. Designed for maintenance and production resources seeking a solid understanding of the fundamental techniques for improving the maintenance process. Fully accredited certification for TPM managers and reliability leaders since 2010.Register now
Where are you today ?
When equipment plans its own downtime it is ten times more costly to get back to a safe, efficient, “run-ready” state!
Moving from a reactive to a proactive maintenance environment has a big and positive impact directly on your bottom line. Did you know that when equipment plans its own downtime (i.e. a breakdown) it is ten times more costly both financially and in terms of capacity losses to get back to a safe, efficient ‘run-ready’ state?
Chances are you already know you must do something to improve the reliability of your equipment but you might not know exactly what to do or how to get started.
Held on the campus of The Ohio State University, this one week, fully-accredited program has been designed to introduce you to nine fundamental techniques for doing just that! Get started on your journey to World Class Reliability today.
Upon completion of this program, you will be awarded: the Manager of Maintenance Improvement Certificate by Productivity Inc. and the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. Graduates of the program earn 4 CEUs.
Designed for maintenance and production resources seeking a solid understanding of the fundamental techniques for improving the maintenance process.
This program will teach you…
- Learn how to use data to make improvements.
- Understand how to create provisional standards and one-point-lessons.
- Learn to properly plan and schedule repairs and PMs.
- Discover how to eliminate equipment-specific losses.
- Understand the proper storage and distribution of spare parts.