Autonomous Maintenance Standards

Conduct initial maintenance in accordance with standards; revise any that need to be revised at this point.

  • Develop lists for operators based on daily, weekly, and monthly tasks.
    • Maintenance management systems should be used to generate scheduled check lists.
    • The lists should be divided among all shifts so the work load is balanced.
    • The lists should include all safety items and graphical representations of tasks to complete.
    • On-the-job training supported by single point lessons can be used to train operators on any new inspection procedures.

Following these standards, operators lubricate and inspect all equipment in the allotted time frame. By repeating these activities, they search for and discover the optimal combinations of these routine maintenance standards and schedules. By thoroughly understanding the equipment and processes as a system, operators are now able to recommend revised maintenance standards. Performing maintenance inspections, the production operator takes greater responsibly and ownership for their machine.

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