CONCEPTUALISATION FOR IMPLEMENTING TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE THROUGH THE ISO 9001:2008 STANDARD-BASED QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

N M Sivaram, S R Devadasan, R Murugesh

Abstract


This paper conceptualises the integration of total productive maintenance (TPM) and ISO 9001 certification by contributing a model called TPM 9001:2008. Through this conceptualisation, the eight TPM pillars are amended to the five major clauses of the ISO 9001:2008 standard. To illustrate this conceptualisation, the contents of a sub-clause of the TPM 9001:2008 model are presented, and the rationale behind its designation is appraised.


Keywords


Total Productive Maintenance, ISO 9001 certification, Quality Management System, Autonomous Maintenance, Safety, Health and Environment, Overall Equipment Effectiveness

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7166/24-2-494

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