Autonomous maintenance – Simple activities from the routine catalog / positive lists – Checklisting – Routine work – System attendance cards –
The simple work instructions of the routine catalogs and positive lists define maintenance activities which can be carried out by the production staff / plant operators. The standards for autonomous maintenance are defined by production during meetings and project meetings.
-The work and measures must not interfere with the production operation and must be well integrated
-The work and measures must not lead to any technical modification of the machinery and the safety devices and it does not require any modification of the technical documentation of the installations
-The work and tasks must be carried out by the production staff during production, during set-up, during waiting times and during shifting
-The work and tasks are defined in work plans, which clearly describe the work, scope, dates, auxiliaries, setpoints and place of execution
What should be done – Description of the measures-Photo-documentation-visualization-marking
Where to do it – description of the location, cost center, the exact assembly
How to make it – Description of the exact procedure – Description of the necessary auxiliary substances and indication of the quantity and scope – Indication of the technical conditions and conditions of the plant / machine – Safety engineering and safety measures
Who should do it – Description of the qualification / professional group –
When and for how long – Specify the dates for the activities – Describe the planned time for the actions to be taken –
By implementing autonomous maintenance measures by production personnel, maintenance is relieved.
The machine operators know the machines and care for it. Before you drive with your car you have to check the tire pressure and the oil level. A pilot must pass through his checklists before each flight and thus ensure that we arrive well and recovered. And a plant operator should make a short check at shift transfer in order to be able to produce without problems and problems. Stopping times are generally to be used for preventive maintenance measures.
Weekly oil level checks and lubrication – Check screws for tightness – Check daily setpoints for manometers and pressure indicators – Check filters and maintenance units – Detect leaks and leaks
Training of employees for autonomous maintenance
Every employee of the production is trained in detail on site at the machines / plants. The responsibility of each individual employee for the machines and plants is thereby strengthened. The employees of the production are supported by the maintenance at all measures and questions