I have a question, I need to know what ISO 9001 and IATF 1699 documents/forms, etc... you have that address TPM. We are already ISO and IATF Certified, but this element of the standards has always been deficient and we want to make it a strength.
Unfortunately, our IATF 16949 documentation toolkit does not contain TPM documents. However, these are some documents in our toolkit which are related to equipment maintenance. There are some documents under our ITAF 16949 Toolkit which are related to equipment maintenance. They are located in the folder 16 Procedure for equipment maintenance and measuring equipment. You can see the link address as below. These documents are very limited for TPM activities.
Feel free to check out our IATF 16949 Documentation Toolkit and the List of documents here:
IATF 16949 clause 22.214.171.124 defines requirements for total productive maintenance activity, but it does not define how it needs to be documented.
As you know, TPS is a system of maintaining and improving the integrity of production and quality systems through machines, equipment, process, and employees to add value to the organization.
Toyota production system defines TPM activities and there are different levels of TPM, from level 1 to level 5.It is not easy to apply full TPM in the first step; this is a culture for management for all organization activities, not only maintenance but also full systematic of organization management with Quality, Production, Maintenance, HSE, Planning,etc.
You can find more detailed documentation in Toyota TPM culture, TPM books and/or TPM trainings.
Documents and forms that can be included as follows:
a) Daily machine control forms by operators
b) Weekly, Monthly, 3 Monthly, 6 Monthly, Yearly (accordign to machine/equipment situation and handboook) maintenance plan ans records
c) Machine maintenance wotk instructions for new maintenance
d) Break down records with MTTR and MTBF target and results
e) OEE targets and results
f) Spare parts for machines and equipments, minimum amd maximum levels
g) Machine break down reaction plans and operator trainings
h) Break down analyses and corrective action plans for improvements.