Turn Key / Black Box

We provide an extensive range of facility services. JPM Group’s aim is to develop a partnership with our customer and give a personal commitment to support our Partner companies core business in professional and cost effective way for long and short term requirements that can facilitate TUPE, Maintenance Cover, Preventative Maintenance, shutdown Cover, Holiday Cover, Support to in-house maintenance, SLA & KPI compliant. This service is provided through experienced personnel.

 

Key Performance Indicators’ can include

  • Utility Systems Plant availability > 99.5%
  • Quality Compliance (CAPA Investigations timely closure, maintenance schedule Vs complete)
  • BRC compliance reports/fabrication closure
  • Safety (Number of incidents, no lost time injury)
  • Innovations/plant efficiencies/energy savings bonus payment provisions in place
  • Facilities response times and timely closure of logged items
  • Years Experience / CV
  • Qualifications / CV
  • Management Exp. Design / CV

The difference between Lean and Six Sigma can be summarised as follows:
Six Sigma = Reduced process variation
Lean = Improved process flow
What is “Lean”?
In the practice of “Lean”, the focus is on breaking down processes to the “bare bone essentials”, hence the name “lean”. The Lean approach to waste is that “Non-value added is waste”. Hence, the practice of Lean has as its central goal to segregate waste from value in processes, and eliminate the waste and non-value added.

The typical method for practising Lean is to do the following:

  • Identify Value
  • Define Value Stream
  • Determine Flow
  • Define Pull
  • Improve Process

The focus of Lean is on Process flow. Tools used for the practice of Lean are oriented to visualisation and include tools like Microsoft Visio

  • Maintenance Prevention – designing or selecting equipment that will run with minimal maintenance and is easy to service when necessary.
  • Predictive Maintenance – determining the life expectancy of components in order to replace them at the optimum time.
  • Autonomous Maintenance – involving production employees in the total machine maintenance process. Goes with 5S well.
  • Preventive Maintenance – using schedules or planned maintenance to ensure the continuous, smooth operation of equipment.
  • Systematical Preventive Maintenance – tasks to be systematically performed on schedule
  • Conditional Preventive Maintenance – tasks to be performed or not after scheduled checking
  • Corrective/Reactive Maintenance – Fixing an existing equipment when it breaks or looses its original performance*Maintenance Prevention*