14th TPM Circle Competition - CALL FOR PAPERS

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Friday 24 April 2020, 08:00am - 05:00pm
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The continued support to the new initiative of TPM Circle Competition is well appreciated and this support encourages us to move forward with the 14th TPM Circle Competition on 24th April 2020 at Pune. The Success of TPM revolves around the involvement of circles in all the Pillar activities and thus it is very important to groom and motivate the circle members and leaders. The objectives are set keeping this in mind The TPM circle encompass the whole organizational hierarchy from top management through middle management to the front line. Or in other words, the Bottom Up approach.

The objectives of the competition:

  • Strengthen the TPM Circle Concept amongst Indian Industry
  • Facilitate the Circles to operate Autonomously within their term of reference by providing a platform for the exchange of good and useful information
  • Recalibrate the Circle KAI's to facilitate the KMI's are met
  • Change the thought process of circle members as knowledge enhancement happens
  • Recognize the best TPM Circle and reward them.

The competition would have 6 categories as per the details given below:

Category

Presentation time

TPM Circle - JH activities

10 minutes

TPM Circle - KK activities

10 minutes

TPM Circle - PM activities

10 minutes

TPM Circle - QM activities

10 minutes

TPM Circle - Office TPM activities

10 minutes

TPM Circle - SHE activities (Safety, Health & Environment)

10 minutes

The SHE Circle is a new addition to the TPM Circle Competition from 2018. All Safety, Health and Environment Circles can take part in this category.

  • There should be minimum 3 Teams in every Category to conduct the competition in that Circle. The decision on Finalists by the Juries and organisers will be final and bound to all the participants of the Competition.
  • The Presentation (except Office TPM) should be done only by the Circle members. The Circle leader can be an Engineer or a Supervisor. Manager level person(s) cannot be part of the Presenting Team. Circle will be disqualified from the competition, if any Manager level person found to be part of the presenting Team. Only Office TPM can be presented by Manager level members.
  • Only after making the entry fee, in advance, the nominations will be confirmed.

The companies can nominate their best circles with a maximum of 3 members per Circle.

As the competition is open for Shopfloor, Maintenance and Office side circles, we request members to nominate circles from these areas.

Points to ponder:

  1. This is totally different from the Kaizen competition, which expects, how the Pillar KPI allocated to the circle as KAI is implemented in the Circle level by using the pillar methodology.
  2. How the KAI is derived from the KPI, has to come out clearly
  3. How the three jewels of JH like, Circle meeting, Circle board and the OPL are used to achieve the KAI.
  4. The Pillar specific tools that are used in the circle level has to be explained clearly and not only the Kaizens.

Some of the suggested presentation contents include:

1.

Linkage with factory KMI, Pillar KPI and TPM Circle objectives

6.

OPLs, MP Sheets, Know-why sheets, Good to see things, etc.

2.

3.

Method of conducting circle meetings Benchmark and target setting

7.

8.

Pillar specific tools used in the circle Total Kaizen summary

4.

Sequence of planning of improvement - daily, weekly, monthly etc.,

9.

Results - adherence to the target and cost savings

5.

Explaining the key Kaizens

   

New Announcements:

  1. Trophies will be awarded ONLY if there are minimum three teams in a category (not from single company).
  2. TPM Club India has complete authority to merge the categories when there is less participation. (this is considering the type and to ensure that the minimum number is met)
  3. Each presenting participant will be awarded with participation certificate.
  4. Each Presenting team will be awarded with mementoes.
  5. Entry Fee: 30,000/- + GST per team (3 speakers are allowed per team/ circle)

Criteria:

The presentation can be done in English or Hindi. Presenters should be from the circle members.

Evaluation:

1.    70% weightage from Jury rating

2.    30% weightage from Presenting Circle Participants' rating

Evaluation criteria:

1.

Linkage to the KPI

- 10 marks

2.

Plan for the KAI

- 20 marks

3.

Pillar specific Tools used

- 10 marks

4.

Pillar methodology

- 10 marks

5.

Kaizen levels

- 10 marks

6.

Participation

- 10 marks

7.

Results - loss reduction

- 10 marks

8.

Result - cost reduction

- 10 marks

9.

Best Practices

- 10 marks

Please rush your Circles / Entries and nominations on or before 14th April 2020 to Mani Kumar at TPM Club India in CII Institute of Quality. Look forward to meeting you and your teams at the Competition.

Note: Individual certificate of participation will be presented to all the members of presenting teams along with mementos.

For registration or more details please contact:

ManiKumar
Contact: +91-9738227462;
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