TPM Conference

Total Plant Management 2019 Conference
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  • Melbourne VIC (Venue TBA)
  • Unable to purchase with CTPM - see details on page below
    (AUD)$0.00 + GST ($0) inc
  • 8:00am - 5:00pm
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The 10th edition of the marcus evans Total Plant Management 2019 conference brings back a wealth of knowledge on the pressing challenges in maintaining and operating plants in the current competitive market. This year they are introducing a pre-event day which will consist of a site visit to Asahi Beverages, a leading manufacturing facility in Victoria. This event will also feature exciting and interactive features such as a technology demo theatre that will showcase the emerging trends in automation and Industry 4.0 and how this can optimise your plant maintenance.

CTPM are proud partners of this event and our beloved President, Ross Kennedy is looking forward to attending and speaking at the event.


Why You Should Attend

Plant managers face a myriad of challenges in their day-to-day operations. Regardless of the industry in which you operate, equipment breakdown, cost control, people, reliability, availability, efficiency, productivity and technology impacts all. The 10th Annual Total Plant Management 2019 is the plant management conference to attend in 2019 - it includes not only networking and peer-to-peer learning opportunities but also exclusive case studies and insights from industry leaders as well as a range of technological innovation by plant management solution providers.

Follow Your Own Agenda with a Choice of Two Streams on Conference Day Two:
Stream One: Risk and Workforce Management in Operations 
Stream Two: Driving Maintenance Excellence for Optimum Asset Health

Exclusive Pre-Event Site Tour and Networking Day
Asahi Beverages, Laverton Site – Business Lean Programme, OES and Digitisation Projects

Featuring Insightful Panel Discussion on Day One:
The Business Case for Women in Manufacturing Leadership


Key Topics

  • Winning the Battle for Improved Asset Health through Operator-Driven Reliability Using Basic TPM Implementation;
  • Maintaining Quality and Productivity in a 24/7 Industrial Facility;
  • A Framework of Continuous Improvement (CI) and Training Development;
  • Conducting a Machine Safety Risk Assessment to Achieve Compliant Safety and Optimum Productivity; and
  • The Need for Cultural Change in Implementing Total Productive Maintenance (TPM).


Exclusive Offer

As a CTPM subscriber receive a 10% discount to attend the event when registering with Serena Pereira by email, just remember to mention CTPM.


Event Website

For more information about this event please click here to get access to the full agenda, list of speakers, and pricing.