Public TPEM™ and Maintenance Seminars & Conference Schedule

“If manufacturers could only attend one seminar with the best potential to reduce production costs and increase quality, this seminar is hands down the one to attend.” - Max Adamcyzk, Hewlett Packard

Hartmann Method seminars and in-house training courses have been attended by a total of over 12,000 managers, supervisors, engineers, maintenance and operations professionals since 1990. Our multilingual consultants have been giving TPM and PM/PDM (preventive/predictive maintenance) seminars since 1988, they have lectured on Maintenance Management and TPM for more than 30 years in over 35 countries world-wide, and they have been specializing in maintenance and productivity improvement since 1969. This year’s main events are listed here, so please join us! Sign up with the provided forms or email, fax or call us for more information.

TPM Seminars

Germany

Fall, 2015

Participate in seminars, speak with our consultants and receive extensive training materials.

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Successfully Implementing Total Productive Maintenance

Madison, Wisconsin, USA

June, 2015

 

The course offers you in-depth presentation of TPM opportunities, equipment management strategies, and step-by-step guidelines for program installation.

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Effective Preventive/Predictive Maintenance

Madison, Wisconsin, USA

June, 2015

 

Any facility with machinery can benefit, including manufacturing plants, water and wastewater treatment plants, process industries, school systems, and many more.

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20th Annual TPM Conference

Essen, Deutschland

Nov. 24-25, 2015

Participate in seminars, speak with our consultants and tour the TPM Plant of the Year winner. This year’s Conference will be held at the UNESCO World Heritage site Zeche Zollverein in Essen, Germany. Click the button for more detailed information and to register. Please note that this event is held primarily in German.

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Seminars in Germany and Switzerland will be held in German, with course materials also in German. Course materials generally consist of an extensive training manual, and a hard copy of Mr. Hartmann’s book, “Successfully Installing TPM in a Non-Japanese Plant” or its German equivalent, “Effiziente Instandhaltung und Maschinenmanagement.”