AHP Analysis for the effect of TPM Activity factors

TPM활동요인의 효과에 대한 AHP분석

  • Received : 2013.11.09
  • Accepted : 2014.02.20
  • Published : 2014.02.28


Generally, TPM activity promotion program steps have been determined. However, in order to maximize the efficiency of the production system of TPM, industry types or production methods, equipment type and condition, the problems facing the environment are so different that tips and procedures should be chosen in the right way for each company to promote. This study is aimed at a manufacturing company promoting TPM KSA presented. The TPM activities are broken into two phases. And we employ the AHP method to analyze which phase of activities are more important to recognize than the other phase of activities. In Step 1 of the analysis of TPM activities, promotion improvement is the most important activities of the individual, and the overall activity of the most important activities are the field improvement and loss improvement, then followed by the basic conditions for the preparation and 5S activities to build a system activity, such as the order of the initial cleaning was analyzed.


Supported by : 청주대학교


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