TPM in my room……
Some of our obligations after MBE are to listen and continually teach the others. (Set an example and help those to overcome the past are the other two: P).
Yesterday I had a dialogue with the responsible for maintenance in my accommodation. The problem is that when I came to my room the hand basin had a problem. There is an iron stick which was screwed in the main part of the faucet for controlling the water (warm cold, power of the flow, etc) . . . ... However this due to the water getting there was broke down so it couldn¢t screw. . . . . . .
So I asked yesterday if they have this problem with the rest of the rooms. He answered me that most of the rooms have this problem this is why we by cheap faucets so that we can replace the broken part with low cost.
After that I thought of TPM………….. I proposed to him to establish a policy that directly when water gets into that part of the faucet the student is obliged to clean it. . . In that way the life of the part will be increased since the problem comes from the water that stays in that specific part for a long period…………………. ;)
The three principles of autonomous maintenance should be possessed my every one of us and applied in our daily life. It is a way of thinking and acting. Yes and this is what we have also to teach in the employees that will be working with us. Responsibility for the place in which we are working. ..... . J
It is again something that started from Japan and has its philosophical basis…………