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Understanding, Measuring, and Improving Overall Equipment Effectiveness : How to Use OEE to Drive Significant Process Improvement

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Title: Understanding, Measuring, and Improving Overall Equipment Effectiveness : How to Use OEE to Drive Significant Process Improvement
Author: Ross Kenneth Kennedy
ISBN: 1138054208 / 9781138054202
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 86
Publisher: Productivity Press
Year: 2017
Availability: 15-30 days
     
 
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Understanding, Measuring, and Improving Overall Equipment Effectiveness: How to Use OEE to Drive Significant Process Improvement explains why the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) measure was created and how it should be used.

Based on 20 years of hands on experience applying OEE at over 150 sites, this step-by-step practical guide provides templates, assessments, a comprehensive loss-analysis framework to identify all possible variables that could affect OEE, and supporting spreadsheets to measure and improve OEE. It outlines the different operational situations in which OEE can foster improvements, and the implications, before providing an easy-to-understand template for creating appropriate definitions for all the losses and a loss model.

The author explains how to calculate OEE using examples to improve performance, and then shows, in detail, how to use an OEE Loss Analysis Spreadsheet to understand all losses, set an ideal vision, and then classify losses so improvement can be approached in the most sustaining way.

  • Identifies the full scope for process performance improvement.
  • Provides a detailed diagnostic of a manufacturing line to understand all the issues which could impact on OEE performance, before measuring OEE.
  • Introduces the concept of OEE Observations by improvement teams.
  • Includes a simple but effective cost-benefit sheet to justify improvements.
  • Expands the concept of " the big six losses" to seven: Planned downtime, Set-up or changeover downtime, Unplanned recorded downtime, Minor unrecorded stoppages, Reduced speed, Rejects and rework, Start-up and yield.
     

Introduction

Chapter 1 : Understanding Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
Chapter 2 : Measuring OEE
Chapter 3 : Calculating OEE
Chapter 4 : Improving OEE
Chapter 5 : Using the OEE Loss Analysis Spreadsheets
Chapter 6 : Automating OEE Data Capture

Appendix 1 : OEE Improvement Rating
Appendix 2 : OEE Improvement Mind Map
Index

 
 
 
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