Masterclass - Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)

OEE Overall Equipment EffectivenessIt is not enough to do your best; you must know what to do, and then do your best. - W. Edwards Deming

OEE is a metric that can be embraced at every level of the organisation. It is meaningful to the operator on the shop floor, yet translates all the way up to the board room. For instance, if companies can produce more with less equipment / machinery, it means growth and increased revenue with less capital investment. Higher efficiency will drive down the cost. By reducing capital needs and increasing profit, a business will improve its Return on Investment, the primary metric of most company's performance.

OEE has the added benefit of being specific enough to tell you what you need to improve.  Per the Deming quote above, you can then attack that area of performance and reap real, measurable rewards.

However, it must be noted, OEE is a metric for measuring individual equipment, or plants, or facilities against themselves for the sole purpose of continuous improvement.  It has no use whatsoever as an outside benchmark measurement, and must be viewed in tandem with metrics focused on the customer!

Join your peers as we review the (slightly) different ways of calculating OEE between continuous and discreet processes, how to start measuring OEE, and where you should source the data for your OEE calculation. We may also discuss such points as:
Overall Equipment Effectiveness OEE
  • The six sources of production loss
  • Who should be measuring OEE in your facility
  • Why maintenance professionals should be actively supporting OEE measures
  • OEE and its affect on maintenance priorities
  • Melding OEE and continuous improvement efforts
  • Melding OEE and TPM implementation efforts
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Masterclass events start with a two+ hour detailed presentation on the topic by an experienced individual, followed by a roundtable discussion. There will be no vendor companies in attendance at this meeting.   Agenda
Arrive at 8:40 for 9:00 start
Group Defines Expectations
Masterclass Presentation
Site Tour
Wrap Up

Who Should Attend:   Electricians, Maintenance Managers, Electrical Supervisors and any one interested in this topic for discussion
Date:   Thursday August 24th, 2017
Time:   Arrive at 8:40 for a 9:00 am start, finishing at 14:30
Address:   We are looking for a Host for this event.  Contact your SIRF Facilitator for more info.
Investment:   No Charge for Members
Dress:   Casual Dress
Special Note:   None

For Enquiries Contact:
Jesse George 0425 824 892


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