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BENEFITS OF DOCUMENT

  1. Provides a holistic framework for the planning and implementation of an OEE system.
  2. Provides the methods and tools for OEE implementation.
  3. Provides approaches for increasing OEE.

DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION

The goal of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is to increase equipment effectiveness so that each piece of equipment can be operated to its full potential and maintained at that level. To maximize equipment effectiveness, you need a measurement tool that can help you understand your equipment problems so that you can take steps to eliminate them. The key to this understanding is Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE).

OEE is a crucial measure in TPM that tells you how well your equipment is running. It links three elements in one percentage: the time the machine is actually running (Availability), the quantity of products the machine is turning out (Performance), and the quantity of good output (Quality).

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. Understand the concept and philosophy of TPM and its relationship with OEE
2. Explain the importance of OEE and how it relates to value-adding work of the factory
3. Understand OEE concepts such as Availability, Performance, Quality and the Six Major Losses
4. Describe the steps of collecting and processing OEE data and reporting results
5. Define approaches for reducing equipment-related losses to raise OEE

CONTENTS

1. Introduction to TPM & OEE
What is TPM?
TPM Principles
Why is TPM Important?
TPM Goals
TPM Reduces Waste
Eight Strategies ("Pillars") of TPM
TPM Pillars & Activities
TPM Benefits
Relationship Between TPM & OEE
What is OEE?
Why is OEE Important?

2. Understanding Equipment-Related Losses
Three Key Factors of OEE
"World Class" OEE
Six Big Equipment Losses
Visualizing OEE & the Six Big Losses
Equipment Losses & OEE
Calculating OEE
Breakdown Losses
Setup & Adjustment Losses
Minor Stoppage Losses
Speed Losses
Quality Defect & Rework Losses
Startup Losses
Six Big Losses & Countermeasures
Strategies for Zero Breakdowns

3. Measuring OEE
Closing the Feedback Loop
Measuring OEE
Collecting OEE Data
Processing OEE Data
Reporting OEE Data
Practical Tips for Measuring OEE

4. Improving OEE
Improving OEE
Approaches to Improving OEE
5 Why Analysis
Autonomous Maintenance
Focused Equipment & Process Improvement
Quick Changeover
Poka Yoke (Mistake-Proofing)
P-M Analysis
How to Eliminate Minot Stoppages
How to Eliminate Chronic Defects
How to Sustain TPM & OEE
Critical Success Factors

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