OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness)

By: Business Impact UK Ltd  24/04/2013
Keywords: manufacturing, lean, Overall Equipment Effectiveness

The application of Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is different for everyone. OEE truly reduces complex production problems into simple, intuitive presentation of information. Successful OEE measurement means you are able to identify problems quickly and efficiently. Who is it for? This workshop is for Engineers / Technical Specialists and Managers who would like an appreciation / understanding of OEE. Theory covered includes: • The data you need • Where to find it • How to calculate OEE • How to turn OEE into effective improvement activities Benefits: • Improved quality • Reduced downtime • Improved efficiency and performance • Improved staff skill levels and communication

Keywords: lean, manufacturing, Overall Equipment Effectiveness

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