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Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)



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 is a composite metric that takes into account three factors: 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). 

  • Availability: Refers to the percentage of time the equipment is available for production. Downtime due to breakdowns, maintenance, and changeovers are considered losses.

  • Performance: Refers to the percentage of the actual production rate compared to the theoretical maximum rate. Factors that affect performance efficiency include operator performance, equipment speed, and defects.

  • Quality: Refers to the percentage of good quality products produced compared to the total number of products produced. Defects and rework are considered losses.

OEE is calculated as the product of the three factors: OEE = Availability x Performance x Quality. The result is expressed as a percentage, where 100% represents perfect production with no losses.

Overall, OEE is a powerful tool for measuring equipment effectiveness and identifying opportunities for improvement. It provides a comprehensive view of equipment performance and helps to prioritize improvement activities to achieve maximum productivity and cost savings. By using OEE to drive continuous improvement, manufacturing and production organizations can optimize their equipment performance and achieve their business goals.

This OEE presentation is designed to help you understand the importance of Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and how it relates to Total Productive Maintenance (TPM). You will learn about the concepts of OEE, including Availability, Performance, Quality, and the Six Major Losses. Additionally, this presentation will provide you with an understanding of the steps involved in collecting and processing OEE data, as well as how to report the results. Finally, you will be introduced to approaches for reducing equipment-related losses to increase OEE and add value to the factory's operations. By the end of this presentation, you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively use OEE to optimize equipment performance and achieve business goals.

Note: This training package includes:

  1. OEE PPT training presentation (PowerPoint format)

  2. OEE poster (PDF format, in color and monochrome, printable in A3 size)

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



1.  Introduction to TPM and 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

  • How to Eliminate Minor Stoppages

  • Speed Losses

  • Steps to Reduce Speed Losses

  • Quality Defect & Rework Losses

  • How to Eliminate Chronic Defects

  • 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 Sustain TPM & OEE

  • Critical Success Factors



You may also be interested in the following training presentations and documents (sold separately):

  1. Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

  2. Autonomous Maintenance (Jishu Hozen)

  3. Focused Improvement (Kobetsu Kaizen)

  4. Planned Maintenance

  5. Quality Maintenance (Hinshitsu Hozen)

  6. Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)

  7. TPM Team Guide

  8. TPM Self-Assessment Guide & Tool

  9. TPM Autonomous Maintenance Audit Guide & Checklists

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