Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is a manufacturing performance metric that is used to identify the sources of losses in manufacturing and measure improvement efforts. In this course, you will learn the purpose of OEE and how it is calculated. You will learn the different OEE factors, methods of calculating OEE, world-class techniques for implementing and improving the OEE values etc. At the end of the course, you will be able to: • Define Overall Equipment Effectiveness, or OEE • State the purpose of OEE • Define availability, performance, and quality factors • Describe how OEE is calculated • List the required data and describe how to implement OEE • Describe how to analyze OEE • Define each of the Six Big Losses • Describe the OEE improvement methodologies that can be applied to reduce each of the Six Big Losses • Compare the IDA methodology with OEE Who this course is for: 1. Quality control/Quality Assurance personnel and managers 2. Project team members, coordinators, supervisors and managers. 3. Quality management students and professionals. 4. Individuals who wish to learn or improve their knowledge of OEE. 5. Business leaders and managers, line supervisors/managers, customer service personnel and managers. 6. Engineers, manufacturing and production officers, technicians and technologists. You would be issued a printable digital certificate via mail after completing this course and scoring at least 70% in the assessment. The assessment would be sent to you via mail after completing your study. NOTE THAT YOU HAVE A LIFETIME ACCESS TO THIS COURSE ONCE YOU ENROL!

Course Content

The Course includes

7 Sections

7 Lessons