Shopfloor Management with OEE

2 days Workshop

8-24 Participants

How to use OEE as a central steering instrument in the daily operation.

  • What can be made visible with OEE?
  • What are the consequences of seeing nasty things?
  • Turning discovered ‘nasty things’ into great opportunities
  • Psychology of Reporting
  • Who is reporting what to whom?
  • What does ‘daily management’ mean?
  • What can daily management look like?
  • What will be the results?
  • Defining the agenda’s
  • Defining the reports
  • Defining roles and rules

A practical workshop that covers not only useful theory but also leaves the team with all preparations done to start next day

OEE training in China

OEE Kick-off event

3,5 hours OEE event for all manufacturing staff members and shopfloor teams;
30 – 100+ participants

Overview of the improvement strategy based on OEE

  • What is OEE
  • To what problem is OEE a solution
  • How to calculate OEE
  • How to steer based on OEE
  • How to abuse OEE when you are a manager (and why that does not makes sense)
  • What is to be achieved
  • Questions of the team

Goal: bringing the site to a mutual understanding of basic concepts around OEE; taking away misconceptions and fears, creating support for changes


OEE Implementation Week

OEE Implementation on 1 to 4 machines, within one week:

  • Installation of OEE software for data-entry and analyses
  • OEE awareness training for complete factory population (30 – 100+ participants)
  • OEE definitions, together with shopfloor teammembers and teamleaders
  • Implementaion of the definitions in the software
  • Determination and validation of maximum speed definitions
  • Setting up a data-collection methodology
  • Training of the shopfloor team
  • Testrun in life production
  • Presentation of first loss-visualisations
  • 100 Days action plan for implementation of daily shopfloor management based on OEE

OEE Shopfloor Training

2,5 hours OEE training for the shopfloor team;
4 – 8 participants of the shopfloor team

Practical instructions:

  • How to register common situations
  • How to interpret the numbers
  • How to respond to different situations
  • How to abuse OEE (and why that does not makes sense)
  • What is to be achieved
  • Questions of the team

Goal: Creating a team that understands what OEE is, why it is used, what the advantages are and has no ‘old school misconceptions’ about OEE

OEE Shopfloor Training