Processing-related issues

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Senior Asset Reliability Manager, Land O'Lakes
8/7/16 - 6:37pm
Overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) brings value to the processing and packaging industry, but it is often misinterpreted. When you look at OEE, it’s important to recognize all of its aspects and what they mean to stakeholders, including risk reductions, capacity and predictability, and process control. Because world-class OEE is 85% and you will never achieve 100%, Mark Hanley explains the importance of standardizing its definition and measurement, so OEE is better understood across the industry.

Processing-related issues

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Senior Asset Reliability Manager, Land O'Lakes
8/7/16 - 6:29pm
The OEE Starter Tool provides a rough estimate of the “size of the prize” of a project’s potential savings. Mark Hanley reviews how this tool is easy to use and can be adopted at any plant.

Processing-related issues

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Senior Asset Reliability Manager, Land O'Lakes
8/7/16 - 6:26pm
The OEE Benefits Calculator helps you find opportunities for increased efficiency on the plant floor. Mark Hanley provides an overview of the calculator, and how you can effectively use it to determine direct labor wages and overtime, raw material ingredient and packaging yield, and reductions in unplanned stops.

Processing-related issues

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Senior Asset Reliability Manager, Land O'Lakes
8/7/16 - 6:20pm
Mark Hanley reviews how to use the OEE Benefits Calculator to set target performances. This data will evaluate the impact of direct labor, weekly line performance, improvements in the operation and speed of the lines, and if changes are needed to sanitation and planned maintenance.

Processing-related issues

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Senior Asset Reliability Manager, Land O' Lakes
8/7/16 - 5:45pm
The OEE Benefits Calculator helps evaluate cost proforma through its detailed results (tab 4). Mark Hanley explains how to enter data into the Benefits Calculator to estimate labor scheduling. Included in the detail is the breakdown of hours, holidays and estimated daily downtime.

Processing-related issues

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Senior Asset Reliability Manager, Land O'Lakes
8/7/16 - 5:24pm
The OEE Benefits Calculator summary section (tabs 5a and 5b) outlines a breakdown of possible savings through baseline performance. Mark Hanley reviews how to analyze the data that shows the value of improvement in the future versus current state, as well as the predicted OEE increase.

Download the OEE Benefits Calculator here.

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