▷ How to use OEE Toolkit reports during your Daily Stand Up
Tips that help you get the most out of your OEE Toolkit
In this video we’ll talk about Daily Management and which reports you can use during the daily stand up, morning kick-off, or shift handover.
How to use OEE Toolkit reports during your daily stand up
During the morning kick-off, people of all the different disciplines within a production environment gather around and review the previous day’s events. Typically, events that happened and influenced yesterday’s production in any way are reviewed. This might lead up to discussions about what might have been the cause of these events.
Without having data available – or not having correct data about what actually happened – these discussions can lead to wrong conclusions or no conclusions at all. Does this scenario sound familiar? Then the next few tips may give you just the insight to help you shift your focus on the real problems that occur during your production shifts. It will also help you with digging into the root cause of those problems. And with reducing or even completely eliminating the occurrences of these problems.
1. Prepare the Management Report for the stand up
The Management Report of the production lines shows an overview of the production status of the previous day. It gives a direct overview of how the lines performed against targets. It also shows a top 10 of disturbances – planned or unplanned idles or waiting times. The Management Report can be emailed to you automatically at a time you choose, so it is available in your mailbox by the time you need it.
2. Detailed Shift Report for discussing production problems
In order to discuss the problems that occurred, create a detailed Shift Report – or Period Report – of the lines that show anomalies. The Shift Report gives a more detailed view of the activities that took place during production. It helps you in finding which activities caused problems and in addressing the biggest losses.
3. Effects of improvements over a longer time period
If you want to get insight into the effects of the improvements over a longer period of time, choose the Availability or the Performance chart, or both, depending on the kind of improvement measures that have been done lately.
- The Availability chart shows a Pareto of time losses, categorized into the four main categories of idle times
- The Performance chart shows a bar chart with the speed losses
That’s it for the tip on how to use OEE Toolkit reports during the daily stand up. We hope you find this useful. Please contact us if you have more questions.
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