Overview

  • Asset Maintenance

    Maintaining an Asset:

    1. Manage a master list of assets/equipment and their components 

    Examples:Delivery Trucks 
    Printers 
    Machinery 

    2. Schedule preventative maintenance (PMs)

    3. Perform the scheduled maintenance events as they come due 

    4. Perform "corrective" events as necessary

Assets

  • Overview
    Manage a master list of assets/equipment and their components.  







    Categorize them by asset type, make and model. 




    Assign and manage specific components that require maintenance to each asset

  • Components
    Manage and maintain specific components of an asset.  





PM Schedules

  • Basic PM Schedule (Every X Days/X Months)
    Schedule to have preventative maintenance performed for each asset and/or component on a regular basis. 

    Example: Check the printer toner Every 30 days
    Every 6 months 




    Once the PM is created, add the necessary maintenance actions to be performed for that PM

    Note:
    Selecting to collect a value will require a value to be entered during the completion of the PM Event.  For example, if a pH Reading is needed or if a "signoff" is needed to confirm completion of the action etc.


     





    Note: Once a PM has been created, Maintenance Events, with the actions needing to be performed, will automatically generate as they come due.
  • Metered PM Schedule (Every X Miles)
    Schedule to have preventative maintenance performed for each asset and/or component on a regular basis, based on a metered measurement. 
     
    Example: Perform an Oil Change
    Every 3000 miles

    Steps: 

    1. Create the PM based on a metered measurement  



    Once the PM is created, add the necessary maintenance actions to be performed for that PM
     
    Note:
    Selecting to collect a value will require a value to be entered during the completion of the PM Event.  For example, if a pH Reading is needed or if a "signoff" is needed to confirm completion of the action etc.




     
     
    2. Create an additional PM to update the meter.  This is required, as all metered PMs will generate automatically when due based off of the current meter reading recorded. 


    Add the actions to perform the meter update 



     
    Note:Once both PMs have been created, Maintenance Events, with the actions needing to be performed, will automatically generate as they come due.
  • PM Actions
    Create a list of actions that need to be performed for each PM.  



    Note:Selecting to collect a value will require a value to be entered during the completion of the PM Event.  For example, if a pH Reading is needed, or if a "signoff" is needed to confirm completion of the action etc.







    Editing PM Actions

    -> Changes to the PM Schedule Setup/Actions will update all subsequent PM Events in queued status only immediately, but will not affect events that have been started already.  All actions currently assigned to those queued events will be overridden with the new PM Actions. 


Maintenance Events

  • Scheduled Events
    Maintenance events are automatically generated when due based on PM schedule setup.  Newly generated events are placed in a queue while they await to be started/completed. 




    Event Setup: 

    Assign the workers who will be performing the actions 






    Starting the Event:
     

    Start the event to begin the maintenance 





    Add any additional actions to the event 





    As actions are completed, input any values obtained or enter a simple "complete" etc. to confirm the completion of the action.  Only those actions setup to require values will need a value input. 








    Completing the Event:
     

    Complete the event once all actions have been completed









     
  • Event Actions
    Additional actions can be added to maintenance events in conjunction with those assigned in PM schedule setup





    As actions are completed, input any values obtained or enter a simple "complete" etc. to confirm the completion of the action.  Only those actions setup to require values will need a value input. 








    Editing PM Actions

    -> Changes to the PM Schedule Setup/Actions will update all subsequent PM Events and their actions in queued status only immediately, but will not affect events that have been started already.  All actions currently assigned to those queued events will be overridden with the new PM Actions. 
     
  • Workers
    Assign workers to each action to be completed for an event 









Corrective Events

  • Corrective Events
    Perform corrective maintenance by creating miscellaneous corrective events 







    Add actions to the event 






    Additional Event Setup: 

    Assign the workers who will be performing the actions 






    Perform Event Actions:
     

    Perform each action.  As actions are completed, input any values obtained or enter a simple "complete" etc. to confirm the completion of the action.  Only those actions setup to require values will need a value input. 










    Completing the Event:
     

    Complete the event once all actions have been completed





     
  • Event Actions
    Add actions to corrective events








    Perform Event Actions:
     

    Perform each action.  As actions are completed, input any values obtained or enter a simple "complete" etc. to confirm the completion of the action.  Only those actions setup to require values will need a value input. 











     
  • Workers
    Assign workers to each action to be completed for an event 







  • Event Attachments
    Add attachments to each corrective maintenance event 
     
    Examples:
    Receipts
    Images








RF Scanning of PM Events

  • RF PM Events
    Perform and record each action right on the spot for a PM through scanning asset, component and event barcodes.



    Print PM events with barcodes to scan when performing the event 






    Scan the asset/component's barcode or enter the asset/component ID to start performing the maintenance for the event 

    Note:
    Asset/component barcodes are custom ITS labels that are created, printed and attached to each asset/component 





    Scan the event's barcode from the PM printout 



     

    Fill in a value for each action as necessary 







    Click complete to officially complete and close out the event





    Note: Any meter readings taken during an event will update the meter reading of the asset only once the event has been officially completed