Access the alerts module to know what you have to attend to

The MP has an alerts module in order to report on relevant maintenance aspects that need to be addressed.

The alerts module is a convenient way to navigate the program.

From the alerts module you can go directly to everything you need to attend to

Access to the alerts module is found in the main menu of the MP.

In the alerts module you will be able to consult and attend:

Equipment alert with outdated readings

If an alert appears indicating that you have computers with outdated readings, access the module. All computers that require updating their readings will be displayed. From the module you can update reading of all the teams that require it.

ALERTS MODULE (EQUIPMENT WITH OUTDATED READINGS)

Equipment alert with measurements outside or near limit

If an alert appears indicating that you have equipment with measurements outside or near limits, access the module. All equipment that has a measurement outside or close to the limits will be displayed.

From this module you can register a new measurement. If the new measurement is within the limits, the equipment will automatically stop appearing in the list. In the same way, you can generate a report for the team to be attended to. Once the anomaly is repaired, you must record a new measurement and when it is within the limits, the equipment will no longer appear on the list.

ALERTS MODULE (EQUIPMENT WITH MEASUREMENTS OUTSIDE OR NEAR LIMITS)

Out of service equipment alert

This section shows all the equipment that has been marked as out of service, from here, we can modify the date on which they will start up again, indicate that it will restart its service, or cancel the out of service status.

It is important to remember that when marking the equipment or locations out of service, the upcoming maintenance dates that were initially scheduled, the MP recalculates them, moving them a period of time equal to the time they will be out of service.

Equipment alert without assigned plan

A fundamental part of routine maintenance control is the formation of maintenance plans or routines.
Maintenance plans or routines are models that contain information regarding routine maintenance activities that must be performed on equipment. Routine maintenance activities generally consist of actions aimed at preventing failures and are carried out cyclically and repetitively with a determined frequency.

To control routine maintenance, it is necessary to link each piece of equipment or location with a maintenance plan, since the maintenance plan (master) is the one that contains the information about the routine activities that must be carried out.

If an alert appears indicating that you have equipment without an assigned plan, you must enter the module to link equipment to a maintenance plan.

Alerts of maintenance plans without equipment or localization assigned

A fundamental part of routine maintenance control is the formation of maintenance plans or routines.
Maintenance plans or routines are models that contain information regarding routine maintenance activities that must be performed on equipment. Routine maintenance activities generally consist of actions aimed at preventing failures and are carried out cyclically and repetitively with a determined frequency.

To control routine maintenance, it is necessary to link each piece of equipment or location with a maintenance plan, since the maintenance plan (master) is the one that contains the information about the routine activities that must be carried out.

If an alert appears indicating that you have maintenance plans that have not been associated with equipment or locations, access the module to link the maintenance plans that you have not yet associated with a device or location.

Routine maintenance overdue alert

If an alert appears indicating that you have routine maintenance overdue, access the module. A list will be displayed with all the routine maintenance delayed grouped by equipment or property, indicating the date that was scheduled to carry out the activity, as well as the days of delay.

From this module you can advance or postpone activities, record activities carried out without OT and generate OT's of the activities you want to carry out at that time.

Not confirmed initial routine maintenance alert

If an alert appears indicating that you have unconfirmed initial routine maintenance, access the module. Equipment whose initial routine maintenance (startup dates or startup readings) has not been confirmed will be displayed. From this module you can edit and confirm initial maintenance.

By confirming the initial maintenance or start-up dates, the user establishes in the system that he has reviewed the start-up dates or readings and that therefore, work orders can be generated. This is important, as once an activity is included in a work order, it will no longer be feasible to modify its initial maintenance or start dates.

The purpose of this confirmation is to guarantee that the system starts up with real information that corresponds to the last maintenance physically carried out on the equipment, however, if the user does not confirm, they can continue with the preparation of work orders with the dates or readings of boot that are registered.

Alert of routine maintenance modified by the user

If an alert appears indicating that there are routine maintenance modified by the user, access the module. All activities whose next maintenance dates have been early or late by a user. You will be able to check the date or reading of the next maintenance that the system had calculated, the date or reading edited by the user, as well as the reason described by the user to justify the modification.

Overdue non-routine work alert

If you get an alert indicating that there are non-routine jobs overdue, access the module. All non-routine work overdue will be displayed, showing the reported failure, the date the failure was reported, the date that the activity was scheduled to take place, as well as the days late. From this module you can edit the selected non-routine work.

Alert of expired work orders

If an alert appears indicating that there are expired work orders, access the module. Overdue work orders that have exceeded the tolerance in days will be displayed to be updated and closed. From this module you can mark these orders as ready to close and / or close them, so as not to be carrying overdue OTs for too long.

In configuration options the user establishes said tolerance according to his own criteria.

Equipment alert with measurements coming from external sources outside or near limit

If an alert appears indicating that you have measurements from external sources outside or close to limits, access the module. All equipment that has a measurement outside or close to the limits will be displayed.

From this module you can generate a report for the team to be served. Once the anomaly has been repaired, you must record a new measurement and when it is within the limits, the equipment will no longer appear on the list.

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