Truly, a PM schedule that stays with the equipment record – that’s what EMDECS’ Tech RO can deliver. Imagine, whenever a unit record is opened into Tech RO, any due PMs will display as work waiting to be done. Perform the work and have an electronic inspection form attached to help identify further work required.…Details
An sometimes overlooked aspect of running a fleet is the execution of a Preventative Maintenance (PM) plan. Some fleets have a service manager who knows the schedules of the units in his fleet, but fails to do PM work in a timely fashion. This can result in a higher percentage of machine breakdowns and shorter life expectancies…Details
Yes – EMDECS (2nd generation) has integrated on-screen inspection forms for PM services. A customizable inspection form can be automatically attached to any designated PM service within EMDECS – service reminders created for any item that does not pass inspection – plus, optional on-screen signature capture for certification. With integrated inspection forms, all flagged maintenance concerns…Details
Yes – This is sometimes preferred for fleets. If setup this way, no matter if a PM is performed early or late, the next due date is already fixed.
When adding a new unit to an existing PM schedule, establish an initial service date or reading from which the system can calculate future PM services. Initial readings are added to the unit’s equipment record in EMDECS.