Computerized maintenance management system (cmms)

2. Feb 2015

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Computerized maintenance management system (cmms)

  2. COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM(CMMS)  A CMMS software package maintains a computer database of information about an organization’s maintenance operations.  This information is intended to help maintenance workers do their jobs more effective.
  3. Benefits  Achieving high efficiency.  Minimizing usage of parts and labor.  Maximizing usage of equipments and minimizing downtime.  Maximizing equipments lifetime and replacement period.  Minimizing maintenance and operation costs.  Maximizing profits.  Raising performance levels.  Allows the safe and efficient functioning.
  4. The CMMS enables management to:  Schedule preventive and predictive maintenance procedures, and parts and labor utilization for maintenance tasks.  Project and monitor downtime and causes.  Project and monitor costs, repairs, and usage of spare parts and labor.  Analyze failures, costs, maintenance procedures, and resource usage.
  5. Functional Requirements of CMMS  1. Asset Management & Asset Register Function  2. Inventory Management Function  3. Work Order Function  4. Job Planning Function  5. Resource Planning Function  6. Schedule Planning Function  7. Maintenance management  8. Purchasing Function  9. Reporting Functions
  6. CMMS Engineers Spare Parts Suppliers Contracts Work Request Work Order maintenance management Restocking Alert Inventory Management Planning Purchase Order Budget Management
  7. 1. Asset Management & Asset Register Function  Location details of equipments and it’s hierarchy.  Building spare parts and sub-assembly catalogues .  Links to inventory management and purchase functions.
  8. 2. Inventory Management Function  Tracking of stocked and non-stocked items through multiple stores.  Tracking of items, costs and balances by bin, lot and storeroom.  Stock replenishment when inventory falls below minimum levels  ABC and XYZ analysis .
  9. 3. Work Order Function  Viewing comprehensive and detailed planning information such as  • Work Plans  • Target and scheduled date  • Costs  • Labour, materials, Skill set / crafts,  • Failure analysis  Predictive maintenance.  Scheduling of work orders based on real time criticality and logistics.
  10. 4. Job Planning Function  Tracking of costs by operation or job plan.  Linking job plans sequentially, each with it’s own parts, labour and tool estimates.
  11. 5. Resource Planning Function  Resource function shall allow to maintain detailed resource information to plan and analyze maintenance work related to company, service contract, tools etc.
  12. 6. Schedule Planning Function  Scheduling function shall enable to forecast future preventive maintenance dates for resource planning.
  13. 7. Maintenance Management  Allows each asset / equipment to have a defined maintenance profile  Helps to schedule planned preventive and predictive maintenance routines.  Control maintenance procedures.
  14. 8. Purchasing Function  Creation of purchase requisitions or purchase orders either from scratch or from the inventory or work order modules.  Analyzing of vendor performance before ordering of part.  Auto re-orders generation for the spares, when stock falls below re-order level.
  15. 9. Reporting Functions  Standard Reports-Generation of standard reports on work orders, safety plans, inventory values and other critical points about maintenance operations.  Report types- Capabilities shall include columnar reports, forms, Bar Charts, Pie Charts, Cross tabs etc.
  16. CMMS- Computerized Maintenance Management System ERP –Enterprise Resource Planning EAM -Enterprise Asset Management
  17. ERP or CMMS – fundamental differences  ERP  ERP systems are built around accounting.  ERP systems often takes fixed asset module in accounting as starting point.  Covering basic maintenance functionality.  CMMS  CMMS systems are developed with the maintenance processes in focus.  Deeper functionality for maintenance specific tasks.
  18. CMMS in ISA 95 - Control Hierarchy Levels CMMS
  19. Asset optimization and maintenance (CMMS) support
  20. Case study :CMMS for bus fleet: computer network
  21. Case study : CMMS for bus fleet: various modules
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