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Putting Assets on hold


Has anyone had a scenario of putting assets on hold (eg. Truck needs to be repaired for 3mos)? Would like to know if someone had the similar process.

What happens to the maintenance plans linked to them and the related maintenance orders?

Do you still create measuring documents while these assets are put on hold?

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  • Jun 30, 2017 at 10:58 AM

    Lock the plan for the duration.

    Then at the end of the duration you will need to reschedule the plan.


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  • Aug 27, 2017 at 07:57 AM

    Hi Nazarene,

    If the equipment will not be involved for any other order creations or work, then you can set the inactive status for the equipment which will avoid scheduling of maintenance plans.

    1. If you are ok to keep the orders open and change the basic dates, set the completion requirement check box in maintenance plan and generate one order, dont TECO. May be you can link the repair order for that equipment to this order.

    2. If the plans are related to measurement documents (counters), then you dont need to do any thing, since on scheduling if the counter is reached then only it will generate the order, so dont post the measurement documents. (Check this concept in the system).

    3. Create a new sort and assign to the plan, so it can be avoided when executing the batch job.



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