When the Operations team was changing a job plan, the wrong date was entered, and it created over 1,800 work tasks. They have since tried to retire them and they changed to Draft status. To get rid of these, can the job plan itself be retired?
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Are you new to using TRIRIGA? Do you wonder how to ever get started with your Preventive Maintenance (PM) schedules?
I know that when I came over to TRIRIGA, I had some trouble. So I am going to go through creating a work plan that includes a service plan and what that means for your task creation. Most PM schedules have some kind of job plan – a list of tasks that need to get done and will occur on a schedule, whether weekly, monthly, quarterly, yearly, or longer.
The first step is to create your job plan, which is called Plan Work in TRIRIGA. This is found under Maintenance > Preventive Maintenance > Plan Work. Your job plan is based on assets, locations, or systems. What is a system? A system is a collection of assets or locations. After you have identified whether your job plan is for assets or locations, you can go create your PM schedule. This is where it really gets “fun”…
During the creation of a job plan (Maintenance > Preventative Maintenance > Plan Work > Add), a schedule is to be added.
In the Create Schedule window, the PM event creation window is opened to create a recurring event. After adding the recurrence details, we click Next and click Continue. Clicking Continue takes 8-10 seconds for a single user and 8-20 seconds during load. In our analysis, we see that “PMEvent – Synchronous – Create Scheduled Events and Create Project or Tasks” is the workflow that takes the time during the execution…
We needed to make the scheduling process into an asynchronous process, and needed to make sure that scheduled tasks are created correctly as set up by the recurrence pattern…