Work-order Management with John Reeve
Work-order management is the key for successful asset management programs. It is usually incorporated in the CMMS in its designing stages to obtain knowledgeable information out of the system. It can be defined as the process of tracking of all the maintenance activities from initiation to completion. Work orders are used to keep record of every task that is being carried in the facility. It can be planned—when you have bigger jobs to perform such as condition-based monitoring—or it can be unplanned in case of small corrective actions of simple fixes.
In this episode, we covered:
- What role does Work-order management play in asset management programs?
- Why are planned work orders a good idea when there are complicated tasks to be carried out?
- How can you save money even if you don’t have a formal work-order management process in place?
- And much more!