Below is an SOP Best Practice primarily intended for customers utilizing the Equipment Utilization features. If you're a customer with CMMS, Spindle's Computerized Maintenance Management System, you also have Equipment Utilization. Consider checking out this alternative Best Practice. It covers all the information below and even more about Spindle's Computerized Maintenance Management System!
This best practice guide aims to provide a comprehensive Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for individuals tasked with reviewing maintenance data. It is aimed at assisting maintenance leaders in comprehending and utilizing SpindleLIVE effectively. The ultimate goal is to facilitate accurate data capture, enabling improvement. This guide is categorized into continuous, daily, weekly, and monthly sections containing specific links for detailed instructions.
Continuous Best Practices
These tasks should be consistently executed 3 - 4 times within the working day to gain a deeper understanding and visibility of ongoing operations.
Monitor Spindle Displays Throughout the Day
A key to helping understand your operation is monitoring your Spindle displays. They offer real-time views of performance, labor, and production, and will provide alerts to any significant issues. It's important to make regular checks to detect and solve problems early. You can learn more about this process in the Best Practice for your Spindle Displays article.
Facility Page Checks
The Facility Page on SpindleLIVE provides a quick snapshot of the plant's performance. Regularly monitoring this page can help identify any issues in productivity, machine operation, or worker efficiency, providing a prompt opportunity for remediation. Further details can be found Best Practice for Facility Page article.
Daily Best Practices
Perform these procedures every morning to review the previous business day.
Ensuring login compliance is a crucial element of operational efficiency. Compliance is necessary to accurately track labor and identify any productivity issues. Regular daily checks help identify patterns and make timely interventions. For detailed instructions, visit this Best Practice for Login Compliance article.
End of Day Check
Concluding the day with a comprehensive review of SpindleLIVE data helps identify any operational anomalies and ensures readiness for the next day. The Best Practice for End of Day provides detailed steps for end-of-day checks.
Weekly & Monthly Best Practices
At this level, we begin exploring equipment-specific opportunities by reviewing historical data.
Equipment Opportunity Checks
Regular checks on equipment data help identify inefficiencies and opportunities for enhancement. Tracking historical performance can aid in making informed decisions for future operations. Check out the Best Practice for Equipment Opportunity to learn more about equipment opportunities.
Weekly and monthly assessments of login compliance are essential to maintain operational efficiency and labor tracking. Consistent reviews ensure accurate reporting and help pinpoint potential issues. For detailed instructions, visit this Best Practice for Login Compliance article.
General Maintenance Task Review
A comprehensive review of general maintenance tasks helps identify areas of improvement and potential issues in your maintenance operations. Detailed instructions can be accessed here in the Best Practice for General Maintenance Tasks.
Lastly, this User Training Guide for Equipment Utilization provides valuable insights for those looking to get started or enhance their understanding of Equipment Utilization. We recommend that users refer to these detailed guides for a more in-depth understanding of each procedure.