Best Practice - Continuously monitor the Spindle Displays throughout the dayFollow
The purpose of this "best practice" is to provide Maintenance Leaders with the necessary tools to aide in providing real-time visibility into Equipment status, as well as their Scheduled Maintenance tasks. These displays are typically placed inside the Engineering shop (as well as other locations throughout the plant), and are updated every minute with current statuses. Review the below information in this guide for a better understanding of key items to look for.
Maintenance Display - Equipment Status
- The Equipment Status display provides Maintenance Leaders with real-time visibility into their equipment statuses. It is broken down into 2 sections:
- Pending Maintenance - displays equipment currently in a Pending Maintenance status, and awaiting Maintenance Personnel for repair.
- Down for Maintenance - displays equipment currently in a Down for Maintenance status, along with amount of time equipment has been down and Maintenance Worker(s) currently repairing the equipment.
Maintenance Display - Scheduled Maintenance
- The Scheduled Maintenance display provides an overview of all PMs and Work Orders that are scheduled for the current week, to include any overdue tasks (highlighted in RED).
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