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CMMS Computerised maintenance management systems CMMS is a software package maintains a computer database about organisations maintenance operations.

. Objectives 1. Provide PdM capability. With the help of CMMS software, continuous monitoring services can be developed to enable PdM. 2. Fast notification. Quick notification of plant issues can reduce response time and therefore increase the availability of equipment and reduce downtime. 3. Effective spare management. Reduce the spare part outage, and reduce downtime. 4. Provide indicator reports. CMMS generates reports, identify the key equipment issues. 5. Effective work order management. Prioritize the work order 6. Effective customer communication. E.g. supplier, know the lead time for parts to arrive 7. Reduce administrative labour and paperwork. CMMS - MEOP Operations Downtime schedule Repair request Equipment historical date

Maintenance Work order Work order planning PM planning

Engineering Project planning

Procurement Part Usage history Parts to Equipment xreference. Cost

Equipment module: It tracks equipment data, such as serial numbers, date of manufacturing, date of commissioning, congurations, upgrade history, acquisition costs, and installation costs, upgrade costs, purchase agreements, service contracts, user manuals, vendor contact information, and the like. Work order module allows work order generation, assignment, notication, update, closure, retreat, and record keeping. Preventive Maintenance Module: The PM module keeps track of the PM schedules, PM task checklists, and materials lists. It allows maintenance managers or planners to schedule dierent types of PM easily in advance Safety Module keeps track of safety records and documents, such as Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs), hazardous materials used by the equipment, safety buy-o acceptance documents and dates, lockout and shutdown procedures, safety incidents, permits, and so on. Labour Module: A full-scale labour module can track all maintenance personnel proles and personal records, such as skill levels, training records, certications, pay rates, salaries, work schedules, attendance, vacation, sick days, and overtime. Inventory Module: manages the maintenance inventory, such as spares, tools, and materials. It is similar to a library management system that keeps track of the categories and the location of inventory as well as manages the checkout and return of the inventory. Financial Module: records and controls the costs spent in maintenance activities, such as contract costs, labour costs, and materials costs.