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Sasa Ciglar

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  1. Does anyone use the service modul from Navision? Any experiences? BR
  2. This is a screenshot of the tool I got. The screenshot is not so good, but you see why. This matrix is too complecated. In my opinion useless. Maybe that is the reasion, why i didn't start to use one.
  3. Maybe i didn't work with the right matrixe lay-out. We got it from a consulting company - in my oppinion they learned at our department and they made the first matrix. The problem of this matrix was, that we needed to fill in (in my oppinion) too much datas. This is one of the main reasons why it wasn't acceptet. maybe you can upload just a screenshot of your matrix. best regards, Saša
  4. We hold it very simple. We have thre categories: 1. Not important (this means it has to be done in at least the next three months - no influence on production or on other assets or on quality,...). 2. Important (it has to be done at the next planned shutdown or until the next shutdown). 3.) High importance (it has to be done with highest priority - before it comes to an unplanned shutdown, or if the task is in correlation with safety for people or environment). I also tried with a risk matrix, but it is not ready, yet and it seems not to be accepted (at the moment).
  5. Thank you. Good idea. You built an interresting forum.
  6. Hello Mr. Jim Vantyghem. (There was a problem posting so here is the whole post again but with more answers) Let me give you some answers and oppinions to your questions. ad 1: I always try to get as much informations as possible -the more detailed informations, the better for doing analyses. ad 2: lubrication plan must have all the informations: period of lubricating, amount, lubricant. Why: the amount is important - too much amount lubricant can be more harmfull than too little, also the time intervall of lubricating (it is better to lubricate oftener small amounts than in a longer period and a big amount). Not all lubricants are compatible - thats why i suggest to use the same and give the info in the work order. ad 3: that is not easy to answer. Maybe you should more specify this question. ad 4: in my oppinion it is not necessary. I use this only for very important actions. ad 5: No. Our teams have enough experience to decide about the parts. And yes, with the work order we give as an attachment drawings/instructions (not for easy tasks). ad 6. Yes. In that way it is easier to prepair the action and you have controll, that you have everything with you when starting the task. ad 7: Not yet, but i am thinking about to use this. ad 8: Yes. Sometimes we need outsorcing for special tasks for which we are not speciallized, or we don't have special tools. For shut downs with lot of tasks in a short planned time we use outside services to get enough manpower. ad 9: Yes. For this we use check marks. ad 10: Not yet. Thinking about it - should be done by the teamleader or the foreman. ad 11: Yes, for special tasks. Once per year. ad 12: Yes, for sure. Because you have to plan it. Inspection is in my oppinion one of the most important tasks in predictive maintenance. So here we should not undervalue such tasks (as said - this is may oppinion and my experiences). At the momet i am at about 8% spending time. ad 13: I do revisions when something unexpected happens (unplanned shutdown/breaks because of a failure) despite of doing regular inspections. the decision is made by the maintenance management after analysing causes and effects. ad 14: I don't understand this question realy - but inspections have to be exactly planned. The period depends on what you measure (runnig time, kilometers, rpm, produced peaces, working hours, and so on). That means a 100% planning. I hope some of my answer was at least a little helpful and i hope my english is o.k. enough to be understood. We can discuss more. Maybe you can give me your experiences or oppionions on the points. BR Saša Ciglar
  7. Hello Jim. Let me give you some answers and oppinions to your questions. ad 1: I always try to get as much informations as possible -the more detailed informations, the better for doing analyses. ad 2: lubrication plan must have all the informations: period of lubricating, amount, lubricant. Why: the amount is important - too much amount lubricant can be more harmfull than too little, also the time intervall of lubricating (it is better to lubricate oftener small amounts than in a longer period and a big amount). Not all lubricants are compatible - thats why i suggest to use the same and give the info in the work order. ad 3: that is not easy to answer. Maybe you should more specify this question. ad 4: in my oppinion it is not necessary. I use this only for very important actions. ad 5: No. Our teams have enough experience to decide about the parts. And yes, with the work order we give as an attachment drawings/instructions (not for easy tasks). ad 6. Yes. In that way it is easier to prepair the action and you have controll, that you have everything with you when starting the task. ad 7: Not yet, but i am thinking about to use this. (the next answer i Will give later) I hope some of my answer was at least a little helpful. BR Saša
  8. Hello alltogether. I am responsible for maintenance in a papermill in Slovenia. I am working in maintenance about 15 years, i am very interested in the new ISO 55000 series and i hope we can discuss here a lot of it.
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