Tool Box Training - Work Order Close Out(1)

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Accurate Work Order Close Out is important for the continuous improvement of any organization.

The objective of accurate data collection is to assist management in making the right decisions at the right time and to empower workers to make decisions at the floor level.

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  • 1. Accurate Work Order Close Out “TOOL BOX TRAINING” Reference: ISO 14224 Accurate Work Order Close Out is important for 11. Without the previously stated information one the continuous improvement of any organization. cannot determine the; a. Dominant Failure Thread – which The objective of accurate data collection is to assist management in making the right decisions at the component has the most specific failure right time and to empower workers to make modes with a specific cause across multiple decisions at the floor level. assets General Rules: Work Orders should have at the minimum the: 1. All work is covered by a work order 2. The Correct Work Order Code (breakdown (1), urgent (2), etc.) 3. The Correct Equipment Number, at the Right Level 4. The maintenance person’s accurate total work hours charged to this work order b. Dominant Failure Pattern – which failure 5. The start time and completed time on the job pattern is the most dominant and what are 6. Comments from the maintenance person as to what the major causes of failures for this pattern. work was performed This allows one to develop strategies to 7. Any recommendation to changes to maintenance eliminate unacceptable failures which impact strategy or procedure the organization. 8. Any parts used whether from the storeroom or not 9. The maintenance person’s signature. WARNING: Without the above information one cannot determine; WARNING: Without the above information one • Actual maintenance cost for specific assets cannot determine; • Mean Time Between Failure a. The Component (across area, plant, etc) with • Mean Time To Repair the most failures • Mean Time Between Repairs b. The most frequent Failure Mode for the • Rework most frequently failed component • If a PM Procedure is effective c. The Component “Cause” for the majority of • If a specific type repair is effective these failures. • If a maintenance strategy meets the intent of d. Pareto Causes of Failures in most the end users “Dominant Failure Pattern” 10. Repair or Corrective Work orders must include everything as stated above plus a. component code “In the absence of quality data we have reactivity” b. failure code Just a Thought! c. Cause code. Page 1 of 1 GPAllied 4360 Corporate Road If you have questions or suggested topics send an email to Suite 110 rsmith@gpallied.com Charleston, SC 29405 Office (843) 414-5760 Fax (843) 414-5779 Copyright 2010 www.gpallied.com