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Using IBM MAXIMO Safety Plans

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Safety plans provide all the safety related information about an asset or location in one record, which you can then copy to job plans and work orders. You must clearly associate safety requirements and procedures with work orders to fulfill the requirements of regulatory agencies.

A safety plan includes all the information needed to safely perform a specific type of work or job plan. To create a safety plan, you need to understand the relationship between its work assets and locations, related assets and locations, and all related hazards, hazardous materials, precautions, and tag out procedures.

- Associate Safety Plans to Locations, Assets, Rotating Items and Job Plans for association with Work Orders

- Inform employees of hazards they may encounter while performing work, as well as the actions they must take to prevent accidents

- Familiarize and train employees to reduce, report and avoid hazards.

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Using IBM MAXIMO Safety Plans

  1. 1. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika Using MAXIMO Safety Plans PT. CHANGSHIN REKSA JAYA D u a n e A r i t o n a n g Senior EAM Consultant – IBM Maximo Solution Last Update: 2016-April-03
  2. 2. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika2 Many Enterprises are Challenged with the Same Types of Pressures in different ways…
  3. 3. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika3 Using Maximo Safety Plans  Module Overview  Use Cases  Creating Safety Plans Applications • Safety Plans • Hazards • Precautions • Lock Outs/Tag Outs
  4. 4. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika4 Enterprise Asset Management Safety Plans Module Overview
  5. 5. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika5  A safety plan includes all the information needed to safely perform a specific type of work or job plan. To create a safety plan, you need to understand the relationship between its work assets and locations, related assets and locations, and all related hazards, hazardous materials, precautions, and tag out procedures.  Before you create a safety plan, consider the following: Have a specific job in mind that requires a safety plan.  List the work assets and locations on which a job plan might use this safety plan. When you create a safety plan, the work asset combined with the type of work dictates the safety information that is required.  Understand how hazards relate to the work assets.  List all related assets and locations that might cause hazards or other safety problems when a job plan is used. You create this asset list on the Safety-Related Assets subtab, which is on the Safety tab in the Assets application and the Locations application. Safety Plans Module Overview
  6. 6. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika6  Safety plans provide all the safety related information about an asset or location in one record, which you can then copy to job plans and work orders. You must clearly associate safety requirements and procedures with work orders to fulfill the requirements of regulatory agencies. You use the Safety Plans application to create safety plans and to add and view associated work assets, hazards, precautions, and tag out procedures.  When you use a safety plan on a work order, the information about hazards, precautions, and hazardous material is copied to the work order, even if no work assets are associated with the work order. Safety Plans Applications
  7. 7. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika7 Enterprise Asset Management Safety Plans Applications
  8. 8. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika8 Safety Plans Applications  Associate Safety Requirements and procedures with work orders to fulfill regulatory requirements.  Created generic (use on all assets or locations); or specific for use on particular Asset or Location.  Safety Plans are associated to - Job Plans (contain the step-by-step procedure to complete work) - Assets or Locations - Hazards Safety Plans Hazards Precautions Lock Outs/Tag Outs
  9. 9. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika9 Safety Plans - sample list #1 (SPLAN1) “SPLAN1 – General Safety Plan used when dust is present”
  10. 10. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika10 SPLAN1 – General Safety Plan used when dust is present (Tab 1) Safety Plan – Work Assets section (Tab 2) Hazards and Precautions – Hazards section (Tab 2) Hazards and Precautions – Precautions section (1) (2)
  11. 11. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika11 Safety Plans - sample list #2 (SPLAN2) “SPLAN2 – Safety Procedure for Centrifugal Pump100”
  12. 12. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika12 SPLAN2 – Safety Procedure for Centrifugal Pump100 (Tab 1) Safety Plan – Work Assets section continue  (1)
  13. 13. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika13 SPLAN2 – Safety Procedure for Centrifugal Pump100 (Tab 4) Tag Outs – Hazards section (Tab 4) Tag Outs – Lock Out Operation section (Tab 4) Tag Outs – Tag Outs section (4)
  14. 14. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika14 Safety Plans - sample list #3 (ELECPOLE) “ELECPOLE – Safety Plan for work on Electrical Service Pole”
  15. 15. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika15 ELECPOLE – Safety Plan for work on Electrical Service Pole (Tab 1) Safety Plan – Work Assets section (Tab 2) Hazards and Precautions – Hazards section (Tab 2) Hazards and Precautions – Precautions section continue  (1) (2)
  16. 16. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika16 ELECPOLE – Safety Plan for work on Electrical Service Pole (Tab 4) Tag Outs – Hazards section (Tab 4) Tag Outs – Tag Outs section (Tab 4) Tag Outs – Lock Out Operation section (4)
  17. 17. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika17 Safety Plans - sample list #4 (CSELECPO) “CSELECPO – BEDFORD CS CSELECPO”
  18. 18. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika18 CSELECPO – BEDFORD CS CSELECPO (Tab 1) Safety Plan – Work Assets section (Tab 2) Hazards and Precautions – Hazards section (Tab 2) Hazards and Precautions – Precautions section continue  (1) (2)
  19. 19. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika19 CSELECPO – BEDFORD CS CSELECPO (Tab 4) Tag Outs – Hazards section (Tab 4) Tag Outs – Tag Outs section (Tab 4) Tag Outs – Lock Out Operation section (4)
  20. 20. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika20 Safety Plans – Use Cases Associate Safety Plans to Locations, Assets, Rotating Items and Job Plans for association with Work Orders Inform employees of hazards they may encounter while performing work, as well as the actions they must take to prevent accidents Familiarize and train employees to reduce, report and avoid hazards.
  21. 21. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika21 Creating Safety Plans in Maximo  Select the Job to be Analyzed  Identify potential hazards  Determine preventable measures to overcome hazards  Eliminate hazards with Lock Out/Tag Out procedures  Identify Precautions to avoid hazards
  22. 22. © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika22 www/.TALIAN.co.id © 2016 TALIAN Infodinamika22 Thank You An Industr y So lutio n C o mpa ny @ TalianGoLive Duane Aritonang Senior EAM Consultant - IBM Maximo Solutions Email: duane.aritonang@talian.net Mobile: +62 813 8364 1750

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