The Fundamentals of Preventive Maintenance Schedule Definition with Oracle eAM Page 3
The Fundamentals of Preventive MaintenanceSchedule Definition with Oracle eAM
This paper describes the Fundamentals of Preventive Maintenance (PM)Schedule Definition with Oracle Enterprise Asset Management (eAM). “You cancreate a Preventive Maintenance Schedule Definition on an Asset Group (Non-Serialized Rebuildable)/Activity combination, Asset Number/Activity combination,or an Asset Route/Activity combination. “
Oracle eAM introduced the concept of Multiple Activity PM Scheduledefinition with Release 12. The ability to define multiple activities for a PMSchedule Definition enhanced the relationships between activities, allowing a userto define and control multiple activities from one form. This paper will definesome common and complex PM Schedule Definitions, including the following:
Time-Based PM Schedule Definition Fixed Days
Repeat onsame number of days without regard to when last PM Work Order was completed, for example a Safety Inspection every Monday
Time-Based PM Schedule Definition Fixed Interval
Repeat onthe exact number of days since the last PM Work Order wascompleted
Meter-Based PM Schedule Definition Fixed Meter
Repeat onsame number of hours without regard to when last PM Work Order was completed, for example if a PM Work Order was completedlate, 550 hours instead of 500 hours, the next work order would begenerated at 750 hours for a PM Schedule Definition defined at aninterval of 250 Hours
Meter-Based PM Schedule Definition Fixed Interval
Maintain afixed interval between PMs, for example if a PM Work Order wascompleted late, 550 hours instead of 500 hours, the next work order
Enterprise Asset Management
, User's Guide, Release 12, September 2006, Page2-112.
Multiple Activity PreventiveMaintenance Schedule Definitions wereintroduced in Release 12 of OracleeAM.