Actually My view is Let one preventive work order created with 5 tasks, if onfield technician completed 3 tasks of this pm,so 2 tasks is pending due lake of resource available but these task must be completed later on ,again this pm work order must be closed due to compliance so my requirement is when in sap , user will go to complete technically this work order, system automatically should creat cm taking these pending task & here pcnf means prtially confirmed status
No, not quite right to raise a CM for remaining PM tasks.
The PM is complied to the completed tasks only in reality.
For the remaining PM tasks, perhaps you might want to create a PM suborder of the main or original PM, not a CM work order. This is actually not compliant to the original PM completion date but a second chance for completion may be given.
In fact, teco should not be allowed for the original PM because in reality it is NOT technically completed.
WHy the PM tasklist cannot be completed, is it too long and too many tasks to do?
Pls give actual examples of those PMs.
You might want to quietly find out the reasons for the non-completion of the PM tasklist whether it is really due to lack of resources or some other delays eg in getting work permits, traveling, coordinating with operations or indirect request for overtime? What is the wrench time like? A simple fishbone diagram may be useful here.
Now the CMMS expert may be given a little trouble to cater for this trouble.
Let a PM consists of 3 tasks , 1- internal cleaning 2- greasing 3-external side coloring on field technician completed 1st & 2nd task which is major but 3rd task is not completed due to recommended color is not available in this scenario , we are wanting to give full score for compliance in this month but also we are wanting create a suborder(advised by you)/CM by taking the pending 3rd task , which will be open & will reduce score due to open ( may be it will give influence for scoring month or for next month).if it will be open for next month then it will be a burden for them .
Let it be. That is what the reality is. Will you give 100% score when it is NOT completely done?
By right, before doing the PM, why didn't they buy the right color paint in advance?
I said to create a suborder of PM type, not CM type because it is originally a PM task. It should be completed next month or when the paint available, why a burden?
By right, you shouldn't teco the PM because of the pending task and it should remain open as a reminder to your planner or maintenance people to complete it if they want a 100% score of full PM compliance.
In this case, the left painting as a protective coating can be critical if it is already corroded or can wait until the paint comes if it is just faded or is it decided not to repaint it?
I agree with Josh. You cannot claim compliance when you haven't complied. I would consider separating these tasks which, although on the same equipment, are independent tasks (at least task 3 is independent of the other 2) with independent scheduling requirements. I think separate maintenance plans is the way to go.
Also I think if you create a sub-order off a maintenance plan then SAP will not let you TECO the superior order until the sub-order is TECO.
Besides, a proper PM with required materials or spare part list will catch or remind that the right color paint is NOT available at the store. So, reordering it has to be triggered in advance during PM kitting if the PM is triggered every quarter or even every month.
In addition, some parts of equipment cannot be externally painted when already installed eg bottom parts of motors or pumps once installed because there is not enough space between the bottom parts of the equipment with their baseplate.
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