From initial work requests to the acceptance of completed work, CARL Source adapts to your workflows (qualification stages, preparation, scheduling, completion, etc.).
CARL Source also takes lockout, TPM, ATEX, 21 CFR part 11, FMECA, new work and other specifics aspects of your field into account. In addition, it features adapted processes (related maintenance jobs, recopying of maintenance jobs, troubleshooting, instant reports, etc.) to increase your flexibility.
Work orders for preventive and statutory maintenance (machine servicing, fire, gas, electricity, etc.) are recopied using rules for calendar dates, counters or events. These schedules can then be optimised using options such as multicriteria-based triggering (for each specific asset or model), ranking of work orders, maintenance carryover, seasonality, etc.
The macro schedule provides an interactive (click and drag, adjustable scale, custom display, etc.) view of maintenance work. The scheduling process keeps workloads in balance with resource availabilities. It becomes more and more specific as scheduled work dates approach. It first assigns work to a period of time, then to a team and finally to a specific maintenance worker. Dynamic alerts warn planners and schedulers of work overloads, late work, inadequate certification, etc.