Although integrated into Builder as a maintenance task, a dedicated workflow has been built into the background to support the complexity of large inspections with lots of recording points. Cracks recorded also have specific requirements for tracking and reporting.
The below shows a high level process for collecting information, building the data, capturing crack data in the field and reporting of the data captured.
The recommended approach to setting up a structural inspection is detailed below for the above process flow.
|Collect Data||Prior to building any data, it is best to collect as much information as possible from sources such as|
|Framework||Develop a framework for identifying inspection locations. Inputs to a framework include|
With an understanding of the framework required, it is beneficial to collate and arrange the information prior to building the data into OnPlan.
|Create Limits||Limits are the term used for setting up the structural inspect requirements for recording of crack data in the field. See Structural Limit Workflow for Reporting|
|Create Task||Once the limits are created, a task is created against the model of equipment to build the detail for not only the inspection but can also include job/machine preparation, isolation, sign-off and completions.|
|Assign to Asset||Once the task has been approved, the task can be assigned to one or more machines of the same model. See Viewing and Connecting Task WIN's to a Mobile Asset|
|Create a Work Order||Work order(s) can then be created to execute the work in the field. See Add a new Work Order for more information.|
|Complete the Work Order||Once a work order is created, the technician can complete the inspection in the field on the mobile app. See Mobile App for information on using the app.|
|Reporting||Analysis of the cracks that have been recorded via the mobile app is completed in OnPlan Reporting. See Reporting for more information. Inbuilt reports include|