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IP5 For Plant Maintenance

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Contents

• Need of Industry Print 3


• Plant Maintenance Industry Print:L0 10
• Plant Maintenance Industry Print:L1 12
• Plant Maintenance Industry Print:L2 14
• Plant Maintenance Industry Print:L3 17
• Plant Maintenance Industry Print:L4 30

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Need of Industry Print
IndustryPrint And Its Components
IndustryPrint models remain Deloitte’s prime content for jump-starting process modeling efforts. ARIS (Architecture of
Integrated Information Systems) is the market-leading business process modeling platform to deploy the content.

• Captures our knowledge of leading-practice


business processes for approximately 30 industry
segments

• Provides a detailed starting point for business


process design and is the baseline for ClientPrints

• Contains a standard set of templates and object


presets, simplifying the modeling process for users
and creating a standard look and feel across
models

• Accessible via the web and contains enhancements


such as IndustryPrint content, custom reports and
utilities that speed up the modeling process

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Need of Industry Print

• Captures our knowledge of leading-practice


business processes for approximately 30 industry
segments

• Provides a detailed starting point for business


process design and is the baseline for Client Prints

• Follows the Deloitte leading modeling practice


standards and guidelines

• Contains a standard set of templates and object


presets, simplifying the modeling process for users
and creating a standard look and feel across
models

• Accessible via the web and contains enhancements


such as IndustryPrint content, custom reports and
utilities that speed up the modeling process

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Industry Print Content
Captures Each object contains specific process modeling content stored in attributes that becomes
progressively more detailed.

Process Type Process Group Process Subprocess Task


Objects

• Process type name • Process group name • Process name • Subprocess name • Task name
• IP code • IP code • IP code • Task description
• Description including: • Description including: • Description including: • IP code
‒ Leading industry ‒ Policies ‒ Volume and • Control point
‒ Key Performance
Content

practices frequency • Controls


‒ Process vision Indicators (KPIs) ‒ Change impact • Security restrictions
‒ Quick win differences, • Task localization
opportunities implications,
‒ Longer term benefits, risks, and
opportunities action plan
‒ Configuration notes

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Library Models
Library models are reference models that are created to house project-wide functional requirements, transaction codes, business roles, and custom
development objects.
Library models contain the building block objects needed to create FADs. Thus, library models must be constructed before FADs can be created.

FAD object stored in the


Libraries Usage Example models
library

Business Roles Used to model business roles.


Library

Application Contains Transaction codes


Library

Functional Stores functional requirements.


requirements
library

Custom Stores the custom development


development objects.
library

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Functional Allocation Diagram

A Function allocation diagram is a model that links different parts of a business system design together,
usually with a function object such as a task. It serves as an integration point of design. It relates a task to key
design elements (found in library models), which include:
• Functional requirements
• Business role
• Transaction code
• Custom development object (report, interface, enhancement, form and workflow)
The purpose of the Function allocation diagram is to:
• Organize information related to a task in a standardized and structured way
• Provide a means to identify missing, required relationships
• Provide reporting capabilities around business role to transaction code mapping
• Breakdown the task for the end-user, so they know what user access is required, who is responsible for the
task, and what is required to perform the task

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Functional Allocation Diagram
A FAD is usually associated with a task. A FAD is automatically created by IndustryPrint 5 for each task during process modeling and
stored in a separate folder (group). FADs are constructed from the information collected during the design workshops.
Rule: Only one FAD will be created per task.

OM-020-020-010 1 FAD
Set Quote as
Budgetary

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Plant Maintenance Industry
Print: L0
L0: Industry Print

• Organizes all Process Groups into three Process


Types- Operations, Infrastructure, Collaborative
• The Plant Maintenance process comes most of the
times under Infrastructure process types
• PE- Manage Plant, Equipment and Facilities
• Symbols used:

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Plant Maintenance Industry
Print: L1
L1: Manage Plant, Equipment And Facilities

• Reflects the project scope for Process Groups and


Processes
• The Process Group Map, Level 1, contains two
types of objects – the Process Group and Process.
A Process Group is a set of processes covering a
single business area. Usually under the ownership
of one business process owner. A Process is a
collection of sub processes that meet a specific
business objective. The Process Group Map
reflects the project scope.
• Symbols used:

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Plant Maintenance Industry
Print: L2
L2:PE-090: Execute Plant Maintenance

Process and complete maintenance orders. Repair and maintain equipment and facilities to the standards set
by the manufacturer/company. Test equipment to ensure correct operation. Clean the workplace and remove
all tools and equipment. Release the equipment to production.

Repair and maintain equipment and facilities to the standards set by the manufacturer/company. Test
equipment to ensure correct operation. Clean the workplace and remove all tools and equipment.

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L2:PE-090: Execute Plant Maintenance

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Plant Maintenance Industry
Print: L3
L3:PE-090-040: Print Work Order and associated documents

The Subprocess Diagram, Level 3, is comprised of task objects and displays their relationship to one another.
A task is the lowest unit in the business process modeling hierarchy and consists of single definable piece of
work with a specific input and output. A task is performed by one person and can be manual or system
enabled

Symbols used:

Once the need for maintenance is recognized and confirmed, print or view the order after release along with all
relevant shop papers such as goods issue slips, time tickets, confirmation slips, etc.

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L3:PE-090-040: Print Work Order and associated documents

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L3:PE-090-010: Review Requirements with Operations and
Maintenance Team

Ensure a clear understanding of the required work to be done. All parties must be informed in order to create a
safe environment and facilitate the speedy and successful completion of the work. All parties must be informed
in order to create a safe environment and facilitate the speedy and successful completion of the work.

Ensure a clear understanding of the work required, and that all parties are informed, in order to create a safe
environment and facilitate with the speedy and successful completion of the job.

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L3:PE-090-010: Review Requirements with Operations and
Maintenance Team

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L3:PE-090-050: Retrieve Kit / Materials

Once spare parts requirements have been established and approval for the commencement of the job has
been given, the maintenance order will be released. Inventory may than be issued for the maintenance order.

This process starts with finding material at unloading point, getting the material issued, contacting stores in
case of any issues.

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L3:PE-090-050: Retrieve Kit / Materials

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L3:PE-090-080: Complete Maintenance Order
Ensure all repair work is carried out and completed as per work order instructions.

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L3:PE-090-090: Document Additional Maintenance Needs
In the event that follow up maintenance may be required, document each requirement. All parts may not have
been available at the time and may have to be replaced when another opportunity arises. Some parts may
have to be repaired and replaced.

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L3:PE-090-100: Execute and Confirm Maintenance Order Completion

After all work is completed, confirm completion and state the duration, resources, and manpower utilized.
Capture any necessary information that may be valuable in future analysis or planning.

It starts with execution of work order, entering time confirmations, creating service entry sheets, approving the
service entry sheets, returning equipment and tools as needed, reviewing the confirmations.

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L3:PE-090-100: Execute and Confirm Maintenance Order Completion

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L3:PE-090-110: Close Job and Update Schedule
The current job needs to be confirmed as completed and closed. It may have become necessary to reschedule
as a result of numerous possibilities, (e.g. over-maintenance, under-maintenance, or delays in schedule).
Apply the appropriate editions to the schedule and activate.

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L3:PE-090-120: Settle Maintenance Order

After all physical work is completed and all financial


matters are finalized, divert all cost to the correct
receivers and settle the maintenance order with the
correct accounts and cost centers.

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Plant Maintenance Industry
Print: L4
L4:PE-090-120-030: Reverse settlement & PE-090-120-040: Update
Settlement rule on Work orders

The Function Allocation Diagram, or FAD, is unique because it can be created at different levels in the process
modeling hierarchy and contain various objects. The FAD is a matrix that connects a function object (such as a
process group, process, subprocess, or task) to other design objects (such as requirements or application
details).
It relates a task to key design elements, which include:
• Functional requirements
• Business role
• Transaction code
• Custom development object (report, interface, enhancement, form and workflow)

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L4:PE-090-120-030: Reverse settlement & PE-090-120-040: Update
Settlement rule on Work orders

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L3:PE-090-130: Close Maintenance Order

Ensure all work is completed and all invoices are received and charged to the maintenance order. Close the
order.

It involves various tasks such as creation of measurement documents, setting work order status as technically
completed, closing purchasing requisitions, changing the work order status to close.

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L3:PE-090-130: Close Maintenance Order

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L3:PE-090-140: Record Maintenance History and Close Notification
Capture all relevant technical findings and information. Ensure spare parts and labor are recorded.

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L3:PE-090-150: Release Equipment to Production
Inform production of the availability of the equipment. Stand by to test and start up safely.

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L3:PE-090-160: Return Unused Materials
Collect all unused parts and ensure their return to the stores. Remove them from the maintenance order in
order to ensure correct costing of the job.

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