This document explains how you add operations, materials, tools and skill requirements to a service revision.
Use this process when you have defined the basic service revision data.
The following data may be connected to the service revision:
The revision can also be transferred to production if no additional changes should be done.
Refer to the related documents for further information.
Add operations and subcontract requirements
Add operations to, or change existing operations within, a service revision. Each job may consist of several elements. For example, a repair of a pump may consist of three steps. First the pump needs to be cleaned, then taken apart and finally put back together again. The different steps in a service are described in 'Service Revision. Connect Materials/Operations' (ECS312).
An operation can also be defined as a subcontracted operation where the job is performed by another supplier.
For each step, you also describe where the work is supposed to be done, how long it takes to perform and what skill is required. It is possible to describe each step by its elements. This is done in 'Service Revision. Connect Operation Elements' (ECS313).
For each subcontracted operation you can define the preferred supplier based on facility group and/or facility. This is done in 'Subcontracting. Connect Supplier' (ECS018).
Add materials and purchase requirements
The material or spare parts used in each service are also described in (ECS312). For example, a regular car service may use engine oil, spark plugs and brake pads. Some of the parts may be held in stock and other parts may have to be purchased.
Add tool requirements
Add tool requirements to operations that are connected to a service revision. Tools are added in (ECS313).
Add skill requirements
Add skill requirements to operations that are connected to a service revision. Skills are used for planning and validation. However, it is also possible to use skills to ensure that a worker with the appropriate competence is allocated to specific jobs.
Add skills to operations in (ECS313).
Add documents to operations
Add documents related to operations. Such documents would typically be instructions, drawings or any other useful documentation.
Add documents to operations in (ECS313).