Participants will learn how to utilize APM Inspection tools to document inspections, findings, and recommendations. Course attendees will learn how to use the Inspection Management tools to document a historical profile of equipment condition, enabling the implementation of more proactive inspection activities in the future.
Participants will learn how to record and report various types of inspections, record the findings and recommendations resulting from those inspections, and how to code damage mechanisms. Course participants will also learn how to plan inspection routes, tasks and execute inspection workflows.
4300 Inspection Management is designed for:
RBI Administrators and Implementers
When you complete this course, you will be able to:
Explain the Inspection Management Data Model.
Explain the Inspection Management Standard Practice.
Identify the Resource and Standard Practice Roles for inspection management.
Review overdue inspection tasks and inspection history.
Initiate full inspections.
Document observations, degradation, and preventable failures involving replacements.
Link reference documents to inspections.
Add general findings manually.
Change the state of an inspection.
Lock an inspection.
Revise an inspection task.
Review and approve an inspection.
Initiate a checklist.
Create a profile item and add it to an inspection scope.