Before you begin
Asset Risk Predictor must be purchased separately from a Fiix representative. To learn more, see Asset Risk Predictor FAQ.
Note: Risk-based scheduled maintenance is currently in beta.
Prerequisites: This is step 4 in a 4-step process. To view the full list of steps to set up risk-based scheduled maintenance, see About risk-based scheduled maintenance.
This new scheduled maintenance will automatically generate a work order each time the Asset High Risk Event (which you created above) occurs. The work orders it generates include an inspection task that technicians can use to indicate whether a high-risk asset event actually occurred.
- You must repeat this process for each asset you want to automatically generate work orders for.
- Once you've finished setting up risk-based scheduled maintenance, contact your Fiix representative. Because this feature is currently in beta, there is an additional configuration step we must complete on our side to generate risk-based work orders.
To create the new scheduled maintenance:
- Go to Assets > All Assets.
- Open the asset you want to create scheduled maintenance for.
- In the More drop-down list, click Create Scheduled Maintenance:
- In the Maintenance Type list, select the new AI-Predicted type you created earlier:
- In the General tab, enter basic instructions in the Summary of Issue field. For example:
High-risk asset event predicted by Fiix AI algorithms. Please validate if risk is correct.
If no - close this work order with the status Closed, Low Risk.
If yes - proceed with maintenance.
- To create the schedule:
- Click the Scheduling tab.
- In the Generate Work Orders When section, select any of the triggers fire:
- Click the add button:
- In the Scheduled Maintenance Trigger screen, select Generate Work Order By Trigger Event.
- In the Every Occurrence Of Event list, select the new AR01 - Asset High Risk Event event that you created earlier:
- Click OK.
- To create the task that will be added to work orders generated via this scheduled maintenance:
- Click the Labor tasks tab.
- Click the blank task that the CMMS has automatically created:
- In the Choose Task Type drop-down list, select the task type you want to use. We recommend selecting Inspection:
- To change the labels for Pass and Fail, click the edit icons next to them and enter the updated test (e.g. Yes and No).
- In the Description field, enter a description (e.g. "Please confirm asset high risk").
- Click OK.
- To activate the scheduled maintenance, click the status toggle to change it from Paused to Running:
- Click Save.
- (IMPORTANT!) Contact your Fiix representative to let them know that you've enabled risk-based scheduled maintenance. They will complete the final configuration step on our side so that your risk-based work orders will trigger automatically.
Now that you’ve set up the basics for this scheduled maintenance, you can add any additional information that your organization uses, such as task groups.
You can also copy this scheduled maintenance for additional assets: