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Our Asset Care Plan development functionality follows the FMEA methodology to create effective maintenance tasks. These tasks are preconfigured in your Asset Type Tree to ensure, swift, automated rollout to all relevant assets in your asset register


Asset Care Plans

Are you battling to link your asset care plans developed in an expensive RCM Type Tool to your EAM system?

With On Key, your Asset Care Plans are developed within the system. With decades of experience behind our name, our engineers use actual, relevant asset data to compile customised plans for your assets. Once the knowledge is captured, On Key will switch on your maintenance plans and roll them out spontaneously.
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Criticality Configuration

  • Prevent failures by identifying your critical assets, their possible failures, the probabilities of failure, and potential consequences

  • Easily define and switch between different maintenance tactics and their frequencies based on operational conditions in your environment, such as seasonal changes, production demand cycles and asset condition
  • Manage staff and asset availability, and activate or suppress seasonal maintenance tasks by creating custom calendars that define seasons, shifts, weekends, working days, non-working days, and holidays
  • Set up condition-based maintenance tasks based on condition monitoring feedback and specified threshold triggers
  • Set up usage-based maintenance tasks based on usage intervals for meters linked to assets
  • Manage due dates for large groups of work orders that need to be executed simultaneously by adding them to once-off events

  • Simplify the configuration of common tasks that are shared by multiple assets by creating reusable standard tasks
  • Facilitate detailed analysis and reporting by classifying and grouping work orders according to their type of work
  • Define a maintenance task prioritisation structure that makes sense in your environment by creating custom task importance levels
  • Reduce paperwork by combining similar maintenance tasks into a single work order by specifying task roll-up points
  • Define all the resources required for each maintenance task, such as spare parts, special equipment and skills

  • Understand how your assets could potentially fail, identify the root causes, and define appropriate maintenance tactics, by performing logical and systematic failure analysis