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Table of Contents
                            1. Introduction
	1.1 Purpose
	1.2 Scope
	1.3 Reference Documents
	1.4 Abbreviations and Definitions
2. Equipment Administration
	2.1 Facility
	2.2 Equipment Hierarchy
	2.3 Equipment Hierarchy Development
	2.4 Process: Equipment Administration
	2.5 Scenarios
		2.5.1 Navigate through Equipment hierarchy (Object Structure)
		2.5.2 Find Object information
		2.5.3 Update Equipment Object Information
		2.5.4 Update Equipment Running Hours
		2.5.5 Update Equipment Warranty
		2.5.6 Create New Equipment Object
		2.5.7 Equipment Object Preservation
		2.5.8 Equipment Out of Operation
		2.5.9 Scrap Equipment
		2.5.10 Scrap an Equipment Structure
	2.6 Primary Equipment Fields
	2.7 Additional Configurations in IFS
	2.8 Equipment Basic data in IFS
	2.9 User Roles
3. Maintenance Basic data
	3.1 Work Type:
	
	3.2 Maintenance Organization:
	3.3 Craft:
	3.4 Job Priority
	3.6 Operational Status (Shutdown Code)
	3.7 Action
	3.8 Standard Job Types
	3.9 Route ID
4. Standard Jobs
	4.1 Separate Standard Jobs
	4.2 Route Standard Jobs
	4.3 Standard Jobs Scenarios
		4.3.1 Create new standard job for the facility
		4.3.2 Revise standard job
		4.3.3 Create generic standard job
		4.3.4 Update generic standard job
	4.4 Standard Job Fields
	4.5 Additional Configurations in IFS
	4.6 User Roles
5. Planned Maintenance
	5.1 Calendar Based Preventive Maintenance action
	5.2 Running hour based PM Action
	5.3 Route PM Actions-Calendar Based
	5.4 Scenarios
		5.4.1 (Automatic Generation of work orders based on lead time and created work orders will be released)
		5.4.2 Advance creation of work orders for PM actions when there is opportunity
		5.4.3 Revise PM Action (adjust interval etc.)
		5.4.4 Revise PM action from revised standard job
		5.4.5 Create WO for running hour based PM Action, when the PM is due
		5.4.6 Create work order for running hour based PM action when there is opportunity. (The next work order should be reset based on last finished date)
		5.4.7 Replacement for PM Actions (sequencing) for calendar based PM actions
		5.4.8 Replacement for PM Actions (sequencing) for running hour based PM actions
		5.4.9 Revised PM action from generic standard job
	5.5 PM Action fields
	5.6 Additional Configurations in IFS
	5.7 User Roles
6. Work Order
	6.1 Plan and Prepare Work Order
	6.2 Execute Work Order
	6.3 Report in Work Order
	6.4 Route work order
		6.4.1 Prepare route work order
		6.4.2 Execute Route Work Order
		6.4.3 Report in route work order
	6.5 Scenarios
		6.5.1 Manually created work orders for Unplanned Maintenance (CM, BDM)
		6.5.2 Work orders from planned maintenance (Separate PM Actions)
		6.5.3 Route work orders from route PM Actions
		6.5.4 Work orders for modification
		6.5.5 Work order with materials
		6.5.6 Work order with Purchase requisition - Vendor Call off
		6.5.7 Work order with Purchase Requisition - Equipment Services
	6.6 Work Order Fields
	6.7 Additional Configurations in IFS
		6.7.1 History log on free notes
		6.7.2 History log on planned start and planned finish dates
		6.7.3 Object Connection Transformation- WO-PR to RFQ line.
		6.7.4 Custom fields
			Alarm test – on Route work order
		6.7.5 Rename Fault Desc. To TQ/MOC/Deviation Request
	6.8 User Roles
7. Offshore Planning & Scheduling Process Flow
	7.1.1 1-Yearly
	7.1.2 3-Monthly
	7.1.3 1-Weekly
8. Inventory Parts (Spare Parts & Consumables)
	8.1 Inventory Parts
		8.1.1 Master Part
		8.1.2 Inventory Parts per Facility
	8.2 Inventory Part –Scenarios
		8.2.1 Create new part which does not exist in the system
		8.2.2 Update part information
		8.2.3 Extend a part to facility from master part
		8.2.4 Deactivate Obsolete Part number
	8.3 Inventory Part Fields
	8.4 Additional Configurations in IFS
		8.4.1 Custom Fields
			1. Certificate Needed
	8.5 Inventory Part Basic Data
		8.5.1 Product code
		8.5.2 Product family
		8.5.3 Commodity Group 1
		8.5.4 Accounting Group
	8.6 User Roles
9. Inventory Management
	9.1 Inventory – Locations (Stores)
	9.2 Inventory – Material Issues (Material Requisitions)
		9.2.1 Scenarios
			9.2.1.1 Material Issue for Production/.
			9.2.1.3 Material issue against maintenance job (through work order)
	
	9.3 Inventory Counting
		9.3.1 Scenarios
		9.3.2 Count per location for a site
		9.3.3 Count based part number series (set of parts)
		9.3.4 Count per part
		9.3.5 Counting based on Equipment Tag (Object ID)
	9.4 Move Stock
		9.4.1 Move part from one location to other
		9.4.2 Move multiple parts
	9.5 Receive parts into Inventory against PO
	9.6 Inventory Part in Stock
	9.7 Material Returns
	9.8 User Roles
10. Procurement
	10.1 Purchase Requisition
	10.2 Purchase Requisition Scenarios
		10.2.1 Purchase Requisition – for Spares and Consumables from work order
		10.2.2 Purchase requisition – for Spares and consumables for inventory stock
		10.2.3 Purchase requisition - Vendor Call off
		10.2.4 Purchase Requisition - Equipment Services
		10.2.5 Purchase Requisition
	10.3 Purchase Requisition Fields
	10.4 Additional Configurations in IFS
		10.4.1 Custom Filed
			1. Priority
		10.4.2 PR Approval Routing
	10.5 Basic Data
		10.5.1 Purchase part
		Services and other non-inventory part
		10.5.2 Requisitioner
	10.6 User Roles
11. Purchase Order Receipt –on board
	Service
12. Operations & Cost Control
13. Reports
14. Work Order History
15. IFS Customizations
                        

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