SAP PM

SAP Plant Maintenance (SAP PM)

Plant Maintenance operates the overall maintenance business processes and functions. The Plant Maintenance module allows a maintenance organization to:
Identify, document, and correct failures and degradations of any assets for which they have responsibility.
Plan and schedule activities to prevent or predict failures and keep assets and processes operating within design specifications. Both Corrective and Preventative maintenance processes exist in the Plant Maintenance module.

Corrective maintenance refers to the activities conducted by the Maintenance Organization to repair equipment of
all forms within their area of responsibility.
Preventive maintenance is a discipline that uses processes and activities that focus on the prevention of failures or
performance degradation before it occurs.

SAP Plant Maintenance Course Outline

Classifying Plant Maintenance from a Business perspective

  • Traditional forms of Organization in Plant Maintenance
  • Planning in Plant Maintenace
  • Plant Maintenance Methods
  • Benchmarking in Plant Maintenance based on key performance
  • Modern Plant Maintenace management

Getting Started with SAP PM

  • The PM menu with easy access
  • The business workplace
  • Support Line Feedback as in interface to SAP
  • PM Documentation in the SAP Library

Objects in R/3 PM

  • Managing Technical Objects
  • Functional Locations and equipment
  • Using other Logistics master data in PM
  • Measuring points and counters
  • PM Work Centers
  • Maintenance Task lists and maintenance plans
  • Maintenance Notifications
  • Maintenance Orders

Breakdown Maintenance and Corrective Maintenance

  • Tasks of the PM Technician
  • Tasks of the PM Planner
  • Tasks of the Controller

Planned Maintenance

  • Tasks of the PM Technician
  • Tasks of the PM Planner
  • Tasks of the Controller

Integrative Aspects

  • Integration of MM
  • Integration Production Planning
  • Integration of Quality Management
  • Integration of Project Systems
  • Integration of Investment Management
  • Integration of Controlling
  • Integration of Asset Accounting
  • Integration of Human Resources

Interfaces to Non-SAP Systems

  • Interface to process control systems and building control systems
  • Interfaces to CAD systems

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