Equipment maintenance and repairs

Registered by Admilson Afonso on 2013-03-05

account_asset add field serial number, code, used in the department, date of modification and repairs

Forms in dashboard management system with check list, date and repair service.
report like action.

Blueprint information

Status:
Started
Approver:
Maxime Chambreuil (http://www.savoirfairelinux.com)
Priority:
Undefined
Drafter:
Admilson Afonso
Direction:
Needs approval
Assignee:
Maxime Chambreuil (http://www.savoirfairelinux.com)
Definition:
Discussion
Series goal:
Accepted for 7.0
Implementation:
Started
Milestone target:
None
Started by
Maxime Chambreuil (http://www.savoirfairelinux.com) on 2013-03-12

Whiteboard

= Maxime @ Savoir-faire Linux =

1) Use the list of assets as equipments with additional fields :
 * serial number
 * last date of maintenance and repair
 * accessories
 * list of verification.

I have checked the account_asset module and I am not convinced about using it for 2 reasons :
 * it installs the accounting module and I think it would be overkill for a user who needs to manage his maintenance and repair calendar to install the accounting applications.
 * In our list of equipments, none of them is an asset. We have small equipments like voltmeters and oscilloscopes. They are not amortized but they need to be calibrated every year.

I propose to have a new module to create an equipment object with the fields you mention and a relationship with a serial number.

We can make another module to glue the equipment with asset and add a new field to an equipement to link it with an asset. Would that do the job ?

What is an accessory ?

We already have the concept of verification list in the audit application and I am using the audit for equipment inspection. Could that work for you as well ?

2) Add a report in the management system dashboard with a list of equipments to repair or to maintain.

I propose to show the equipments that have been maintained in more than a year by default. User can set a different policy with advanced filter, save it and add it to their dashboard.

3) Provide a way to print the list of equipments to maintain and repair.

Would the tree view do the job here ?

I found the CMMS module which answer most of what we need here. I worked on the module migration in lp:~savoirfairelinux-openerp/+junk/7.0-cmms

= Daniel Reis =

In my use case, we sell technical assistance contracts, and need to track periodic ("preventive") maintenance and repairs. I would avoid having "account" as a dependency, and equipments may be assets (rented to customers) or not (bought/owned by customers).

  * "Equipments" should be an entity, optionally linked to an asset, and to a Product.
  * Equipments are placed in Locations (a "res.partner" address).
  * It's then possible to related Locations with Contracts, and we can have this:
        Contract -> Locations -> Equipments
  * Project Tasks can be work orders, both for corrective and preventive maintenance;
     For this they they can be linked to n Equipments.

In "project_service" there are already features to relate Issues and Tasks with Contract Locations.
Just need to add "Equipment selection".

I agree or reusing the CMMS module. Here is my review and suggestions on it:

* equipment:
  - "line_id" should be optional
  - "local_id" should be in a separate module, auto-installed if "stock" is present
  - add "res.partner" for an optional Location Address (can be used instead or complementary to local_id)
* checklist: can (re)use standard Surveys instead
* interventions (requests!): are Project Issues.
* incidents (work orders!): are "Project Tasks"
* IMO "interventions" and "incidents" names are swapped!
* cm (corrective maintenance): these are diagnosis and repair instructions, right?
* pm (preventive maintenance): plan should generate Project Tasks.
* Split features in smaller modules: equipment, checklist, pm, cm, incidents, equipment_stockloc, interventions, + cmms (App).

(?)

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