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Workshop:
Materials Use
May 23, 2006
Project Goals
Implement SAP Plant Maintenance system
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Provide integration with Finance, HR, and Materials
Allow enhanced scheduling and planning for work assignments
Provide work scheduling as well as management reporting tools
Accommodate the use of mobile technology to reduce paperwork
Accommodate the use of GIS with SAP
 Improve automated updates to customers about the status of work
 Implement a Preventive Maintenance system for buildings, areas, and
equipment
 Utilize standard SAP functionality to collect utility usage and cost
information for recharge calculations
Agenda
Introduction
Discussion of Material Use in Plant Maintenance
Preview of Next Blueprinting Session
Other Discussion
What are “materials” for Plant Maintenance use?
Stock materials: Parts which have SAP material numbers and are kept in
UK stores
Non-stock materials: Parts which are used less frequently, may not have
SAP material numbers, and are ordered as needed
Services: Services provided by external companies which are requested
as needed
How are stock materials planned and used?
From the “components” tab of a Work Order:
How are stock materials planned and used?
There are (at least) two ways to select the materials.
A search term may be used to find the part number.
If a Bill of Materials has been entered for the building, room, or
equipment to be maintained, the Bill of Materials may be used
to suggest part numbers.
How are stock materials planned and used?
Here are some of the search methods:
How are stock materials planned and used?
The “Plant Material by Description” is frequently used for
Maintenance spares. Here *bear* is used to find bearings.
How are stock materials planned and used?
A list of possible parts is presented. The “Thrust bearing” is
selected.
How are stock materials planned and used?
The part number is added to the components list. A quantity of
“1” is entered and the “Item Category (IC)” is set to “L” which
indicates that this is a stock item.
How are stock materials planned and used?
The materials may be checked to see if they are available for
this order:
How are stock materials planned and used?
The next screens are from the Materials Management section of
SAP. They may not be implemented exactly as shown, but will
illustrate the process in SAP.
How are stock materials planned and used?
Here’s a stock overview for the Thrust Bearing (50304):
How are stock materials planned and used?
Note that the storage location and bin are displayed:
How are stock materials planned and used?
The storeroom can look for material reservations:
How are stock materials planned and used?
This is the list for the May time period:
How are stock materials planned and used?
Now the storeroom will issue the part for this order:
How are stock materials planned and used?
Now the storeroom will issue the part for this order:
How are stock materials planned and used?
Now the storeroom will issue the part for this order:
How are stock materials planned and used?
Here’s the order cost display after the part is issued:
How are non-stock materials and services planned?
We’ll add a non-stock part to this order:
Note that there is no SAP material
number; just a description,
quantity, and “N” for non-stock.
How are non-stock materials and services planned?
Here’s the information required for Purchasing to order it:
How are non-stock materials and services planned?
When the order is saved, a purchase requisition is created.
How are non-stock materials and services planned?
Here’s the list of purchase requisitions from May 15-30:
How are non-stock materials and services planned?
Purchasing would issue a Purchase Order and when the
invoice was processed, the order would be charged for this
item.
How are non-stock materials and services planned?
Note that the planned costs of the non-stock item are displayed
on the order cost screen:
How are non-stock materials and services planned?
Services may be handled in the same manner as a non-stock
material purchase.
Topics For Next Blueprinting Session
Determine Measurement Point Requirements
Calibration Points
Meter Readings
Determine Permit Requirements