The CMMS course offers understanding of the critical attributes of a modern Computerised Maintenance Management System. You’ll gain understanding that underlines the creation, database setup, and IMCA Dive Technician interaction with CMMS.
The complexity in Dive Systems maintenance can be working in accordance with IMCA standards. IMCA Standards can go way beyond that which can be easily accomplished by entirely paperwork methods. Offshore Dive vessel operators have been slow to comprehend the time consuming nature of the Dive tech’s CMMS administration duties. A complex sat-spread requires a dedicated dive tech primarily to drive the CMMS. At least one other dive tech to carry out the maintenance tasks.
Periodic IMCA D023,24,37 Dive Systems maintenance in accordance with D018 audit is made much easier using a combined cloud based CMMS with local hard copy records. Records are created in case of internet failure. With Local records much of the auditors work can be carried out onshore.
The CMMS Course introduces you to the structure of a modern cloud based CMMS. You’ll learn how it is setup to work within an IMCA environment. A classroom session gives you live practice with a Dive Spread CMMS. You’ll be creating work orders, entering spare parts, uploading job completion paperwork, calibration certificates and more.
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