When you’ve created corrective maintenance events, and set up your preventive maintenance plan or a campaign, these events will appear on the operational dashboard, where you can manage the events asset per asset. However, as an operator, it’s also interesting to get a full overview of all corrective and preventive maintenance events that are created for your assets. That’s why we developed the Maintenance Planning Dashboard that shows you all those events on a clear dashboard and enables you to create interventions based on those events. 

To access the maintenance planning dashboard, go to the Railnova platform, then head over to the "Railfleet" section and click the "Maintenance planning" link.

On that page, you can use filters to narrow down the number of events you see on the dashboard and to search for specific events.

If you want to combine some of these events into a maintenance intervention, you can use the checkboxes on the right-hand side to select one or more events. Next, click on the blue “Create intervention” button to create the new intervention. 

Please note that once you ticked one box, the system automatically shows you only the possible events of the same asset. You can't combine one intervention with events from different assets

When the pop-up screen opens, you can follow these steps to schedule the maintenance intervention:

  • select the intervention type, 

  • plan the start and end date of the intervention and 

  • assign it to a responsible entity and

  • choose the intervention location

  • add an optional comment 

The asset name will be pre-filled, and the corrective or preventive maintenance events you selected will be listed at the bottom of the form. 

Once you filled out the intervention form, you can save it. It will then appear on the Operational Dashboard and on the Intervention Dashboard so that both your colleagues and your maintenance partners can follow up on the intervention.

Still got questions? Please, go to the Railnova Platform and click on Contact to get help!

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