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Preventive Maintenance
Consistent process for capturing anomalies and improvements with an easy way to track and follow up on executing the solutions.
ACTIVATING THE UNTAPPED POTENTIAL OF THE FRONTLINE
Today's Challenges

Everyday the Frontline workers and Managers are verifying the functionality of their daily operation (machine’s performance, processes, CIL, Center Line, etc.), but lack a standard or digital process to capture anomalies..

  • Anomalies are registered and addressed manually (like color cards) resulting in delays and lost papers
  • Opportunities and preventive actions are detected but not shared in a consistent way to be addressed 
  • Managing the anomalies, opportunities and preventive actions  manually creates delays, confusion about ownership, and some being missed
  • Lack of visibility of the findings and the possible solutions and improvements
Rever Benefits

Consistent process for capturing anomalies and improvements with an easy way to track and follow up on executing the solutions. 

  • People in the shop floor can address any anomalies, or preventive action, in a consistent manner and maintain ownership
  • No more manual registration and tracking lost paperwork, maintain full visibility in one place to help the frontline execute their daily activities
  • Managers have full visibility into the anomalies and preventive actions being reported – areas, severity, and follow-up. Will be able to track and follow up in a centralized place
  • Solutions are logged as part of a repository available to anyone in the company
HOW REVER HELPS
Prepare & Publish the Routine
1

Create the maintenance check routine and the specific routine of the day in Rever. Define the teams and individuals that will do the checks. Key information - Name (e.g. CIL check wee 43) - Area - Assignees - Frequency
Execute the Routine & Capture Findings
2

Assignees execute the maintenance check and capture their findings. Findings may range from observations, to issues or improvement ideas. Key information - Finding Description - Due date - Picture - Assignee
Follow up on Findings
3

Employees address Findings individually or in collaboration with colleagues. Managers maintain visibility into Findings, help drive execution, and track progress.
Share & Report
4

Visibility into activity, execution, and the impact on operational performance. Share the learning across the organization. Provide reports and insight to leadership teams.
IN ACTION
Consumer Goods Manufacturing
Create Routine for Daily Check on Packaging Machine
Managers collect best practices and manual notes on how machine should be checked every day. Routine created in Rever that defines the machine, frequency, steps to be taken, and assignees.


Operators Execute Routine and Log Findings
Operators access and follow routine. Anomalies are noted as Findings. Findings follow-up is either completed in real-time or assigned for execution.


Compliance Reporting
Managers provide a report to show compliance to checks and taking actions on anomalies.


Automotive Manufacturer
Identify Risks Areas in Paint Line
List high-risk areas that cause issues in painting the panels Create a routine to regularly check these high risk areas and maintain standards


Routines Run and Anomalies Logged
Managers and Operators access and run the routines on a regular basis. If anomalies in the paint, the tools, or the painted panels are detected, they are logged and either completed in real-time or assigned for execution.


Reporting and Learning
Manager have visibility into where and when anomalies occur. This help identify panels that may have quality issues. Learning are captured and incorporated across the organization.