Define workspaces for your users using the Asset Responsibility Center feature. You can assign Asset Responsibility Centers to Resources and Vendors to show information about in which workspaces they are operating. You can define a filter based on the Asset Responsibility Center so your Maintenance Employees will see Assets and Work Orders that belong to the assigned Asset Responsibility Center.
Asset Responsibility Centers can consist of multiple Asset Locations, and users can be assigned to several Asset Responsibility Centers.
As a manager of your team, you can set up an asset responsibility center filter for assets and maintenance documents for your maintenance employees.
From the Maintenance Employees list, you can edit or create a filter for a user by selecting the ellipsis button in the field. It opens a list where you can select a specific Asset Responsibility Center or add an empty one (it will add an empty value to the filter).
These filters will be applied to specific lists in the EAM part of the system.
If you don't set up a filter for a user, the user will see all records.
Filters are not applied to posted documents (for example posted work orders) and simulated instances.
A user has access to specified asset responsibility centers, and is only able to see specific assets on the asset list. When this user opens the asset tree and for some reason, some of the assets are children of an asset that is visible to the user, but one particular asset should be hidden from the user, it will be visible on the tree because the asset will be marked.
Note: if the setup is hiding the parent asset but children should be visible, the children will not be visible on the asset tree because the parent will not be added to the tree.
In your company, you can create a list of Asset Responsibility Centers. These ARCs can later be assigned to the Resource or Vendor. This is information about the area where this specific record is operating.
On the Resource and Vendor card, you can use the Asset Responsibility Center action to specify the ARC for the selected record.
On the Asset Location Card, you can specify Asset Responsibility Center for the Asset Location.
This value will be applied to the asset every time the Asset Location on the asset is changed. You can always change the ARC on the asset manually, but after changing the asset location (manually or by asset transfer), the ARC value from the Asset Location will be applied.
Asset Responsibility Center from the Asset is always automatically applied to its plans. If you change this value on the asset (manually or by asset transfer), it will update the asset responsibility center on existing plans.
Round Order Plan is created for many assets, so ARC on the Round Order Plan must always be specified manually. It's also applied to the Round Order when the plan is being calculated.
Maintenance Task Plan is created without any asset, so ARC on the Maintenance Task Plan must always be specified manually. It's also applied to the Maintenance Task when the plan is being calculated.
Asset Responsibility Center is applied to all simulations which are simulated instances and simulated lines. The value is the same as the Asset Responsibility Center code on the existing (simulated) plan.
Asset Responsibility Center is added to the posted documents.
When you create a one-off work order, the ARC code is taken from the Asset for which you are creating an order.
When you create a one-off task, the ARC code on the task (and its plan) doesn't have a value.