(e) Build/update trouble indicators (5). Function 5 allows you to build a
table of trouble-indicator codes. You can update, delete, and query for trouble-indicator
(f) Build/update failure-detection codes (6). This menu selection
allows you to build a table of failure-detection codes. You can update, delete, and
query for failure-detection codes.
(6) Update report print/display options (6). Menu selection 6 on the 3.3.4
menu allows the manager to specify which reports, when invoked by menu selection,
must be printed and which can be displayed on the terminal and optionally printed.
(7) Archive file processing (7). This option allows you to review, print, and
send files that have been archived by the system on its internal disk.
d. Work Order Processing (1). Selection of the first option on menu 3.3 takes
you to menu 3.3.1 shown in figure 4-4. This function allows you to enter, schedule,
assign, track, and report medical maintenance work orders and identify and track the
status of equipment directly supported by local medical maintenance personnel. This
menu contains the following functions.
(1) Enter/assign/update work order (1). The first option on submenu 3.3.1
allows you to document, update, and track maintenance requests received. Selection of
this option takes you to submenu 18.104.22.168 which contains the following functions.
Refer to figure 4-4.
(a) Enter/update work orders (1). This option allows you to enter and
update work orders. The system will assign a work-order number to the work order
(b) Assign work orders (2). Option 2 allows you to assign work orders.
The work order must be assigned to add parts or close out (complete) the work order.
(c) Refer/evacuate work orders (3). This option allows you to refer or
evacuate a work order.
(d) Recall completed work orders (4). Selection of this option allows
you to recall a completed work order.
(e) Defer work order (5). This allows you to defer a work order.
Reject work order (6). Use this option to reject a work order.