The follow-up of machinery and equipment, timely periodic maintenance, control of repairs, monitoring fuel consumption and accurate recording of working hours are all very important for efficiency and workplace safety. A missed round of maintenance, a measure not taken in time, a control carried out improperly could incur great costs, and worse, could lead to irreparable workplace accidents. Often it is not enough to carry out controls over machinery and equipment, the controls need to be documented for the employer, inspection consultants and officials. EGEM allows for the follow-up of all these functions, their recording and reporting. All machinery and equipment, those in ownership, as well as leased and leased out can be followed-up using EGEM.
Wherever you may be in the world, as long as you have internet access, you may access EGEM, carry out functions and produce reports in line with your level of authorisation. All machinery and equipment, those in ownership, as well as leased and leased out can be followed-up using EGEM.
Detailed Equipment Data
EGEM records all information about machinery and equipment in detail, allows for follow-up and reporting.
It allows for equipment to be classed by category. It displays the use status and location of all equipment. With EGEM, it is possible to manage transfer processes between locations and projects. All sorts of detailed data, such as serial numbers, calibration, fuel consumption and technical information can be entered and monitored on EGEM. It is possible to record fuel and machine-oil consumption, analyse it, produce consumption predictions and report over-consumption. EGEM allows for filtering based on types of reports formed.
Equipment Repair and Maintenance Follow-Up
EGEM allows for forming schedules for the periodic and preventative maintenance of pieces of equipment and to record outcomes of inspections. It minimises loss of funds and time due to breakdowns caused by missed rounds of repairs.
With EGEM, you can form preventative maintenance plans for each piece of equipment, as well as plan for periodic inspections for each piece of equipment. EGEM allows for prioritising and managing equipment breakdown records. It offers the ability to form work orders and follow-up outcomes. Managers can assign tasks to users who are responsible for breakdown records. EGEM records the outcomes of maintenance plans formed and sends out notices of upcoming maintenance work to ensure that equipment is managed flawlessly. It is very easy to follow-up and report on maintenance costs with EGEM.
Follow-Up Equipment Documents
EGEM allows for all documents belonging to a piece of machinery or equipment to be recorded and followed-up in the equipment tag. The equipment tag can contain bills for purchase, leasing, services and insurance and it can also hold many different types of document for a piece of equipment including labels, breakdown work forms, transfer directions, user’s manuals, inspection and control documents and visuals.
Management of Out of Use Equipment
EGEM allows for the follow-up of scrapping, return and sale processes of equipment used on projects. It allows users to report the reasons for the equipment falling out of use. With EGEM the sale and leasing process can be followed-up and an approval mechanism for the sale and lease process may be formed to carry out the procedure by the chain of authorisation. A scrapping process with an approval mechanism may be established. Reporting on the causes and timeline for equipment to be scrapped from the pool may be carried out. Calculating the cost of equipment sold is also possible using EGEM.
Follow-Up Equipment Costs
EGEM records all costs accruing from a piece of equipment, including ownership and operational costs. It provides the necessary data for a user to analyse profitability.
With EGEM the initial purchase costs of a piece of equipment, useful life data and budgeted amortisation costs can be kept under record. It is possible to monitor all operational costs such as maintenance, spare parts purchase and fuel consumption of the piece of equipment from the date of its arrival. Users may view the project-based or lifelong costs for a piece of equipment.
EGEM provides the real time status of all equipment and machinery in the pool and allows for machinery-equipment transfers to be managed easily on the system. It allows for the equipment to be distributed most efficiently among locations and projects.
With EGEM, it is possible to separately enter different cost headings arising from the procedure, such as insurance and transport. EGEM allows for recording the relevant documents about the transfer of equipment and to view all information about the piece of equipment on the transfer screen. Users can rate the conditions of the equipment and its final status during the transfer process.
Reports for Equipment
With EGEM, many reports may be created under the headings equipment, fuel consumption, costs and preventative maintenance. In addition to these reports, EGEM allows for the formation of specific report types for all needs.