boards (fig. 6-3) are divided into sections representing
each work center. Each work center section is identified
by a standard work center designation, identification of
the work center systems within the work center
maintenance areas are optional on the maintenance
control VIDS board. Four columns are mandatory on
the maintenance control and all work center boards.
They are (1) the column displaying the work center
designation, as already mentioned; (2) the In-Work
column, which is used to display in-progress
maintenance actions; (3) the AWM or Awaiting
Maintenance column, to display maintenance actions
that have been deferred; and (4), the AWP or Awaiting
Parts column, to display maintenance actions that
cannot be completed because of a lack of parts or
W/C VB - 01
DECK GEAR &
1. PROBLEM DISCOVERED. M/C NOTIFIED.
AND PLACED ON VIDS BOARD.
MAF INITIATED. MAF CARD INITIATED
2. JOB GOES AWP. MAF CARD MOVED TO
AWP COLUMN. M/C NOTIFIED. PARTS
RECEIVED AND CHECKED AGAINST I/DPL
JOB TO "IN WORK" WHEN DIRECTED BY M/C
3. WHEN JOB IS COMPLETED, M/C NOTIFIED. 2-PART
MAF COMPLETED AND FORWARDED TO M/C.
MAF CARD REVERSED INDICATING "AWAITING MAF".
4. MAF COPY 2 RETURNED FOR W/C
HISTORY FILE. MAF CARD DISCARDED.
Figure 6-3.Work center VIDS board.