Railway workflows

Scheduled maintenance

Periodic examinations – daily, monthly, time interval and mileage interval.

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Arising work

Un-foreseen and unplanned work.

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Vehicle and bogie overhaul

Periodic thorough examination and repair – typically every 3 years.

Heavy equipment overhaul

Periodic thorough examination and repair of detachable equipment.

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Production Planning

Routing work through production shops and capturing time and materials consumed.

DocPacks

We offer a future with no oil stained paperwork, no lost forms, no undecipherable scribbles, no unidentifiable signatures, no photocopying, no duplicate errors, no filing and immediate access to the data you have collected.

Competence Management

Online Training, Competence assessment (by Qualification, Training, Experience and Mentor Assessment) and Competence Expiration/Reassessment.

Railway Expert Knowledge

Wheel Load Balance and Levelling

Primary suspension packer dimension thickness to level and optimise derailment stability.

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Bolt Failure Diagnostic Tool

To help engineers understand why bolted joints fail and identify corrective actions.

Railway auditing

Fleet Delivery Inspections

From manufacturer to ROSCO – Rolling Stock Operating Company.

Redelivery Between TOCs

Train Operating Companies.

Maintenance and Service Handover

Train Maintenance Company and Train Operating Company.

Other processes

Fleet availability management

Making trains available for passenger service.

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Project Management

Task Wraps belong to a project. Plan start, end, precedent tasks, competencies required, manhours and materials. Record the % completion, actual start, actual end and actual hour booked. Assess risk with regard to personnel safety to meeting project plan. Gantt charts and S Curves to report progress.

KPI Navigation

Navigate around wraps using Key Performance Indicator dashboards so that everyone clearly sees what has to be done and what is yet to be done. Work your way through a diminishing job stack.