Condition-based Monitoring (Cbm) Overview

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Condition-based Monitoring (Cbm) Overview - Quiz

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Who determines asset meter upper and lower limits?

    • A.

      Corporate Maintenance Manager

    • B.

      Corporate Maintenance SMEs

    • C.

      Corporate PM Administrator

    • D.

      RMSs

    Correct Answer
    B. Corporate Maintenance SMEs
    Explanation
    Corporate Maintenance SMEs determine asset meter upper and lower limits. These individuals have expertise in maintenance and are responsible for managing and maintaining assets within an organization. They have the knowledge and experience to determine the appropriate upper and lower limits for asset meters, ensuring that they are set at levels that optimize performance and prevent any potential damage or failures. Their role is crucial in ensuring that assets are effectively monitored and maintained, maximizing their lifespan and minimizing downtime.

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  • 2. 

    Who creates meters in RigMax?

    • A.

      Corporate Maintenance Manager

    • B.

      Corporate Maintenance SMEs

    • C.

      Corporate PM Administrator

    • D.

      RMSs

    Correct Answer
    C. Corporate PM Administrator
    Explanation
    The Corporate PM Administrator is responsible for creating meters in RigMax. They have the authority and knowledge to set up and manage the meters effectively. The other options, such as the Corporate Maintenance Manager, Corporate Maintenance SMEs, and RMSs, may have different roles and responsibilities within the organization, but creating meters is not specifically mentioned as part of their duties.

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  • 3. 

    True or False?  If a meter reading is entered into a work order incorrectly, the RMS can remedy the entry.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    If a meter reading is entered into a work order incorrectly, the RMS (Remote Monitoring System) can remedy the entry. This means that if a mistake is made while entering the meter reading, the RMS system has the capability to correct the error and ensure that the accurate reading is recorded.

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  • 4. 

    Once meters are created, how are they linked to work orders?

    • A.

      The meter is assigned to the work order directly

    • B.

      The meter is assigned to the job plan task

    • C.

      The meter is added to PM records

    • D.

      The meter is assigned to assets and then added to work orders directly

    Correct Answer
    B. The meter is assigned to the job plan task
    Explanation
    Meters are linked to work orders by assigning them to the job plan task. This means that the meter is associated with a specific task within the job plan, allowing for accurate tracking and measurement of the work being performed. This helps in monitoring and maintaining the equipment or assets associated with the work order.

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  • 5. 

    Where do Crafts enter meter readings?

    • A.

      In an asset record

    • B.

      In a job plan

    • C.

      In a work order, on the Actuals tab

    • D.

      In a work order, on the Plans tab

    Correct Answer
    C. In a work order, on the Actuals tab
    Explanation
    Crafts enter meter readings in a work order, specifically on the Actuals tab. This is where they can record the actual readings of meters or gauges related to the work being performed. This information is important for tracking the usage and performance of assets, as well as for maintenance planning and scheduling. By entering the meter readings on the Actuals tab of a work order, crafts ensure that accurate data is captured and can be used for analysis and decision-making purposes.

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  • 6. 

    What are the two (2) meter limit types?

    • A.

      Warning and Alert

    • B.

      Alert and Action

    • C.

      Action and Reaction

    • D.

      Warning and Action

    Correct Answer
    D. Warning and Action
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Warning and Action. This is because warning and action are two types of limit types that can be used to communicate a specific message or response. Warning limits are set to indicate that a certain condition is approaching a critical level and action may be required to prevent further issues or consequences. Action limits, on the other hand, indicate that a specific action must be taken immediately to address a critical situation. These limit types are commonly used in various contexts such as safety protocols, system monitoring, and risk management.

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  • 7. 

    Who receives an e-mail if an action is out of tolerance? (choose two (2) answers that apply)

    • A.

      Corporate Maintenance

    • B.

      OIM

    • C.

      RMS

    • D.

      PM Administrator

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Corporate Maintenance
    C. RMS
    Explanation
    Corporate Maintenance and RMS receive an email if an action is out of tolerance. Corporate Maintenance is responsible for maintaining the overall operations and maintenance of the company, so they need to be notified if there is an action that is not within the acceptable limits. RMS, which stands for Risk Management System, is also involved in monitoring and managing risks within the company, so they need to be informed if there is an action that is out of tolerance.

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  • 8. 

    What happens when an action is out of tolerance?

    • A.

      A PM work order is created

    • B.

      A CM work order is created

    • C.

      An SV work order is created

    • D.

      The RMS is instructed to create a CM work order

    Correct Answer
    B. A CM work order is created
    Explanation
    When an action is out of tolerance, a Corrective Maintenance (CM) work order is created. This means that there is a deviation from the standard or acceptable range of performance, and immediate action is required to fix the issue. The CM work order ensures that the necessary repairs or adjustments are carried out to bring the action back within the acceptable tolerance levels. This helps to maintain the efficiency and reliability of the system or equipment.

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  • 9. 

    What is the best way to see all work order tasks that require meter reading entries?

    • A.

      Scroll to the bottom of the Tasks in the Actuals tab

    • B.

      Click twice on the Measure Point heading in the Actuals tab

    • C.

      Click twice on the Measure Point heading in the Plans tab

    • D.

      Click twice on the Summary heading in the Actuals tab

    Correct Answer
    B. Click twice on the Measure Point heading in the Actuals tab
    Explanation
    To see all work order tasks that require meter reading entries, the best way is to click twice on the Measure Point heading in the Actuals tab. This action will sort the tasks based on the Measure Point, allowing the user to easily identify and access the tasks that require meter reading entries.

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  • 10. 

    Which report shows all meter readings for an asset?

    • A.

      Asset Detail Report

    • B.

      Asset Meters Report

    • C.

      PM Meter Readings Report

    • D.

      Asset Measurement History Report

    Correct Answer
    D. Asset Measurement History Report
    Explanation
    The Asset Measurement History Report is the correct answer because it provides a comprehensive overview of all meter readings for a specific asset. This report allows users to track and analyze the historical data of meter readings, providing valuable insights into the performance and maintenance needs of the asset over time. It is a useful tool for asset management and decision-making processes.

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