360°Strategic Asset Management > Setup > Event Definition > Event Object > Setup > Related Event > Event Related Age

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Risk Management > Setup > Event Definition > Event Object > Setup > Related Event > Event Related Age

Use this form to create and maintain the suppression/triggers of events by defining the event related age between events. Use this to define the ageing parameters for the related event. Ageing parameters are used to measure and record the age of object, for scheduling of maintenance or administration of warranties.

Task Suppressions are defined for a scenario where the occurrence of a maintenance event also includes the occurrence of another planned maintenance event. It therefore contains the same maintenance actions as planned as a separate event and should therefore suppress the contained event.

Task triggers are defined for specific maintenance actions where the occurrence of a maintenance event also needs the occurrence of another maintenance event. The creation of such an event on the maintenance plan automatically triggers the other maintenance event to occur as well. It also includes the settings for the triggering of condition based events.

Tasks that use this form

Create/delete new event related age

Navigating the form

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form:

Buttons

Control name

Description

New

Create a new related event record.

Delete

Delete related event record.

Fields

Field name

Field description

UOM

Select from the lookup list the type of Unit of Measure. Available values are METER, CALENDAR and QUANTITY.

UOM code

The UOM code to define the lag.

LAG

The lag or time/meter lapse between the main event and the triggered event.

Negative variance

If the suppressed event is scheduled to occur within the defined variances from the occurrence of the main event it will be suppressed. If it is scheduled to occur outside the defined variances from the main event, it will not be suppressed by the occurrence of the main event. Note that suppression variance is always expressed in days, regardless of UOM’s.

Positive variance

If the suppressed event is scheduled to occur within the defined variances from the occurrence of the main event it will be suppressed. If it is scheduled to occur outside the defined variances from the main event, it will not be suppressed by the occurrence of the main event. Note that suppression variance is always expressed in days, regardless of UOM’s.

Event relation

This field will be default in from the Related Events form and cannot be edited in the related ageing form.