360°Strategic Asset Management > Setup > Event Definition > Event Object > Setup > Responsible Organisation

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Risk Management > Setup > Event Definition > Event Object >Setup > Responsible Organisation

This form is used to define the organisation responsible for the maintenance of an object or a part of the structure. The responsible organisation is set up to specify the organisation/workshop responsible for the Execution order after it was transferred from forecast events into an execution order. Use this only in the case where some sections are maintained by different organisations. This value will be the default maintenance organisation for all work orders created for the specific event.

This function is used to register all possible organisations that may perform the specific event. The scheduling process and the event transfer process use this information to determine the most likely maintenance organisation responsible to perform the task.

Tasks that use this form

Create/delete new responsible organisation

Navigating the form

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


Control name



Create a new responsible organisation record.


Delete a responsible organisation record.


Field name

Field description


This field determines the type of organisation which will be responsible for this event. Choose between Maintenance Plan and Maintenance Execution.

Object code

This field is a unique user definable code to identify an object. Select from the predefined drop down list of object codes.

Structure code

This field is the structure position for the object. The code uniquely identifying the position of the item in the structure and is user definable. A Structure code of “0” is automatically allocated by the system for the top (Highest level) of every object.


Select the organisation (execution warehouse) that is responsible for the execution of the work order for the selected object.

Organisation Structure

This field will be added by lookup information from the organisation.


Indicates if one organisation is preferred. The smallest value is most preferred.