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Pinacia Inc.
5739 Kanan Road, # 349, Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Phone: (818) 396-8550 Fax: (818) 396-3524
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  • Schedule All Maintenance
  • Equipment & Vehicles
  • Full Inventory Control
  • P.O.s, RFBs, Invoices
  • Work Orders, Bar Coding
  • Emergency Work Orders
  • Email Alerts
  • QuickBooks Link
  • Send Work To Vendors
  • Customer/Vendor Tracking
  • Track Customers
  • Maintenance Histories
  • Access Passwords
  • Supervisory Control
  • And Much More!
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Pinacia Inc.
5699 Kanan Road, #349
Agoura Hills, CA USA 91301

Phone: (818) 396-8550
Sales Support: ext. 1
Tech Support: ext. 2
Fax: (818) 396-3524
info@pinacia.com

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Click Here to see a demonstration video on Work Orders for Equipment Maintenance, which includes a demonstration on how to create work orders in EZM Web.

Creating Work Orders (For Scheduled Preventive Maintenance)

In EZM Web, to create a scheduled preventive maintenance work order for a piece of equipment, you just select that maintenance event from the list of scheduled maintenance events for that piece of equipment and click to create a work order for it!

On this page, you can view all of the scheduled maintenance events for a particular piece of equipment. Notice that, in the screenshot below, all of the equipment currently tracked by EZM Web is listed above, and below that the list of all scheduled maintenance events for the selected piece of equipment is shown:



Notice that the due date of one of the scheduled maintenance events is shown in red text; this means that the preventive maintenance event is overdue. However, a work order has been created for it; as the number for that work order is shown in the W.O. No. (Work Order Number) column on the far left. If no work order has been created for a scheduled maintenance event, no work order number is shown, as is the case with the "Annual" maintenance shown here. Here you can also see who each work order is assigned to; the second work order is assigned to "Joseph Harris".

To view the details for a work order, just click on its work order number!

Now, to create the new work order, just select one of the scheduled maintenance events and then click on the CREATE/EDIT WORK ORDER button, which opens up the following page where you fill in the details for the new work order:

On this page, the following information is displayed:

  • Information about the piece of equipment for which you are creating the work order.
  • Information about the customer who owns this piece of equipment, if the equipment doesn't belong to your company and you are servicing it for someone else.
  • The type of maintenance being performed.
  • Notes about the work order and who the work is assigned to, who is performing the work, and who has approved it.
  • The total costs for the work and equipment down time.
  • The materials, replacement parts and operations/steps necessary to complete the maintenance.


When you create a work order, the materials, replacement parts, and operations/steps necessary to complete the work are all filled in automatically. However, if you need to make changes to the materials, parts, and operations on the work order to accommodate a particular instance, you can do that as well!

Once the work has actually been completed, all you have to do is mark the work order as closed and it goes into the equipment maintenance history along with all other closed work orders:



Creating Unscheduled Work Orders

EZM Web maintenance software also allows you to create unscheduled work orders that aren't part of the normal maintenance schedule for unexpected equipment breakdowns. This is done by using the UNSCHEDULED WO button:



After clicking on this button, a page similar to the one at which you create a scheduled work order will load. Just select the piece of equipment for which you want to create the work order and the type of maintenance you want to perform!
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