sop for Preventive Maintenance of Lift
To lay down a procedure for Preventive Maintenance of Lift.
This Standard Operating Procedure is applicable for Preventive Maintenance of Lifts to be followed at formulation plants
3.1 Officer / Executive Engineering shall be responsible for the execution of this procedure.
3.2 Engineering Manager shall be responsible for the implementation of this SOP.
3.3 Head QA/designee shall be responsible for the compliance of this SOP.
4.0 Abbreviations and Definitions
SOP : Standard Operating Procedure etc
PM : Preventive Maintenance
QA : Quality assurance
Qty : Quantity
ER : Engineering
5.1 General Conditions
5.1.1 Refer the master plan of preventive maintenance.
5.1.2 Equipment shall be available for preventive maintenance.
5.1.3 Clean oil / grease stains & remove unwanted material, spares after completion of work.
5.2.1 Use necessary safety wears, while doing the work.
5.2.2 Ensure covers & guards are properly fixed.
5.3 Procedure for Preventive Maintenance of Lift.
5.3.1 Ensure that electrical supply is in off position in main panel and display “Under Maintenance” Board on the panel board.
5.3.2 Switch OFF the drive unit and inform all the concerned.
5.3.3 Operator or above has to ensure and verify the check points for the preventive Maintenance as shown in the Annexure-1.
5.3.4 After the completion of preventive maintenance, check the machine for smooth operation.
5.3.5 Remove “Machine under Maintenance” Board on the panel board after completion of the Maintenance.
5.3.6 The operator / technician who perform the job will enter his name / sign in “Done By” Column and responsible Engineer/ Officer and Officer – Production will put sign in “Checked by” column.
5.3.7 Quarterly Preventive Maintenance is to be carried out as per the following Check points.
22.214.171.124 Check the oil level in gear box and top up if required.
126.96.36.199 Check the nut & bolts of rope on ceiling for proper tightness.
188.8.131.52 Check for the proper door alignment and sliding mechanism.
184.108.40.206 Check the door lock system for proper operation.
220.127.116.11 Check the V belt and timing belt for their condition and tightness.
18.104.22.168 Grease the car pulley.
22.214.171.124 Lubricate the car track with oil.
126.96.36.199 Check all the electrical, and tightened up them.
6.0 Forms and Records
6.1 Quarterly PM Check List of Lift – Annexure-1
7.1 Master copy – Documentation Cell (Quality Assurance)
7.2 Controlled copies – Engineering Department