A work order is a run that has been approved for manufacturing by all of the parties involved: the MEMS Exchange, the participating fabs, and the customer.
A document authorizing the completion of a specific task.
The number assigned to work which is tracked by the FME and FS-WORKS system. The Work Order is used by Facilities Services shops to schedule and do the work, as well as collecting other information about the work.
Authorization to Maintenance to perform work (may include work description, symptoms, special precautions, clearance procedures, etc.).
In PeopleSoft Services Procurement, enables an enterprise to create resource-based and deliverable-based transactions that specify the basic terms and conditions for hiring a specific service provider. When a service provider is hired, the service provider logs time or progress against the work order.
an order requiring P to perform unpaid work for a specified number of hours, in accordance with instructions to be given by the fines officer, in order to discharge by virtue of this Schedule his liability for the relevant sum
A description of a maintenance job. Typically, work orders are prepared by a maintenance manager. The manager schedules the work, assigns personnel to the job, reserves materials (if necessary), and writes up whatever instructions are appropriate. The work order is then printed off and given to the workers who are expected to do the job. After the work is finished, the work order is closed. The closing process records the actual time that the job took, the materials actually used, and so on.
A written directive to a contractor, subcontractor or employee authorizing the work to proceed with a start and completion date.
Provides coordination within a department. The work order indicates which function must carry out which action, in which order, and when.
The form that is given to the installer containing the necessary information regarding an installation. The installer completes the work order in the appropriate places upon completion of the installation.
1) An order to the machine shop for tool manufacture or equipment maintenance; not to be confused with a manufacturing order. Syn: manufacturing order, work ticket. 2) An authorization to start work on an activity (e.g., maintenance) or product.