WheelHouse provides an easy-to-use interface to manage maintenance related activities on a single vessel or fleet. This powerful vessel maintenance system enables the owner/operator; captain; crew; or engineer to maintain the material condition of their vessel(s) using comprehensive Planned Maintenance (PMs) Tasks and Onetime Maintenance (OMs) Tasks that link documents, special tools, and required parts to the task. WheelHouse is a Software as a Service (Saas) application on cloud technology with off-line syncing operation through WheelHouse Underway. The recent addition of vessel monitoring now allows user to integrate real-time monitoring and switching control over their vessels.
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V3.2 provides expanded support for the Streamlined Inspection Program for passenger vessels and adds new functionality for managing maintenance intervals for yachts and workboats.
- Fleets: Full support for the USCG Streamliined Inspection Program (SIP) is now available for passenger vessel fleets, including Inspection Criteria References, planning/scheduling/performing inspections, and support for Correction Reports.
- All Vessels: Ability to search and report on maintenance history using a date range.
- All Vessels: Users can now identify a maintenance frequency as “Fixed Recurring” so they alert on the same day each period regardless of when they were actually completed. For example, if a PMs Frequency is set to Quarterly and the Next Due is set to 3/1, then when the task is completed it will automatically reschedule to 6/1 regardless of when the task was actually completed. This is useful for cases like periodic inspections or spring commissioning when you want a task to alert at a specific time each period regardless of when it was last done. If “Fixed Recurring” is left unchecked (the default), the maintenance interval will schedule from the date the work is actually completed as it has always done.
- All Vessels: Some pages/reports that are data heavy (or whose pages take a while to build because of the amount of HTML that needs to be displayed) now have a “loading” animation that comes up until the page fully loads. This is so the user is aware that the application is working on delivering the content.