A Complete Service Log Example¶
In this tutorial we will walk through a complete example of using Service Log to record an output adjustment that is made after morning QC revealed that the output was too high.
The output on a unit has been trending upwards for a little while and one morning the morning output check indicates that the machine output is outside of action levels and treatment can not begin:
The therapist measuring output uses the QATrack+ contacts information to call the on on-call physcist and informs them of the issue:
The physicist must now restrict the machine and perform an output adjustment working alongside the field service engineer (FSE).
The physicist opens QATrack+ and visits the Enter new Service Event page:
The physicist then enters the basic information about this service event:
and then, since this SE was related to a specific Test List Instance, they choose the related Test List, and specific Test List Instance from the Initiated By drop down menu and popup:
Since the service will be performed, now, the physicist changes the Service Status to Service In Progress:
Next the physicist selects the Return To Service QC that will be required before the Unit can be released for clinical duty:
The physicist now clicks Save and the are ready to make the output adjustment. Note that the Service Log Dashboard will now show 1 incomplete Return To Service QC and 1 Service Event needing review.
After The Adjustment¶
The physicist and FSE have now made the adjustment and will now, perform the Return to Service QC. The physicist clicks the Incomplete Return To Service QC button (shown above) and then clicks Perform next to the RTS QC list item:
After the RTSQC is performed the physicist returns to Edit the Service Event so they can complete the entry of how much time it took and who was involved:
The Work description, Service Event Durations, Group Members Involved and User and Third Party Work Durations fields can now all be filled out (If any parts were used in the Service Event, this would also be the time to enter them):
The Service Event Status can now be set to Service Complete:
and Save’d again.
The Dashboard will now show that there is one Return To Service QC, and 1 Service Event awaiting review:
Reviewing The RTSQC and Service Event¶
The physicist now goes back to the Edit page for the Service Event. Note that an attempt to save the Service Event with the Service Event Status to Approved before the RTSQC has been approved will result in an error!
Instead, the physicist first clicks through the Review link for the RTSQC and reviews the QC:
after the RTSQC Test List Instance is reviewed, the physicist is directed back to the Edit page for the Service Event where you can see the updated Review Status of the RTSQC:
The Service Event Status can now be set to Approved and this Service Event is now complete!