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General articles on different functions in TM Master.

  • The New Dive module rules

    Only components that have been set with the ‘Dive’ Division will be shown in the dive module Only components that have been set with the ‘Dive’ Division and are not flagged as ‘Asset’ will be extracte...

  • Component Code Philosophy

    A component code should have three purposes It should be a unique identifier for the component within a unit’s technical structure. It should indicate which level of the technical structure (Hierachy)...

  • Crew Module – Work/Vacation Calculation.

    Description In accordance with a number of customers’ wishes, the ‘Onboard day Calculations’ tab within the crew module has been replaced by a new, more extensive ‘Work / Vacation Calculation’ tab.  A...

  • Description of Risk Analysis Documents

    In the TM Master V2 system there is a function for attaching Risk analysis documents to any Component specific maintenance routine (Component Job).  This automatically restricts the process of complet...

  • Description of work permit

    In the TM Master system there are two different work permit formats, Electronic and Manual. Electronic:  Update: Can be both a template file or a normal Word/Excel file and you can use any design you ...

  • Circulating Components

    Circulating Components In TM Master v2 the term “Circulating Components” is used for “Spare” components which are on a regular basis are in use and is dismounted and changed when they need maintenance...

  • The functions and purpose of the Proforma module

    The functions and purpose of the Proforma module is as follows: Purchasers can set the delivery address to be a forwarder (such as Kuhne & Nagel, DSV etc). When the forwarder receives a delivery marke...

  • We do not check replication for our customers free of charge

    When a replication problem has occurred the cause can be both data or software related, but in many cases the problem is external and not related to Tm Master V2.  That is why we encourage all our cus...