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  1. self.addInfoPopUps = function () {
  3.         self.createQtip("drg-info", "Hint. Data mandatory for transportation of Dangerous goods that requires specific documentation. Mandatory for Lithium Batteries.");
  4.         self.createQtip("dispatch-info", "Hint. By selecting a value, the item will be contained in a separate shipment (DGR or temperature controled).");
  5.         self.createQtip("description-info", "All standard and non-standard items created must have a description in English which should describe the item in its standard unit of measure. The key word should be put first in the description, in capital letters, followed by a comma and the rest of the description.");
  7.         self.createQtip("manufacturer-info", "If selected, then at the reception, the manufacturer must be entered.");
  8.         self.createQtip("countryOfOrigin-info", "If selected,  then at the reception, the country of origin is mandatory in the Lot Master.");
  9.         self.createQtip("dispatch-info", "Selecting a value will allow the system to group, separate or restrict Shipments containing the item based on the grouping e.g. DGR , Temperature Controlled or Import/ Export License Required.");
  10.         self.createQtip("dgrData-info", "Information related to the transportation and physical handling of an item in line with Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR). Mandatory for Dangerous Goods and Lithium Batteries.");
  11.         self.createQtip("lotProcessing-info", " Determines the process used by the system to assign a lot number during reception of goods:"+
  12.                                                 "<ol><li><b>BAT-Batch managed item:</b> Lot number to be entered manually as the batch number which is normally assigned by the manufacturer to multiple pieces that are part of the same production lot for one item.</li>" +
  13.                                                 "<li><b>NON-Non-batched/ non-serialized:</b> System will automatically assign a lot number to the item at reception</li>" +
  14.                                                 "<li><b>SER-Serialized item:</b> Lot number to be entered manually as the serial number which is a unique identifier for each individual piece as identified by the manufacturer.</li>");
  15.         self.createQtip("leadTime-info", "Number of days it takes for the item to come from the supply point (Supplier) to the requesting point (Warehouse).");
  16.         self.createQtip("opc-info", "A code that specifies the rules for inventory reordering in the Requirements Planning and Procurement systems. It defines replenishment rules for items and how demand is grouped."+
  17.                                     "<ul><li><b>1-Lot for Lot:</b> This setting ensures that every I3 forecast, SO or ST prompts a separate MRP message.</li>" +
  18.                                     "<li><b>4-Period of Supply:</b> This setting groups the quantities of all MRP messages from the next "start date" onward for the number of days specified in the filed "Order Policy Value" (OPV) into a single MRP message.</li>");
  19.         self.createQtip("opv-info", " The length of the period in days (starting from the next "Start Date") over which MRP messages are aggregated into a single message so as to reduce the number of messages as well as the number of STs (replenishment orders) which have to be treated upstream. The setting only applies if the "Order Policy Code" of the item is set to "4-Period of Supply".</li></ul>");
  20.         self.createQtip("medicalPurchasingPolicy-info", "Indicates from where a medical item can be sourced e.g. local purchase authorized, sourcing from GVA only");
  21.         self.createQtip("medicalPriority-info", "This setting helps in prioritizing shipments in emergencies, prioritizing sourcing and work on delivery time for the vital ones:");
  22.         self.createQtip("afterSalesCode-info", "<p>This setting is used to classify health equipment accoring to the following parameters: </p>"+
  23.                                                 "<b>S - Spare Parts: "Y" or "N"</b>"+
  24.                                                     "<ul><li>Yes: spare parts must be kept in stock at the assisted health care facilities at all times.</li>" +
  25.                                                     "<li>No: no need to stock spare parts at the assisted health care facilities. </li></ul>" +
  26.                                                 "<b>M - Maintenance: Level "1", "2", "3" or "4"</b>" +
  27.                                                     "<ul><li>Level 1: equipment which requires only basic maintenance (such as cleaning and checking) and can be carried out by medical staff.</li>" +
  28.                                                     "<li>Level 2: requires maintenance by a trained technician which is supervised by a biomedical engineer.</li>" +
  29.                                                     "<li>Level 3: requires expertise of a professional biomedical engineer (local, resident or mobile) who has received specialized training on this specific piece of equipment from the manufacturer or authorized agent.</li>" +
  30.                                                     "<li>Level 4: external technician from the manufacturer or an authorized agent. Therefore these pieces of healthcare equipment make the availability of an external technician at the assisted health care facilities mandatory.</li></ul>" +
  31.                                                 "<b>C - Contract: "Y" or "N"</b>"+
  32.                                                     "<ul><li>Yes: requires a commercial contract with the supplier for installation, commissioning, testing, maintenance, repair and servicing (in addition to the PO). </li>" +
  33.                                                     "<li>No: no contract is required for servicing and maintenance</li></ul>");
  34.     }