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Purpose of equipment tag outs
Provides safety for equipment and personnel for the prevention of improper operation of equipment component or systems
What type of tag out are there?
1. Standard tag out: Equipment down and tagged out for repair.
2. PMS tag out: Performing routine PMS checks during normal work hours on equipment requiring tags.
Duties of the CO pertaining to tag out procedures.
1. Responsible for the safety of the command
2. Authorize single valve protection tag outs to HIGH ENERGY/ UNLIMITED flooding systems
Duties of the CDO/OOD pertaining to tag out procedures.
1. Ensure compliance with COMMAND tag out procedures.
2. Acts as the CO's representative when the CO is not onboard.
Duties of the repair activity representative pertaining to tag out procedures.
Ensure compliance with tag out log procedures between repair and tended personnel
Duties of the Departmental Duty Officer/ Engineering Duty Officer (DDO/EDO) pertaining to tag out procedures.
Ensure compliance with tag out log procedures on a departmental level
Duties of the Authorizing Officer pertaining to tag out procedures. (CSOOW,EOOW,ETC...)
1. Person with the authority to sign, issue, or clear tags and labels.
2. Must be designated in writing
Duties of the WCS pertaining to tag out procedures.
Develops, issues and inventory work center tag record
Duties of the person attaching tags/ Petty Officer in charge, pertaining to tag out procedures.
1. Fills out the record sheet, prepares tags; Place all valves, switches, components, etc.... In the authorized position and signs all tags.
2. Must be Maintenance Person (301) Qualified
Duties of the person checking tags/second person, pertaining to tag out procedures.
1. Person fully knowledgeable of equipment being tagged, who after INDEPENDENT verification, indicates satisfaction with completion of the tag out procedures by signing the record sheet and tags.
2. Must be Maintenance Person (301) qualified.
What is the purpose of the Caution Tag?
A YELLOW tag that serves as a PRECAUTION which provides any special instructions or indicate that and unusual caution must be used to OPERATE equipment.
What is the purpose of the Danger Tag?
1. A RED tag PROHIBITS operation of EQUIPMENT that could jeopardize the safety of PERSONNEL or ENDANGER equipment, systems, components.
2. The minimum signatures required on a danger/caution tag is: Three (1st and 2nd person and authorizing officer)
Special Note
Because there are NO TAGS OIR LABELS on a piece of equipment, is not authorization to operate that equipment.
What is the purpose of the Out of Commission Label?
It's a RED LABEL used to identify instruments that WILL NOT correctly indicate parameters because they are DEFECTIVE or isolated from the system.
What is the purpose of an Out Of Calibration Label?
An ORANGE LABEL used to identify instruments that are out of calibration and will not accurately indicate parameters.
What is the purpose of Danger/ Caution Tag Out Index and Records Audit?
Provide a reference of existing tag outs to ensure serial numbers are SEQUENTIALLY ISSUED and to assist in conducting audits of the log.
*Audits are conducted weekly
What is the purpose of Danger/ Caution Tag Out Record Sheet?
Record ALL tags associated with tag out of a system and/or components and the reason for the tags.
What is the purpose of the instrument log?
Record of OUT OF COMMISSION/OUT OF CALIBRATION labels and is maintained in a manner similar to the tag out log.
What is the purpose of Tag Guide List (TGL)?
Identifies information necessary to properly and effectively place tags to prevent IMPROPER operation when a system component or equipment is isolated for accomplishment of PMS.
2. Laminated after final approval. (Front only)
What is the purpose of the PMS Danger Tag?
A LAMINATED Danger Tag intended for REPEATED USE and authorized only for designated PMS maintenance actions. These actions EXCLUDE procedures which require PARTICIPATION OF TWO OR MORE WORK CENTERS and THOSE REQUIRING MORE THAN ONE WORKING DAY for completion.
2. PMS Danger Tags shall be serialized with work centers and their issue recorded in the work center PMS red tag record.
What are the sections in the tag out log?
1. Copy of the ship's tag out bill
2. Index/Audit record sheet
3. Active tag out record sheet (Danger/Caution)
4. Inactive/completed tag out record sheet (danger/caution resord sheets completed since last audit)
5. Instrument Log - Sequential listing of out of calibration/out of commission labels
PMS red tag record contains what?
1. A copy of the equipment tag out instruction and any amplifying instructions
2. Work center PMS red tag record
3. Laminated Tag Guide List(s)
4. Laminated red tags
What procedures must be taken by an authorizing officer prior to tag out?
1. Ensure permission from CO & Department head or other departmental authorizing officer (as required) is granted to accomplish tag out.
2. Ensure proper NOTIFICATION of all affected personnel
3. Notify DAMAGE CONTROL CENTRAL (if required)
4. Notify OOD or CDO (as Appropriate)
5. Review the record sheet and tags for ADEQUACY and ACCURACY.
Tag out audit procedures the Authorizing Officer does what with the Tag-Out Index Log?
1. By utilizing work center personnel, verify that the tags are properly attached, valves/breakers are in the authorized positions, as indicated on the record sheet.
2. Compares record sheets to index/audit record to ensure all tags were properly audited.(A similar audit will be conducted on the instrument log)
3. Audits are performed every week (some exceptions apply). Results are reported to the cognizant department head for further action.
Tag out audit procedures for PMS tag outs
WORK CENTER SUPERVISORS will conduct a DAILY INVENTORY of all work center PMS red tags. The DIVO will conduct a WEEKLY audit and initial record.
Purpose and procedures for shipboard heat stress control
1. Provides policy concerning the determination of personnel exposure limits in HIGH HEAT and HUMIDITY;establish procedures for normal SURVEY of shipboard spaces and report actions when hazardous conditions are found to exist.
2. Heat stress reports are to be made and PROCEDURES IMPLEMENTED WHEN TEMPERATURE REACHES OR EXCEEDS 100 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT.
Purpose and procedures for hearing conservation
Prevents or reduces occupational noise related to hearing loss; adequate hearing protection and/or reduced stay time is required where noise levels exceed 84 DECIBELS(DB) CONTINUOUS OR INTERMITTENT Single hearing protection required. OR 104 db IMPULSE OF IMPACT. Double hearing protection required.
Purpose and procedures for electrical safety.
1. Enables all hands to identify common shipboard electrical shock hazards and take appropriate precautions to avoid both PERSONNEL INJURY and EQUIPMENT DAMAGE. Identification and reporting of common electrical hazards and correct procedures for obtaining electrical portable tools are covered during indoctrination procedures.
2. Electrical safety checks are required on all personal electrical gear brought onboard the USS Boxer
Purpose and procedures for Operational Risk Management
A. The process of dealing the risk associated with military operations, which includes RISK ASSESSMENT, RISK DECISION MAKING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF EFFECTIVE RISK CONTROLS
B. 5 step process of ORM:
1. Identify hazards
2. Assess hazards
3. Make risk decisions
4. Implement controls
5. Supervise controls
Purpose and procedures for Hazardous Material / Waste Handling and Disposal
1. Establishes uniform policy, guidance and requirement for the life cycle control and quality management of Hazardous Material (HM) acquired and used by the Navy
Purpose and procedures for sight conservation.
Provides policy concerning personnel working in EYE HAZARDOUS AREAS
Purpose and procedures for going aloft
1. Minimize danger to personnel from hazardous electromagnetic RADIATION and FUMES. Also reduces injuries caused by falling through the use of proper safety equipment.
2. Procedures are found in the SORM and NAVY OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (NAVOSH) PROGRAM for forces afloat.
Planned Maintenance System
Provides a simple and standard means for planning, scheduling, controlling and performing planned maintenance on all equipment and represents an efficient means for using available maintenance resources.
* Preventive maintenance is performed to prevent equipment failure or breakage. IT IS THE MINIMUM AMOUNT REQUIRED TO KEEP OR MAINTAIN A SYSTEM IN A FULLY OPERABLE CONDITION AND WITHIN SPECIFICATION
Maintenance Data System (MDS)
Provides a system for the collection of data concerning corrective maintenance and configuration changes
* Corrective Maintenance is the actions required to restore equipment or system to a fully operable condition within specifications
What is the duty of the Type Commander (TYCOM)
Exercise Primary responsibility for the effective operation and support of the ship's 3M system within their respective commands
COMMANDING OFFICER
Has overall responsibility for ensuring ship's maintenance is accomplished in accordance with 3-M system procedures.
EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Ship's 3-M manager and is responsible to the CO for the overall management of the ship's 3-M system.
3-M SYSTEM COORDINATOR
Serves as the functioning manager of the 3-M system and is responsible to the XO for the coordination and direct supervision of all adimin facets of the ships 3-M system program.
DEPARTMENT HEAD
Responsible for the effective operation of the 3-M system within their department. Must review and approve all cycle and quarterly schedules for the department.
DIVISION OFFICER
RESPONSIBLE TO THE DEPARTMENT HEAD AND WILL BE TRAINED IN THE 3-M SYSTEM. HE / SHE ASSISTS IN MANAGING THE MAINTENANCE REQUIRED FOR THE EQUIPMENT WITHIN THEIR DIVISION. (REVIEW & APPROVE WEEKLY SCHEDULE)
DEPARTMENTAL 3-M ASSISTANT
PROVIDE ASSISTANCE IN THE COORDINATION AND SUPERVISION OF ALL ADMINISTRATIVE FACETS OF THE DEPARTMENT’S 3-M PROGRAM.
GROUP SUPERVISOR
RESPOSIBLE FOR THE PROPER PERFORMANCE OF 3-M SYSTEM FUNCTIONS WITHIN THEIR RESPECTIVE WORKCENTERS (TWO or MORE).
WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR
(1) SHALL BE THE SENIOR RANKING PERSON IN THE WORKCENTER. RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EFFECTIVE OPERATION OF THE 3-M PROGRAM WITHIN HIS / HER WORK CENTER.

(2) SCHEDULES AND SUPERVISE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE WEEKLY WORK CENTER MAINTENANCE.

(3) ENSURES THE DIVISION OFFICER OR GROUP SUPERVISOR IS ADVISED OF ALL 3-M SYSTEM ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE WORK CENTER.

(4) MAINTAIN AN ADEQUATE SUPPLY OF 3-M SYSTEM MATERIALS WITHIN THE WORK CENTER.

(5) ENSURES PROMPT DOCUMENTATION OF ALL NOTED MATERIAL DEFICIENCIES.

(6) ENSURES PROMPT DOCUMENTATION OF COMPLETED MAINTENANCE ACTIONS.

(7) ENSURES MAXIMUM USE OF PMS AS AN AID IN TRAINING (NEWLY REPORTING PERSONNEL).

(8) VERIFIES THE CURRENT SHIP MAINTENANCE PROJECT (CSMP).
(9) REVIEWS MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT CARDS (MRC’s) AND PROMPTLY SUBMIT A PMS FEED BACK REPORT (FBR) WHENEVER:

- MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE NOT FULLY UNDERSTOOD.

- ERRORS ARE BELIEVED TO EXIST.

- MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS APPEAR TO BE INADEQUATE OR EXCESSIVE.

- ADDITIONAL COVERAGE IS NEEDED.

- PERFORMANCE OF THE MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT WOULD CAUSE A HAZARDOUS CONDITION TO EXIST.

(10) ENSURES PROPER TESTS AND INSPECTIONS OF WORK DONE BY OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES PRIOR TO SIGNING OFF WORK REQUEST AS COMPLETE.
REPAIR PARTS / SUPPLY PETTY OFFICER:
COORDINATE SUPPLY ACTIONS BETWEEN ALL WORK CENTERS IN THE DIVISIONS AND THE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT.
MAINTENANCE PERSON
RESPONSIBLE TO THE WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR. THEIR 3-M SYSTEM DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:

(1) READING THE WEEKLY SCHEDULE

(2) PERFORMING THE ASSIGNED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE

(3) COMPLETING AND SUBMITTING REQUIRED MDS (MAINTENANCE DATA SYSTEMS) DOCUMENTS WHEN UNDERTAKING MAINTENANCE ACTIONS (after identifying problems / discrepancies).

(4) TO PROMPTLY NOTIFY THE WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR (WCS) WHENEVER:

- ANYTHING ON THE MRC IS NOT FULLY UNDERSTOOD OR APPEARS TO BE INCORRECT.

- TOOLS, MATERIALS, ETC..., PRESCRIBED ON THE MRC ARE NOT AVAILABLE.

- ANY DOUBT EXISTS ABOUT CAPABILITY, TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE TO PROPERLY PERFORM THE MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT AS PRESCRIBED.

- FACTORS EXIST WHICH WOULD MAKE PERFORMANCE OF MAINTENANCE UNWISE OR DANGEROUS.

- EQUIPMENT DEFICIENCIES OR CASUALTIES ARE FOUND TO EXIST.

- INFORMING THE WCS WHEN THE MAINTENANCE ACTIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.

- NOTIFYING THE WCS OF ANY CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE SO IT MAY BE DOCUMENTED, IF NECESSARY.
- ENSURE YOU HAVE WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF ALL DISCREPANCIES EXISTING ON THE WORK
CENTER CSMP.
DEPARTMENTAL PMS MANUAL
(1) SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
(2) LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES (LOEP’S)
(3) MAINTENANCE INDEX PAGES (MIP’S)
(4) MIP TO WORK CENTER INDEX (PMS 4)
WORK CENTER PMS MANUAL
(1) SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
(2) LOEP
(3) MIP’S (ALL THAT ARE APPLICABLE)
(4) SITUATIONAL REQUIREMENT CHECK LIST (IF APPLICABLE)
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES (LOEP)
PROVIDES A LISTING OF MIP’S APPLICABLE TO A WORK CENTER
MAINTENANCE INDEX PAGE (MIP)
PREPARED AND ISSUED FOR EACH INSTALLED SYSTEM / EQUIPMENT FOR WHICH PMS SUPPORT HAS BEEN INSTALLED; EACH IS AN INDEX OF THE COMPLETE SET OF MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT CARDS (MRC’S).
THE MIP IS USED TO VALIDATE MRC’S THAT APPLY TO COMPONENTS / SUB-SYSTEM.
What does a MIP consist of?
THE MIP CONSIST OF:

(1) SYSCOM MIP CONTROL NUMBER: A FOUR SEGMENT CODE USED IN CATALOGING MIP’S (ex: 3002..5832..; etc)

(2) SYSCOM MRC CONTROL NUMBER: USED TO IDENTIFY MRC’S LISTED ON THE MIP (ex: 57 6xbv n)

(3) PERIODICITY CODES AND THEIR MEANING FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

(a) CALENDAR PERIODICITY CODES –

D – DAILY; 18M – EVERY 18 MONTHS;
2D – EVERY 2nd DAY; 24M – EVERY 24 MONTHS;
3D – EVERY 3rd DAY; 30M – EVERY 30 MONTHS;
W – WEEKLY; 36M – EVERY 36 MONTHS;
2W – EVERY 2 WEEKS; 48M – EVERY 48 MONTHS;
M – MONTHLY; 60M – EVERY 60 MONTHS;
2M – EVERY 2 MONTHS; 72M – EVERY 72 MONTHS;
Q – QUARTERLY;
S – SEMI-ANNUAL;
A – ANNUAL;


(b) NON-CALENDAR PERIODICITY CODES –

R – SITUATION REQUIREMENTS (ex: R-1W, R-2, etc..)

U – UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE (ex: U-2, U-3,..)

NOTE: THE NUMBER 2 IN THE EXAMPLE R-2, REPRESENTS A SEQUENTIAL NUMBER ORIGINALLY GIVEN TO A MRC ON A PARTICULAR MIP.


(c) INACTIVE EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE (IEM) –

LU – LAY – UP

PM – PERIODIC MAINTENANCE

SU – START UP (COMPLETED ONCE, AFTER REMOVAL FROM LAY-UP)

OT – OPERATIONAL TEST

(4) RELATED MAINTENANCE

(a) MANDATORY (#)

(b) CONVENIENCE
MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT CARD (MRC)
IDENTIFIES WHO WILL PERFORM THE PMS AND THE TOOLS REQUIRED. IT ALSO GIVES THE STEP-BY-STEP PROCEDURES AND THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS INVOLVED. • RATE BLOCK IS THE RECOMMENDED SKILL LEVEL NEEDED TO COMPLETE THE MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT.
MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT CARD (MRC):
(1) SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - OPNAVINST 5100.19E, NAVY OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (NAVOSH) PROGRAM MANUAL FOR FORCES AFLOAT.


(2) TOOLS, PARTS, MATERIALS AND TEST EQUIPMEMT -

PORTABLE ELECTRIC / ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT, CONSUMABLES, REPAIR PARTS,
TOOLS, MISCELLANEOUS

* WCS MAY AUTHORIZE A SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE
AND RE-SCHEDULE THE MAINTENANCE ACTION UNTIL RECEIPT OF TOOL / MATERIALS.

* TOOLS / PARTS / MATERIALS / TEST EQUIPMENT MAY BE SUBSTITUTED AS LONG AS THE SUBSTITUTE SATISFIES BASIC REQUIREMENT OF THE MRC.

(a) REFERENCES: PUBLICATIONS USED BY PERSONNEL TO FIND / VERIFY PROPER TOOLS, PARTS, MATERIALS AND TEST EQUIPMENT.

(1) MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT CARD (MRC)

(2) STANDARD PMS MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION GUIDE (SPMIG)

(a) AIDS WORK CENTER PERSONNEL IN IDENTIFYING AND ACQUIRING MATERIALS NEEDED FOR PMS AND PRESENTS IDENTIFICATION AND SUPPLY INFORMATION WHICH CAN NOT BE PRINTED ON THE MRC.

(3) SUBCATEGORY CODE (SCAT CODE)

(a) GROUPS OF TEST EQUIPMENT HAVING THE SAME CAPABILITIES INTO ONE CODE.

• HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DISPOSAL INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND IN THE LAST SECTION OF THE MRC.


(4) HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DISPOSAL

(a) LHD4INST 5100.10: PROVIDES THE SHIP WITH EASILY UNDERSTANDABLE GUIDE FOR HANDLING AND DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE.

(b) MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS): OSHA FORM 174 OR AN EQUIVALENT FORM CONTAINING THE IDENTICAL DATA ELEMENTS; MUST BE USED BY MANUFACTURERS OF CHEMICAL PRODUCTS TO COMMUNICATE TO THE USERS, THE CHEMICAL, PHYSICAL AND HAZARDOUS PROPERTIES OF THEIR PRODUCTS.
MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT CARD (MRC) (Cont):
PROCEDURES - STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN PERFORMING THE MAINTENANCE ACTION.

* THE RATE BLOCK IS A RECOMMENDATION; NOT REQUIRED !

* IF THERE ARE ANY INACCURATE DATA FOUND ON A MRC, YOU SHOULD INFORM THE WCS AND SUBMIT A FEED BACK REPORT (FBR) TO CORRECT THE DISCREPANCY.

(a) WARNING: OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH, IF NOT CORRECTLY FOLLOWED, MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH. WARNINGS ARE LISTED IN THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS BLOCK AND ARE REPEATED PRIOR TO THE PROCEDURE INVOLVED.

(b) CAUTION: OPERATING PROCEDURES WHICH, IF NOT CORRECTLY FOLLOWED, MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT. CAUTIONS PRECEDE THE INSTRUCTION FOR THE PROCEDURE INVOLVED.

(4) COLOR, LOCATION AND PURPOSE OF THE FOLLOWING MAINTENANCE CARDS -

(a) WHITE - TECHNICALLY VALIDATED MRC LOCATED IN THE APPROPRIATE MRC DECK, PROVIDES DETAILED PROCEDURE FOR PERFORMING MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS THAT HAVE BEEN TECHNICALLY VALIDATED.

(b) YELLOW - PRELIMINARY, LOCATED IN THE APPROPRIATE MRC DECK, PROVIDES DETAILED PROCEDURES FOR PERFORMING MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS THAT ARE UNDERGOING FINAL ENGINEERING VALIDATION.

(c) PINK - CLASSIFIED, HANDLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY INFORMATION SECURITY PROGRAM REGULATIONS,
OPNAVINST 5510.1

(5) LOCATOR CARD: (USED ONLY WITH CLASSIFIED MRC’S) DUPLICATES THE INFORMATION IN ALL OF THE MRC BLOCKS DOWN TO, BUT NOT INCLUDING, THE PROCEDURE BLOCK. IT INDICATES WHERE THE CLASSIFIED MRC IS LOCATED.
EGL
EQUIPMENT GUIDE LIST (EGL): LIST A NUMBER OF IDENTICAL EQUIPAGE THAT APPLY TO A PARTICULAR MRC. LIST NO MORE THAN A SINGLE DAY’S WORK.
TGL
TAG GUIDE LIST (TGL): CONTAINS INFORMATION NECESSARY FOR EQUIPMENT TAG-OUT INCIDENTAL TO PMS ACCOMPLISHMENT.
VALIDATION OF MATERIALS:
(1) LOEP TO MIP

(2) MIP TO MRC

(3) MRC TO EQUIPMENT

(4) EQUIPMENT TO EGL

(5) EGL TO TGL

(6) TGL TO EQUIPMENT
DEPARTMENTAL FILES:
(1) DEPARTMENTAL MASTER PMS MANUAL

(2) ONE COPY OF ALL MRC’S WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT

(3) DUPLICATE COPY OF ALL EGL’S AND TGL’S WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT

(4) CYCLE AND QUARTERLY SCHEDULES
WORK CENTER FILES:
(1) WORK CENTER PMS MANUAL

(2) ORIGINAL MRC’S APPLICABLE TO WORK CENTER

(3) EGL’S AND TGL’S, AS APPROPRIATE (ATTACHED TO MRC’S)

(4) WEEKLY PMS SCHEDULE

(5) 13 WEEK LOGS
PMS FEEDBACK REPORT(OPNAV 4790 / 7B): FORM USED BY FLEET PERSONNEL TO INFORM TYCOM AND NAVSEA OF MATTERS RELATED TO PMS.
(1) CATEGORY “B”

- TECHNICAL

- TYCOM ASSIST

- OTHER

(2) URGENT….. WHEN THE REASON OF SUBMISSION OF A PMS FEEDBACK INVOLVES SAFETY OF PERSONNEL OR POTENTIAL DAMAGE OF EQUIPMENT. THE FBR WILL BE SUBMITTED BY NAVAL MESSAGE WITHIN ONE WORKING DAY.
CYCLES
DISPLAYS THE PLANNED MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS TO BE PERFORMED DURING THE PERIOD BETWEEN MAJOR OVERHAULS OF THE SHIP.
QUARTERLY
DISPLAYS THE PLANNED MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS TO BE PERFORMED DURING A SPECIFIC THREE MONTH PERIOD. WHEN UPDATED WEEKLY, REPRESENTS A DEPARTMENTAL DIRECTIVE.
WEEKLY:
LOCATED IN THE WORK CENTER AND SIGNED BY DIVISION OFFICER. DISPLAYS A WORK CENTER’S PLANNED MAINTENANCE SCHEDULED FOR ACCOMPLISHMENT DURING A GIVEN WEEK; USED BY WORK CENTER SUPVISOR TO ASSIGN AND MONITOR PMS REQUIREMENTS.
ACCOMPLISHMENT OF MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS:
FULLY ACCOPPLISHED
MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS ARE “X’d” OFF AND EVALUATED AS HAVING BEEN COMPLETED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE MRC.
ACCOMPLISHMENT OF MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS:
NON-ACCOMPLISHED
MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS HAVING NO SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE MRC PERFORMED.
ACCOMPLISHMENT OF MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS:
RECORDED AS SATISFIED BY SYSTEM TEST
THE REQUIREMENT WAS MARKED AS SATIFIED BY SYSTEM LEVEL TEST.
* REPRESENTED BY THE CENT ( ) SIGN.
ACCOMPLISHMENT OF MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS:
GUNDECKING
INTENTIONAL FALSIFICATION OF A RECORD.
13- WEEKS PMS ACCOUNTABILTY LOG:
13 COMPLETED WEEKS OF ACCOUNTABILTY ARE REQUIRED.
(1) WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR SIGNATURE

(2) MAINTENANCE PERSON SIGNATURE

(3) DIVISION OFFICER SIGNATURE

(4) REASONS FOR NON-ACCOMPLISHED OR SATISFIED BY SYSTEM LEVEL TESTS.
MAINTENANCE DATA SYSTEM (MDS) BASIC FUNDAMENTALS
PURPOSE OF MDS: PROVIDES A SYSTEM FOR COLLECTION OF DATA CONCERNING CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE AND CONFIGURATION CHANGES.
EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION CODE (EIC)
USED TO IDENTIFY EQUIPMENT BY A NUMBER – “FIRST DIGIT” FOR SYSTEM, “SECOND DIGIT” FOR SUB-SYSTEM, “THIRD AND FOURTH” FOR EQUIPMENT.
COORDINATED SHIPBOARD ALLOWANCE LIST (COSAL):
A CONSOLIDATED LIST OF ALLOWANCE OF REPAIR PARTS AND EQUIPAGE. THE COSAL IS NOT USED TO PLACE AN ENTRY INTO THE CSMP.
THE COSAL CONSISTS OF:
(a) ALLOWANCE EQUIPAGE LIST (AEL) - HAS A DASH
AFTER THE FIRST NUMBER; APL DOES NOT.
(EX: 2 – 190813625)

(b) ALLOWANCE PARTS LIST (APL) – IDENTIFIES THE PARTS LIST OF THE EQUIPMENT OR COMPONENT.
(EX: 123456789)
SUPPLY REQUISITIONS:
USED TO ORDER TOOLS, PARTS AND MATERIALS THROUGH NAVY SUPPLY SYSTEM.
(a)NAVSUP 1250-1

(b) DD-1348
MDS FORMS:
1. WORK CANDIDATE (2KILO)
2. OPNAV 4790 / 2L (LIMA)
3. CONFIGURATION ITEM (CK)
WORK CANDIDATE (2KILO)
SHIP’S MAINTENANCE
ACTION FORM - USED TO REPORT CORRECTIVE OR DEFERRED MAINTENANCE THAT DO NOT RESULT IN A CONFIGURATION CHANGE.

- INTERNAL WORK REQUEST
- DEFERRALS
- COMPLETION OF DEFERRALS
- PERIODIC TIME READINGS
- INSURV DEFICIENCIES
- OUTSIDE ASSISTANCE REQUIRED
- REQUIRE PARTS AND MATERIALS TO BE ORDERED
OPNAV 4790 / 2L (LIMA)
SUPPLEMENTAL FORM
- DRAWINGS
- SKETCHES
- ADDITIONAL SPACE FOR EQUIPMENT LISTING OR SPACES-ALWAYS SUBMITTED WITH 2 KILO
CONFIGURATION ITEM (CK)
USED TO REPORT ANY MAINTENANCE ACTION WHICH RESULTS IN A CONFIGURATION CHANGE OR UPDATES CHANGES TO COSAL AND CORRECT EXISTING SHIP’S CONFIGURATION RECORDS.

- ADD / DELETE EQUIPMENT
- TURN IN OF PORTABLE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
- CHANGES TO SHIP’S CONFIGURATION
- ADD ITEMS TO LOEP
- CHANGES TO COSAL STATUS
- TURN IN OF PORTABLE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
*MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS / PERSONNEL ARE
RESPONSIBLE TO REPORT PROBLEMS IN SHIP’S CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT CONTROL.


* SUBMITTING A CK TO REPORT INSTALLATION OF
NEW EQUIPMENT WILL INITIATE (1) TECH MANUAL SUPPORT (2) PROPER PMS COVERAGE AND (3) SUPPLY SUPPORT.
CURRENT SHIP’S MAINTENANCE PROJECT (CSMP):
CURRENT LIST OF ALL KNOWN MATERIAL PROBLEMS ON THE SHIP. IT PROVIDE SHIPBOARD MAINTENANCE MANAGERS WITH A CONSOLIDATED LISTING OF DEFERRED MAINTENANCE FOR SCREENING AND TO CONTROL ITS ACCOMPLISHMENT.
JOB CONTROL NUMBER (JCN)
SHIP’S UIC + WORK CENTER CODE + JSN
21808 - CE01 - 0011
JOB SEQUENCE NUMBER (JSN):
NUMBER USED TO TRACK JOBS IN A WORK CENTER; ISSUED BY WCS, STARTS AT 0001 AND RUNS THROUGH 9999.
COMPLETION OF A PREVIOUSLY DEFERRED 2K
- CLEARS ITEMS / JOBS OFF OF CSMP
- PLACES IT INTO A MATERIAL HISTORY FILE
- ACCOUNT FOR TIME AND MATERIALS USED
COMPLETION, NO DEFERRAL
- ACCOUNT FOR TIME, MATERIALS
- PROVIDE A HISTORY
- PERIODIC TIME METER REPORTS