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PMS was developed to provide the "organizational level" with the tools to ____, ________, ___ _______ planned maintenance effectively.
plan, schedule, and control
NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND INSTRUCTION
November 13, 2003

SHIPS’ MAINTENANCE AND MATERIAL MANAGEMENT (3-M) MANUAL
NAVSEAINST 4790.8B

Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-1 PURPOSE
What entities are responsible for the for the accountability and distribution of PMS documentation?
The Fleet Technical Support Centers, Atlantic/Pacific (FTSCLANT/FTSCPAC).
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-2 SCOPE
How does a Ship's 3-M PMS keep equipment or systems from becoming inoperable?
1. Maintain equipment within specifications through preventive maintenance.

2. Identify and correct potential problems.
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-3 OBJECTIVE
The Commanding Officer is responsible to ______ that the 3-M System functions effectively within the command and the ship's maintenance is accomplished following 3-M System and quality maintenance procedures.
ensure
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.1 Commanding Officer
The Executive Officer is the Ships' 3-M System manager and is responsible to the Commanding Officer for the _______ __________ of the Ships' 3-M System program.
overall management
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.2 Executive Officer
The 3-M System Coordinator is the functional manager of the 3-M System and is responsible to the Executive Officer for the System and is responsible to the Executive Officer for the ____________ ___ ______ ___________ of all administrative facets of the Ships' 3-M System program.
coordination and direct supervision
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.3 3-M System Coordinator
Each Department Head is responsible to the ___ _______ for the effective operation of the 3-M System within the department.
3-M Manager
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.4 Department Head
From what officer and or enlisted ranks can a Department Head assign to the position of Departmental 3-M Assistant?
1. Officers

2. Chief Petty Officers

3. First Class Petty Officers
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.5 Departmental 3-M Assistant
The Division Officer assists in ________ ___ ___________ required for the equipment within division responsibility.
managing the maintenance
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.6 Division Officer
"Group Supervisors" are Chief Petty Officers who are responsible to the Division Officer for the proper performance of the 3-M System functions within ________ ____ _______.
multiple Work Centers
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.7 Group Supervisor
A Work Center Supervisor is responsible to the Division Officer via the Group Supervisor, if applicable, for the _________ _________ of the 3-M System within his/her respective Work Center.
effective operation
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.8 Work Center Supervisor
A Work Center Supervisor is responsible for maintaining a detailed working knowledge of all _________ ____________ within the Work Center.
equipment deficiencies
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.8 Work Center Supervisor
Work Center Supervisor responsibilities are:
Maintenance personnel are responsible to the ____ ______ __________.
Work Center Supervisor
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
One of a maintenance personnel's 3-M System duties is to perform assigned scheduled maintenance requirements using ____, ____, and ____ as indicated by the weekly schedule.
MRCs, TGLs, and EGLs
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
Their 3-M System duties include
What does the acronym MRC stand for?
Maintenance Requirement Card
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LIST OF ACRONYMS
APPENDIX E

M
MRC
What does the acronym TGL stand for?
Tag Guide List
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LIST OF ACRONYMS
APPENDIX E

T
TGL
What does the acronym EGL stand for?
Equipment Guide List
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LIST OF ACRONYMS
APPENDIX E

E
EGL
During a PMS, if a 3-M Maintenance personnel discovers that tools, materials, or other items prescribed by the MRC are not available, then he or she should promptly notify the ____ ______ __________.
Work Center Supervisor
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
Their 3-M System duties include
When performing PMS, promptly notify the Work Center Supervisor when anything on an MRC is not fully __________.
understood
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
Their 3-M System duties include
When performing PMS, promptly notify the Work Center Supervisor when anything on an MRC appears to be _________.
incorrect
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
Their 3-M System duties include
When performing PMS, promptly notify the Work Center Supervisor when anything on an MRC cannot be accomplished as _______.
written
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
Their 3-M System duties include
When performing PMS, promptly notify the Work Center Supervisor when any doubt exists about __________, ________, or __________ to properly perform the maintenance requirement as prescribed.
capability, training, or experience
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
Their 3-M System duties include
When performing PMS, promptly notify the Work Center Supervisor when factors exist which would make performance of the maintenance requirement ______ or _________.
unwise or dangerous
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
Their 3-M System duties include
When performing PMS, promptly notify the Work Center Supervisor when equipment ____________ or __________ are discovered.
deficiencies or casualties
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
Their 3-M System duties include
Inform the Work Center Supervisor when planned maintenance requirements are completed and sign the ______________ ___.
accountability log
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
Their 3-M System duties include
The Work Center Supervisor must be informed of any ________ encountered under current schedules and/or MRCs.
problems
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
Their 3-M System duties include
When performing corrective maintenance repair notify the Work Center Supervisor of the _______ of the corrective action.
details
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
When performing corrective maintenance (repair):
When performing corrective maintenance repair particular attention must be given to the _____ ____ and remarks/description entries.
cause code
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-4 SHIPBOARD 3-M ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.9 Maintenance Personnel
When performing corrective maintenance (repair):
The PMS Master File contains information relative to PMS requirements for specific _________ for which the command is responsible.
equipment
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-5 PMS FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS
1-5.1 PMS Master File
The master contains, but is not limited to:
The PMS Master file contains, but is not limited to: additional instructions, information, and data provided to assist in ______________ and ______________ of PMS.
implementation and accomplishment
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-5 PMS FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS
1-5.1 PMS Master File
The LOEP is a part of the PMS
Master file and contains:
The LOEP provides a listing of the ____ assigned to each Work Center.
MIPs
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-5 PMS FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS
1-5.1 PMS Master File
The LOEP is a part of the PMS
Master file and contains:
The LOEP provides a listing of the system equipment that does ___ require PMS.
NOT
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-5 PMS FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS
1-5.1 PMS Master File
The LOEP is a part of the PMS
Master file and contains:
The LOEP's Report Date is the date the LOEP was ________.
produced
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Planned Maintenance System (PMS)
SECTION I
CHAPTER 1

1-5 PMS FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS
1-5.1 PMS Master File
The LOEP is a part of the PMS
Master file and contains: