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3M Study Guide

Shipboard 3M System

A danger tag is hung prohibiting operation of equipment that could jeopardize safety of personal or endanger equipment, system or components.
The Division Officer signs and approves the PMS Weekly Schedule for the Work Center.
An Equipment Guide List (EGL) lists identical equipment or items that apply to a controlling MRC and maybe attached to the MRC.
On the Weekly schedule, it is the Work Center Supervisors responsibility to “X” off the maintenance requirements that have been fully accomplished.
The next 4 weeks column of the PMS Weekly Schedule in utilized to indicate maintenance requirements due in the next four weeks.
The Work Center Supervisor is responsible for the proper performance of the 3M system functions within their respective work centers.
For a PMS Spot Checkers must familiarize themselves with the maintenance requirement by reading the the requirements of the MRC.
The Work Center Supervisor shall maintain a 13 week record of personnel accountability of PMS performance.
Upon completion of maintenance requirement, the maintenance person informs the work center supervisor.
The SYSCOM MRC Control Number on the MRC is used to verify that card.
When preparing a quarterly PMS schedule, prospective underway dates are identified on the top of the quarterly schedule through the tick marks on the date bar and are lightly shaded.
XO approves a FBR shift of maintenance responsibility between two departments.
The DIVO is responsible for reviewing and signing the weekly schedule
The work Center Supervisor assigns personnel by name to each piece of equipment requiring maintenance on a weekly PMS schedule.
A CSMP is a document that is used to provide shipboard maintenance managers with a consolidated listing of deferred maintenance to identify the material condition of the ship.
A monthly maintenance requirement, aside from not to be scheduled twice in the same calendar month, has a periodicity of three to six weeks.
List of Effective Pages (LOEP) provides a listing of all Maintenance Index Page (MIP) to a department of work center and located in the 43P1.
Maintenance requirement on the PMS Quarterly Schedule that was both circled and X’d off is considered as partial for a Recorded Accomplishment Rate (RAR) count.
Once a Division Officer has completed a regular divisional spot check each week, a damage control spot check would still be required if scheduled.
Danger/Caution Tag-out index and records of audit provides a sequential list of all Tag-outs issued.
(TGL) Stands for Tag Guide List.
A(SPMIG)Standard PMS Material Identification Guide aids work center personnel in identifying and acquiring material needed for planned maintenance and presents identification and supply information which can not be printed on MRC's
The purpose of the Planned Maintenance System is to provide a simple and standard means for planning; scheduling; controlling and performing planned maintenance on all equipment and represents an efficient means for using available material.
The SYSCOM MRC Control Number is used to identify MRC’s Listed on the MIP.
If the first two digits of the SYSCOM MRC Control Number are underlined this indicates a New and/or Revised MRC.
Cautions are safety precautions that apply to prevent damage to equipment.
The Commanding Officer is responsible for the safety of the entire command.
A SYSCOM MIP Control number is used to Identify MRC’s listed on the MIP.
On the PMS Quarterly Schedule all Mandatory related checks must be scheduled with the exception of periodic maintenance.
The standard Cycle schedule is either 72 months, 24 quarters or from a major overhaul to major overhaul.
The scheduling of convenience related maintenance (except mandatory related) will remain at discretion of the Work Center Supervisor.
The Ships 3M Coordinator is the functional manager of the 3M system at each command.
The correct way to verify an MRC is match the MRC to the MIP, MIP to the LOEP, then the LOEP to the Change Page.
Scheduling errors or changes on the PMS Quarterly Schedule can be easily corrected by Lining out the MR, initialed by the Department Head, and annotating the reason on the back of the schedule.
A feedback report 4790/7B is used to report PMS discrepancies.
The Departmental 3M Assistant is a knowledgeable person in 3M systems that provide coordination and supervision of the departments 3M program.
Preventive Maintenance is the minimum maintenance required to keep and maintain a system in a fully operational condition.
For a maintenance requirement completed with the test equipment specified in the MRC but not calibrated within the specified periodicity (but appears operable) should be considered as partial.
IEM Status II is for equipment that is inactive for 30 days or longer and is directly subject to corrective maintenance, overhaul or removal for safe storage.
The purpose of the Planned Maintenance System (PMS) is to provide a standard system for planning
A Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) identifies who, what, how and what resources and safety precautions to be followed to accomplish a maintenance requirement.
An OPNAV 4790/2L is a form that provides supplemental information to a maintenance action reported on OPNAV 4790/2K (Ship’s Maintenance Action Form)
The correct definition of preventive maintenance is maintenance which is performed to deter equipment failure.
Pen and ink changes to the LOEP are documented on the Change Page
The relationship between the Maintenance Index Page (MIP) and the Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) are each MIP supports a complete set of MRC’S and lists them in order of periodicity. Each MIP contains the information to validate each MRC
An IEM Status Code is written in to the left of the vertical bar used to identify the start of an IEM period.
The Maintenance Index Page (MIP) supports a set of MRC’S and list them in order from most to least frequent, non-calendar, inactive equipment maintenance (IEM). A MIP contains the information necessary to validate each MRC.
A (U) is used to identify an un-scheduled requirement.
Upon completion of the maintenance requirement, the maintenance person informs the WCS.
PMS maintenance actions are the Minimum maintenance required to maintain equipment in a fully operational condition and within specifications.
The Work Center Supervisor shall be responsible for the effective operation of the 3M system within the work center.
Tools, parts, materials and test equipment; can be changed on the Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) at the shipboard level without higher authorization, if substitutions satisfy the basic requirements of the MRC.
The MIP, MRC and the LOEP can be found in the Work Center PMS (43P1)
If any related maintenance is scheduled on the weekly board it will be scheduled if any as daily (D), weekly (W), monthly (M), or semiannual (S) requirements are related, they are scheduled (within parentheses) in the same column with the primary maintena
Division Officer is responsible to ensure that the PMS Quarterly Schedule is updated weekly.
The Force Revision is to ensure that installed PMS packages are periodically updated to reflect changes in system/equipment and package configuration and to provide PMS documentation.
PMS due in next four weeks, the Division Officer Approval signature and the situational requirements are all on contained on the weekly schedule.
A cent sign is used to indicate accomplishment of maintenance requirement (MR) on the quarterly Schedule means that the MR was completed by the shipyard.
When equipment is not covered by PMS you submit a technical feedback report via the TYCOM to the applicable NAVSEACEN identifying the need for PMS coverage.
The Cycle Board displays the planned maintenance requirement to be performed during the period between major overhauls of the unit.
The Executive Officer is responsible for determining the date of the installation of a Force Revision will be implemented.
When a Maintenance requirement (MR) on the Quarterly Schedule has exceeded its periodicity and was a non-accomplishment check you would circle the MR and annotate the reason on the back of the schedule.
The weekly schedule is updated daily to reflect PMS accomplishment.
A 13 week file is a record of personal accountability of PMS performance that is maintained by the work center supervisor.
A SPMIG identifies tools, parts and material on the MRC.
An Advance Change Notice is authorizations for a record of changed to an existing MIP or MRC, or the addition of a new MRC.
The Work Center Supervisor maintains the 13-week accountability Log.
Mandatory related maintenance requirements are identified by pound sign and written on the quarterly schedule enclosed in a parenthesis.
A four-segment code used in cataloging MIPs is known as a SYSCOM MIP control number.
A Material Safety Data Sheet is Technical bulletins containing information about hazardous materials and provides precautions for safe handling and use.
An Urgent Feedback Report is used when the reason for submission involves safety of personnel or potential or actual damage of equipment and relates to the technical requirements of PMS.
Inactive Equipment Maintenance (IEM) is identified on the PMS Quarterly Schedule by drawing a vertical Red line to signify start and end with the operational MR’s, lined out in Blue ink, and the IEM required maintenance scheduled written in Green.
When an unsafe condition is found you must immediately notify your work center supervisor of the situation, submit the applicable Feedback Report (FBR)
The Quarterly PMS Schedule displays the Work Center’s PMS requirements to be performed during a specific 3-month period. This schedule updated weekly, provides a ready reference to the current status of PMS for each work center.
The Work Center Supervisor is responsible for the weekly audit of the PMS Red Tag record.
A PMS Feedback Report (4790/7B) is a report used to notify FTSC of matters pertaining to PMS or report PMS discrepancies.
A cent sign (C) is used to mark a check that has been accomplished by a higher level test.
The Department Head is required to grant final approval for Tag Guide List for PMS tag-out system before maintenance personnel can use it.
Numbers 1-24 in the quarterly column on the cycle board represent number of quarters between overhauls.
A periodicity 2M-1 denotes every second Month.
On the weekly schedule mandatory related maintenance that must be accomplished at the same time is indicated by a leading sign (
“Death or injury may result if the operating/ handling procedures and practices are not correctly followed”. This text may be listed in the safety precautions’ block and will be marked “Warning”
The Periodicity for MRC S-16 is Semi- Annually
The completed Cycle PMS Schedule is reviewed, and approved by the Department Head.
The OPNAVINST 5100.19 Series is the standard reference for Safety Precautions for Forces Afloat.
A situation requirement maintenance action (“R”) does not have periodicity. Therefore, an “R” may not be rescheduled.
Periodicity of MRC W-3 is Weekly
Periodicity MRC M-1 is Monthly
Periodicity MRC R-10 is Situation Requirement
The XO is the ship’s 3M Systems Manager and is responsible for the overall administration and operation of the ship’s 3M program.
OPNAVINST 5100.19E provides the source of general safety precautions to forces afloat.
Commanding Officer has the overall responsibility for ensuring ship maintenance is accomplished in accordance with 3M System procedures.
The Purpose of Equipment Tag-out Procedures is to provide safety measures for equipment and personnel for the prevention of improper operation of equipment components or system.
Department Head approves the Cycle and Quarterly Schedules.
XO is the Ships 3M Manger and is responsible for the overall management of the ship’s 3M system.
The Petty Officer in charge/Initial Preparer fills out the Tag-out record sheet and prepares the tags.
Department Head signs the PMS Quarterly Schedule at the end of each quarter.
The Work Center Supervisor is responsible for the proper performance of the 3M system functions within their respective work centers.
When an unsafe condition is found in the performance of PMS, the MP should notify the Work Center Supervisor of the situation, Submit an Urgent PMS Feedback Report, Discontinue the Check.
Lay-UP Maintenance are maintenance actions that prepare the equipment for periods of prolonged idleness, and are usually performed only once at the beginning of the inactive period.
An operational Test (OT) is test actions conducted to determine that operational conditions of the equipment, its ability to functions as designed, and to be integrated with other equipment to form a system.
Start of Maintenance (SU) is maintenance actions that ensure that a piece of equipment is in a condition suitable for operation of to reactivate a piece of equipment of system that has been inactivated for a prolonged period.
Periodic Maintenance (PM) is maintenance actions that are accomplished on a recurring basis during inactive period to prevent equipment deterioration.
The word “WARNING” on the MRC signifies that operation procedures, practices, etc., if not correctly followed may lead to personnel injury or death.
The reason for safety precautions on the Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) is that the necessity of making all personal safety conscious cannot be over-emphasized.
The word “CAUTION” on the MRC signifies that operating procedures, practices, etc., if not correctly followed may lead to: Personnel injury or death, or damage to equipment.
The Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) sponsors the 3-M system, develops and implements the overall policy, reviews personnel and monetary resources requested and Chairs the Ship’s Maintenance Policy Committee.
The issuing work center is responsible for making sure that personnel safety harnesses are properly checked IAW MRC prior to each use.
In the Organizational Maintenance Management System, a maintenance action (usually called 2-kilo) is referred to as Work Candidate.
An asterisk (*) following the periodicity code indicates safety of ship item.
There are 4 force revisions that are issued each year. One per quarter.
The purpose of the equipment tag-out procedures is to provide safety measures for equipment and personnel by preventing operation of equipment, component, or system.
The XO is the Ships 3-M System Manager and is responsible to the Commanding Officer for the overall management of the Ships 3-M system program.
A “RED DANGER” tag signifies to prohibit the operation of equipment which could endanger personnel or equipment.
A Feedback Report (OPNAV 4790/7B) is a form used to report a deficiency in the 3M system.
The Tag-Out Log, Index/ audit record, tag record sheets, instrument logs are all located in the Tag-Out Log.
The correct procedures to verify a MRC would be to match the MRC to the MIP, MIP to the LOEP, and LOEP to the Change Page.
During a Tag-Out (Danger) of a piece of Equipment, the duties of the person checking the tags would be to make sure that the number of tags satisfactorily isolates the equipment. Inspects the accuracy and completeness of the tag-out and makes sure that th
An ACN should be kept on file in the work center 43P-1
There are 3 signatures that are required on an effective equipment DANGER tag not involving any outside activity.
The definition of corrective maintenance is maintenance which is performed to restore equipment or a system to a fully operational condition.
A four digit sequence number, that allows for the accountability of a specific maintenance action and is assigned by the computer when using automated MDS is know as a Job Sequence Number (JSN)
When requesting a MIP be split between two work centers to ease accomplishment of maintenance requirements, a Category B Feedback Report is needed.
OPNAV 4790/CK is a form used to report a configuration change
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