3M 103 PQS Fundamentals Planned Maintenance System References:

3M 103 PQS Fundamentals Planned Maintenance System References:

3M 103 PQS Fundamentals Planned Maintenance System References: (a) NAVSEAINST 4790.8 (series) (b) OPNAVINST 4790.4(series) (c) OPNAVINST 5100.19(series) (d) COMNAVSURFORINST 4790.1 (series) (e) MOMSENINST 4790.1 (series) (f) CINCLANT/CINCPACFLTINST 4790.3 (series)

(g) NAVEDTRA 43241-H 3M PQS (h) NAVSUP P-485 3M is the nucleus for managing maintenance onboard ships. Providing maintenance and material managers the means to plan, acquire, organize, direct, control and evaluate the manpower and resources used for the 103.1 support of maintenance.

Information collected on completed maintenance and configuration changes provides the following benefits: a. Standardization - achieve uniform maintenance standards and criteria. b. Efficiency - effective use of available manpower and material resources in maintenance and maintenance support efforts. c. Documentation - recording of maintenance and maintenance support actions to establish a material history. d. Analysis - provision to be used in the improvement of maintainability and reliability of systems and equipment, and the reduction of cost of material ownership. e. Configuration Status Accounting - a means of reporting and recording changes in what equipment is installed onboard, equipment configuration

specifications, and shipboard location. f. Scheduling - standardized method for scheduling, planning, managing, and tracking maintenance required and accomplished. 103.1 Duties, Responsibilities and the 3M chain of Command 103.2

TYCOM Responsibilities Exercise primary responsibility for the effective operation and support of their Ships' 3-M Systems. 103.2 a Maintains staff to administer the 3M system Provides training teams for 3M assists & assessments Reviews quality/quantity of ships 3M data

(CASREPs, Technical Feedback Reports, MDS documents, etc.) Provides 3M system training for maintenance and/ or maintenance management. Reviews Safety Advisory & Mishap and Material Inspection reports (INSURV, Propulsion Examining Board (PEB), etc.). When deficiencies are evident, corrective action is initiated 103.2 a SHIPBOARD ORGANIZATION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES C O M M A N D IN G O F F I C E R


103.2 CO - overall responsible for ensuring ship maintenance is accomplished following 3-M System procedures and that the 3-M System functions effectively within the command. XO - Ships' 3-M System manager and responsible to CO for overall management of the Ships 3-M program. 3-M System Coordinator (3MC) - functional manager of 3-M System and responsible to the XO for coordination and direct supervision of all administrative facets of the Ships 3-M System program.

103.2 b-d DEPARTMENT HEAD Responsible for effective operation of the 3-M System within the department. Supervises scheduling all Maintenance Requirements (MRs) and is responsible for all budgetary expenses to support the 3M systems. 103.2e DIVISION OFFICER

Trained in the 3-M System and responsible to the Department Head. Assists in managing the maintenance required for the divisions equipment, and is responsible for documentation accuracy. Conducts and manages divisional 3M training. 103.2 f DEPARTMENTAL 3M Responsible to 3MC and Department

Head for preparation and submission of all departmental 3M reports (spotchecks, PMS, Equipment Validations, etc.). Maintains the EGL master copies for each MRC in the Department. Assists Division Officers in achieving required 3M Systems training. 103.2 g Group and Work Center Supervisors Division CPOs who are responsible for two or more work centers shall be referred to as Group

Supervisors" Group Supervisors shall be responsible for the proper performance of the 3-M System functions within their work centers. The Work Center Supervisor is responsible for the effective operation of the 3-M System within the work center This responsibility shall not be delegated Work Center Supervisors receive additional 3-M 103.2h & i System training

REPAIR PARTS PETTY OFFICER RPPO Interfaces with Supply for ordering parts and supplies required for all associated workcenters. Conducts monthly Material Obligation Validations (MOVs) with the Department Head to validate the continued need for parts ordered. 103.2 j You: the Maintenance Personnel

Responsible to Work Center Supervisor (WCS). Your 3-M duties include, but are not limited to: a. Perform assigned sheduled maintenance requirements using MRCs and Equipment Guide Lists (EGLs) as indicated by the 13 week accomplishment log and the weekly schedule. 103.2k You: the Maintenance Personnel b. Performing PMS, promptly notify the WCS

when: (1) Anything on an MRC is not fully understood, appears to be incorrect or cannot be accomplished as written. (2) Tools, materials, etc., prescribed by the MRC are not available. (3) Any doubt exists about capability, training, or experience to properly perform the MR as prescribed. (4) Factors exist which would make performance of the MR unwise or dangerous (e.g., disassembly of equipment needed for operations, radiation when prohibited,

situations causing safety hazard to exist, etc.). 103.2k Corrective and Preventive Maintenance 3-M is a management tool designed to provide efficient, uniform methods of conducting and recording preventive and corrective maintenance. Preventive maintenance: actions intended to prevent or discover functional failures. Preventive maintenance includes actions taken to prevent equipment from failing, such as changing the oil,

cleaning filters, calibrating, etc. Corrective maintenance: actions taken to fix equipment that has failed or is not working to design specifications. Included in the phrase "corrective maintenance" are authorized changes or modifications to installed equipment. 103.3 Purpose of the 3M elements Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) step-bystep procedures with safety precautions noted describing who, what, how, and with what resources an MR will be accomplished.

Equipment Guide List (EGL) - used when an MRC applies to a number of identical items (i.e., valves, small arms, etc.). Each item will be uniquely identified. Each ship prepares its own EGLs. Maintenance Index Page (MIP) Index of MRCs prepared and issued for each system/equipment onboard for which PMS exists. MRCs, EGLs, & MIPs are basic PMS documents. 103.4 a-c 3M ELEMENTS (cont) List of Effective Pages (LOEP) - lists MIPs

and system equipment not requiring PMS assigned to each work center. Change Page Historical Listing of all authorized changes made to the Work Center Manual (43P1) citing specific references authorizing each change. The LOEP, Change Page, & MIPs are key elements of the 43P1 103.4 d-e FEEDBACK REPORTS (FBR) FBR notifies TYCOM & FTSCs of PMS issues. Two versions: SKED and Hardcopy

TWO types: Category A (for changes to LEOP) Category B (Technical) Some Category B FBRs are Urgent. Must be approved and transmitted within 4 days of creation with a response time goal of 1 day. NOTE: FBRs will provide initial PMS coverage but Configuration Data needs to be updated to initiate logistic support. This is also referred to as submitting a 4790/CK Configuration Change

103.4 f WORKCENTER PMS MANUAL (43P1) The 43P1 reflects that portion of the PMS Master File that contains only the planned maintenance requirements applicable that work center. It consists of the following Major Elements: Change Page, LOEP, MIPs, & FBR file It is designed to provide a ready reference of planned maintenance requirements for the work center supervisor and all Maintenance personnel.

103.4 g PMS SCHEDULES Weekly displays MRCs and personnel assigned to them for the week in a given work center. Maintenance Personnel have access to view this in SKED. Quarterly displays maintenance to be performed during a specific 3-month period. Updated weekly by WCS, provides ready reference to the current status of PMS. Represents departmental directive and once finalized may only be changed with department

head approval. 103.4 h-i PMS SCHEDULES QUARTERLY FLIP PAGE Flip Page cites justifiable reasons for all unaccomplished or deleted maintenance. NOTE: Lack of Man-hours is not justifiable. Examples of justifiable reasons are: part on order with JSNs and REQ #s CASREP with Numbers HAZMAT unavailable WITH JSN and REQ # The Flip page entry always starts with one of

four pro-words: LOST -; RESCHEDULED -; DELETED -; or COMPLETED (with additional information required). 103.4 i PMS SCHEDULES CYCLE Cycle displays PMS to be performed during the period between docking availabilities and/or three interdeployment training cycles. Any checks that have not been accomplished prior to restarting a cycle

will be scheduled during the first quarter of the new cycle schedule. An example of such an availability is Docking Phased Maintenance Availability (DPMA). 103.4j 13 Week Accountability Log Signature documentation of personal accomplishment of assigned MRs after WCS notification and authorization. Documents associated Tag-outs and is

reviewed weekly by the WCS & DivO Maintained in the 43P1 for not less 103.4 k Isolation Guide List (IGL) Contains the information necessary for equipment tag-out maintenance. Regulated by the Tag Out Users Manual (TUMS) Created when existing technical documentation (EOSS, CSOSS, etc.) is insufficient to support tag-outs Signature Verified by WCS, DivO, and DH

and re-verified when any one transfers 103.4 l SPMIG & SCAT Standard PMS Material Identification Guide (SPMIG) - Database providing part numbers and ordering information for MRC materials in the Test Equipment, Materials, Parts and Tools Block. This data accessible in SKED Sub-category (SCAT) - Portable Electric/Electronic Test Equipment listed in the

Test Equipment Index are assigned a SCAT code which groups models having the same test capability and tolerances. 103.4 m-n SYSCOM MRC Control Number This is a 3-part four segment code used in cataloging MRCs which is located at the lower right side of the MRC

Birthdate: first 2 digits 103.4 o SYSCOM MIP Control Number Three SYSCOM MIP control numbering systems have been developed based on changing PMS philosophy and are currently in use.

(Conventional, Surface Missile System, and Reliability Centered Maintenance) Birthdate: last 2 digits. 103.4 p Inactive Equipment Maintenance (IEM) A modified maintenance program to prevent equipment deterioration during

inactive periods, when complete PMS support is neither desirable nor practical. Objective: reduce PMS to the minimum during a prolonged inactive period without degrading material condition, or jeopardizing future operational reliability. 103.4 q MSDS Technical bulletins containing information about the hazardous material (HAZMAT) Material

Shall be in English and contain at least the following information: Identity of material Hazardous ingredients Physical and chemical characteristics 103.4 r MSDS (Cont) Physical hazards (fire, explosion, reactivity) Health hazards (routes of entry, exposure limits, and cancer potential)

Precautions for safe handling & use Emergency first aid procedures MSDS preparation date Name, address & phone number of chemical manufacturer, importer, employer who can provide additional information 103.4 r Hazardous Material Users Guide (HMUG) Divided into 22 groups Each section contains information on

Control measures Precautions Health hazards Spill controls - Disposal guidelines 103.4 s Unsafe condition in the performance of PMS * Accidents do not respect persons or rights. Statistics show that a high percentage of accidents or casualties could have been prevented if specific

precautionary measures had been taken. * Every effort has been made to indicate hazards to personnel in the "Safety Precautions" block and in the appropriate steps of the procedure block of MRCs. WARNINGS WILL BE INSERTED IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO THE APPROPRIATE PROCEDURAL STEP. * Common sense, thorough indoctrination, and documented training of all personnel maintaining and operating shipboard equipment is required. * Inadequacies in the MRC which might affect the safety of personnel or equipment shall be

reported by an Urgent PMS FBR. 103.5 Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC): Provides detailed step-by-step procedures for performing maintenance and describes who, what, how, and with what resources a specific requirements will be accomplished. 3 types exist: Technically Validated (white) Preliminary (Yellow)

Classified (Pink) Most MRCs are Technically validated 103.6 Preliminary (Yellow) 1. Provided via FTSCs to provide ships with advance coverage while MIPs/MRCs are undergoing final review. 2. Identified by a "P" code and number following the slash of the SYSCOM MIP control number reflecting the revision.

3. Preliminary MIPs/MRCs are technically reviewed/approved by the cognizant SYSCOMs/BUMED. 103.6 b Classified (pink) Unclassified locator card duplicates information in all MRC blocks but procedures, and includes one of the following statements: "Maintenance procedure with the requirement is CONFIDENTIAL. Maintenance Requirement Card is stowed in_________ .

OR "Maintenance procedure with the requirement is SECRET. Maintenance Requirement Card is stowed in __________________ ." 103.6 c Periodicity codes And the intervals of accomplishment 103.7 Calendar Periodicities The only authorized periodicities

are as follows: D Every day 2D - Every 2nd day 3D - Every 3rd day W - Weekly 2W - Every 2nd week 3W - Every 3rd week 2M - Every 2nd month Q - Quarterly 4M - Every 4th month S - Semiannually

8M - Every 8th month A - Annually #M - Every # months 103.7 a Non-Calendar Periodicities R - Situation Requirement U - Unscheduled Maintenance Inactive Equipment Maintenance (IEM) LU - Lay-Up PM - Periodic

Maintenance SU - Start-Up OT - Operational Test REPORTING DISCREPANCIES No system starts perfect feedback can get it there Three systems exist for process improvement: Feedback Reports (FBR) Technical Manual Deficiency/Evaluation Report (TMDER) Configuration Item or

103.8 Procedures for discrepancies/ deficiencies-Technical Feedback Reports (TFBR) The PMS FBR or TFBR is used to notify Fleet Technical Support Centers (FTSC) and/or the TYCOM of matters related to PMS. 103.8

FBR FORM Two versions: SKED and Hardcopy SKED Instructions are available in the help file, with some specific Dos and Donts Hardcopy - composed of an original and four copies. Instructions for preparation and submission of the form are printed on the back of the last copy. There are three types of FBRs: Category A, Category B, and Urgent. Category A -- This type of FBR

is non-technical in nature and is intended to meet PMS needs which do not require technical review. Category A FBRs are submitted to request classified or other PMS documentation which cannot be obtained locally. 103.8 Category B -This type of FBR is technical in nature, and is used to report:

Technical discrepancies inhibiting PMS performance. Shift of maintenance responsibilities. Requests for TYCOM assistance. 103.8 URGENT Feedback Reports. When the reason for submission of a PMS FBR involves safety of personnel, ship, or equipment and relates to the technical requirements of PMS, the FBR will be considered URGENT. The message shall describe the unsafe procedures

or conditions, and shall identify the MIP/MRC 103.8 involved. TMDER Used to correct Technical Manuals and Publications used in the maintenance of shipboard equipment. Accomplished either on-line via Distance Support or via Snail Mail using a form from the back of the Manual. CONFIGURATION

Known as: 4790/CK, Configuration Change, & Configuration Items Used to get support for newly installed equipment. Will initiate all logistics: PMS, Parts, & Technical Documentation NOTE: FBRs can be used to start and change PMS, but will do nothing for the other elements of logistic support. Definitions and Relationships of the following:

103.9 LOEPs And MIPs Report No. PMS 5 (the LOEP) lists all MIPs and system equipment not requiring PMS assigned to each work center. The LOEP is a part of the PMS Master file and contains: (1) Report Date (Date LOEP produced). (2) Force Revision (FR) Number. (3) Type Commander (TYCOM). (4) Unit (Ship's hull number, Unit Identification Code (UIC), and name). (5) Work Center.

(6) MIP Numbers and Nomenclature (brief description of the system/equipment). 103.9 a EGLs and MRCs Specific EGLs are created for each MRC when it applies to a number of identical items (i.e. valves, small arms, etc.) Each item on the EGL will have a unique identifier/serial

number assigned. Each ship prepares its own EGLs. 103.9 b IGLs and MRCs Contains specific equipment tag-out information necessary for that MRC Contains number, locations, and positions of the tagged items and permission/notification requirements Each ship prepares its own TGLs

103.9 c MIPs and MRCs MIPs are issued for each installed system/equipment for which PMS support has been established. MIPs are basic PMS reference documents. Each is an index of a complete set of MRCs

applicable to a ship system, subsystem, or equipment. 103.9 d Change Page and LOEP Change Page indicates all changes (FRs/CANs/DITs) (Force Revisions/Advance Change Notices/Document Input Transmittals) to the WC referencing authorizing document.

lists approved TFBRs submitted for LOEP Corrections. It must reflect the current FR 103.9 e SAFETY PRECAUTIONS listed prior to applicable step on the MRC Specific categories are: Warning: Death or injury may result if the operating/handling procedures and practices are not correctly followed. Warning text may be listed in the safety precautions block and will be repeated preceding the procedure involved.

Caution: Damage to equipment may result if the operating procedures and practices, etc. are not correctly followed. Cautions are not listed in safety precautions block but will precede the instruction for the procedure involved. 103.10

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