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1 1 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SSGT LACHANCE SHOP OPERATIONS

2 2 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY WIIFM During this week of instruction you will be introduced to the items that an operator will utilize and come into contact with on a daily basis while completing his/her mission as a basic, heavy equipment operator.

3 3 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW Ground Equipment Records and Forms Tools and Materials Safety Information Operational Risk Management

4 4 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEARNING OBJECTIVES Terminal Learning Objective Provided references, facilities, forms, personnel, tools and engineer equipment, conduct shop operations to maintain unit readiness without injury to personnel or damage to equipment. (1345-ADMN-1002)

5 5 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEARNING OBJECTIVES Enabling Learning Objective Given technical manual short titles, and without the aid of reference, identify the four elements of a short title per MCO P4790.2C.

6 6 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEARNING OBJECTIVES Enabling Learning Objective With the aid of reference, identify lubrication orders utilized in the maintenance and operation of engineer equipment per TM- 09135C-OR/A.

7 7 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEARNING OBJECTIVES Enabling Learning Objective Without the aid of reference, identify the levels of maintenance per MCO P4790.2C. Without the aid of reference, identify petroleum, oils, and lubricants (POL) utilized in the maintenance and operation of engineer equipment per the Student handout.

8 8 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEARNING OBJECTIVES Enabling Learning Objective Without the aid of reference, identify tools utilized in the maintenance and operation of engineer equipment per the SL-3-11825A.

9 9 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEARNING OBJECTIVES Enabling Learning Objective Without the aid of reference, select the correct records and forms per the TM 4700-15/1_. Without the aid of reference, identify the levels of operational risk management per the MCO 3500.27.

10 10 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY METHOD AND MEDIA Informal Lecture Method Power Point Student Handout Technical Manual Lubrication Order

11 11 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS Complete IRFs following the POI

12 12 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY EVALUATION On the 5 th training day there will be a 25 question written performance exam utilizing a LO.

13 13 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SAFETY IF AT ANYTIME THERE IS A FIRE MAKE YOUR WAY OUT THE BACK DOOR AND GET IN FORMATION BY THE OAK TREES FOR ACCOUNTABILITY AND FURTHER WORD TO BE PASSED. IF WE SHOULD HAVE INCLEMENT WEATHER STAY IN THE CLASSROOM AND WAIT FOR FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS.

14 14 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TECHNICAL MANUALS

15 15 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW Characteristics of TMs Accessing the information contained in a TM

16 16 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY PURPOSE Characteristics Capabilities Specifications Maintenance Emergency operations Operation Safety practices

17 17 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY COVER LAYOUT Type of publication Long title Model designation National stock number (NSN) Date of publication Short title

18 18 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY COVER LAYOUT Type of publication Long title Model designation National stock number (NSN) Date of publication Short title

19 19 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY COVER LAYOUT Type of publication Long title Model designation National stock number (NSN) Date of publication Short title

20 20 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

21 21 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY COVER LAYOUT Type of publication Long title Model designation National stock number (NSN) Date of publication Short title

22 22 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY COVER LAYOUT Type of publication Long title Model designation National stock number (NSN) Date of publication Short title

23 23 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY COVER LAYOUT Type of publication Long title Model designation National stock number (NSN) Date of publication Short title

24 24 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SHORT TITLE TM 10996B – 24/2 TM indicates the type of manual –TM = Technical Manual –UM = Users Manual –LO = Lubrication Order –TI = Technical Instruction, etc.

25 25 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SHORT TITLE TM 10996B – 24/2 09135 –End item ID number –Designator number

26 26 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SHORT TITLE TM 10996B – 24/2 B –End item model

27 27 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SHORT TITLE TM 10996B – 24/2 24 –Echelons of maintenance –2 nd thru 4 th

28 28 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SHORT TITLE TM 10996B – 24/2 2 –Volume number

29 29 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY QUESTIONS?

30 30 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

31 31 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ECHELONS OF MAINTENANCE

32 32 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW Echelons Levels of Maintenance Operator Responsibilities

33 33 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ECHELONS OF MAINTENANCE Past –1 st Echelon (Operator) –2 nd, 3 rd, 4 th, 5 th Echelon (Maintainers)

34 34 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ECHELONS OF MAINTENANCE Organizational – maintenance performed by the trained operator I.A.W T&R standards –Cleaning –Inspecting –Preserving –Lubricating –Adjusting

35 35 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ECHELONS OF MAINTENANCE Intermediate – Maintenance actions performed by specialty trained personnel normally in support of using organizations. –Calibration –Repair –Replacement unserviceable parts, components or assemblies

36 36 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ECHELONS OF MAINTENANCE Depot – Maintenance performed on material requiring major overhaul or complete rebuild of parts, subassemblies, assemblies or end items.

37 37 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY QUESTIONS?

38 38 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

39 39 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Lubrication Order

40 40 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW Characteristics of a Lubrication Order Utilization of a Lubrication Order

41 41 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY PURPOSE Characteristics Contents Utilization

42 42 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LUBRICATION INSTRUCTION /ORDER LO –Contained in the 1 st echelon manual –Separate publication –Utilized to complete PMCS

43 43 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LUBRICATION INSTRUCTION /ORDER LO –Contents Interval -The frequency in which the item is maintained. Item - The item on the equipment, which is to be maintained. Maintenance points - This is the number of places where the listed item can be found.

44 44 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

45 45 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LUBRICATION INSTRUCTION /ORDER LO –Also Contains Description- This tells the operator the required maintenance action. Material - This tells the operator what material, if any, is required for a particular item. Recommended lubricants - This area tells the operator the lubricants required to complete PMCS

46 46 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LUBRICATION INSTRUCTION /ORDER LI & LOs –Lubrication Instruction may differ in layout –Contains similar information as the Lubrication Order

47 47 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY QUESTIONS?

48 48 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SUMMARY Characteristics of a LO How to utilize a LO Reference is Power

49 49 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

50 50 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY PETROLEUM, OIL AND LUBRICANTS (POLS)

51 51 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW Purpose Characteristics Function Identification

52 52 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Lubricants –Solid / liquid –Reduces friction –Reduces wear –Distribute heat

53 53 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Classifying Oils Oils are classified be their Viscosity –Viscosity = Thickness –The higher the viscosity the thicker the Oil –Example - 70w has a higher viscosity (or thickness) than 10w

54 54 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL MULTI VISCOSE OILS – 15w40 – is an example of a multi viscose oil. This means that the oil has a viscosity of 15, but when heated up it thickens to a viscosity of 40.

55 55 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Accountable for proper lubrication –Operators are held responsible for Malfunctions Damage Production loss

56 56 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Common POLs UTILIZED IN Engineer Equipment

57 57 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Oil, Engine (OE) –Lubricates internals –Improves sealing –Dissolves Contaminates –Stops corrosion –Removes heat

58 58 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Oil, Engine (OE) –Lubricates internals –Improves sealing –Dissolves Contaminates –Stops corrosion –Removes heat

59 59 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Oil, Engine (OE) –Lubricates internals –Improves sealing –Dissolves Contaminates –Stops corrosion –Removes heat

60 60 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Oil, Engine (OE) –Lubricates internals –Improves sealing –Dissolves Contaminates –Stops corrosion –Removes heat

61 61 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Oil, Engine (OE) –Lubricates internals –Improves sealing –Dissolves Contaminates –Stops corrosion –Removes heat

62 62 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL 15w40 1qt - 55gal Technical Manual

63 63 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Hydraulic Oil (HDO) –Transfers engine power Hydraulic cylinders Hydraulic motors

64 64 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL 10w 1qt - 55gal Technical Manual

65 65 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

66 66 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Transmission Fluid –A special hydraulic fluid sent under pressure by the transmissions internal oil pump through the valve body to control the clutches and the bands in order to control the planetary gear sets inside the transmission.

67 67 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Transmission Fluid –Light HDO 10w –Full Synthetic Dextron V –OEM Specifications per TM

68 68 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Transmission Fluid –Packaging similar to OE/HDO –1qt - 55gal

69 69 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Gear Oil (GO) –Manual transmissions –Transfer cases –Planetary gear hubs –Differentials

70 70 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Gear Oil (GO) –Manual transmissions –Transfer cases –Planetary gear hubs –Differentials

71 71 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Gear Oil (GO) –Manual transmissions –Transfer cases –Planetary gear hubs –Differentials

72 72 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Gear Oil (GO) –Manual transmissions –Transfer cases –Planetary gear hubs –Differentials

73 73 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL High Viscosity –75w – 140w 80w90 –Most common

74 74 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Grease Artillery Automotive (GAA) –A thick viscous substance used to lubricate metal on metal contact –Primary grease used externally on equipment pivot points

75 75 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Grease Point - Lubes pivot point

76 76 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Grease zerk fitting

77 77 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL 35 lb Grease Tube

78 78 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Antifreeze –Ethylene Glycol Vehicle cooling system Raises boiling point Reduces freezing point 50/50 ratio Operator is responsible for pre mix

79 79 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Antifreeze –Ethylene Glycol Vehicle cooling system - Radiator Raises boiling point Reduces freezing point 50/50 ratio Operator is responsible for pre mix

80 80 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Antifreeze –Ethylene Glycol Vehicle cooling system Raises boiling point Reduces freezing point 50/50 ratio Operator is responsible for pre mix

81 81 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Antifreeze –Ethylene Glycol Vehicle cooling system Raises boiling point Reduces freezing point 50/50 ratio Operator is responsible for pre mix

82 82 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Antifreeze –Ethylene Glycol Vehicle cooling system Raises boiling point Reduces freezing point 50/50 ratio Operator is responsible for pre mix

83 83 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Antifreeze –Ethylene Glycol Vehicle cooling system Raises boiling point Reduces freezing point 50/50 ratio Operator is responsible for pre mix

84 84 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Antifreeze –Extended Life Coolant (ELC) Longer service life Reduced Corrosion Do not mix or dilute See TM

85 85 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY QUESTIONS

86 86 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

87 87 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY POL Shed Demonstration

88 88 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TOOLS

89 89 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW Purpose Identification Proper use

90 90 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TOOLS General Mechanic's Toolbox –Operator/Mechanic –Organizational Level Maintenance

91 91 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TOOLS CONT. B.O.B. - Basic Operators Bag - Organizational Level Maintenance

92 92 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

93 93 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY GMTB / BOB Demonstration

94 94 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY QUESTIONS

95 95 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SUMMARY Purpose Identification Proper Use !!Use the right Tool for the right job!!

96 96 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY

97 97 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

98 98 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY GROUND EQUIPMENT RECORDS AND FORMS

99 99 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW NAVMC 10523 NAVMC 10524 SF 91 SF 94 DD 518

100 100 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY RECORDS AND FORMS Uses –Implementation, accountability, readiness of operators and equipment IOT complete the engineering mission.

101 101 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ENGINEER EQUIPMENT OPERATIONAL RECORD NAVMC 10523 (TRIP TICKET)

102 102 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW Trip ticket –Implementation –Purpose –Dispatcher Responsibilities –Operator Responsibilities –Characteristics –Preparation

103 103 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY PURPOSE Authority to operate a piece of equipment on an assigned mission. Checklist for conducting daily PMCS. Recording mileage or hours for equipment operation so that PMCS may be scheduled. Need not be prepared when equipment has an ERO submitted, or is operated in the motor pool.

104 104 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TRIP TICKET A unit requires HE support to complete their mission A request is generated and sent to the HE units S-3 S-3 processes the request and passes it to HE Plt. Ops Chief Ops Chief oks the support mission Dispatcher puts mission data on trip ticket Operator utilizes trip ticket to complete the mission

105 105 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TRIP TICKET A unit requires HE support to complete their mission A request is generated and sent to the HE units S-3 S-3 processes the request and passes it to HE Plt. Ops Chief Ops Chief oks the support mission Dispatcher puts mission data on trip ticket Operator utilizes trip ticket to complete the mission

106 106 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TRIP TICKET A unit requires HE support to complete their mission A request is generated and sent to the HE units S-3 S-3 processes the request and passes it to HE Plt. Ops Chief Ops Chief oks the support mission Dispatcher puts mission data on trip ticket Operator utilizes trip ticket to complete the mission

107 107 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TRIP TICKET A unit requires HE support to complete their mission A request is generated and sent to the HE units S-3 S-3 processes the request and passes it to HE Plt. Ops Chief Ops Chief oks the support mission Dispatcher puts mission data on trip ticket Operator utilizes trip ticket to complete the mission

108 108 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TRIP TICKET A unit requires HE support to complete their mission A request is generated and sent to the HE units S-3 S-3 processes the request and passes it to HE Plt. Ops Chief Ops Chief oks the support mission Dispatcher puts mission data on trip ticket Operator utilizes trip ticket to complete the mission

109 109 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TRIP TICKET A unit requires HE support to complete their mission A request is generated and sent to the HE units S-3 S-3 processes the request and passes it to HE Plt. Ops Chief Ops Chief oks the support mission Dispatcher puts mission data on trip ticket Operator utilizes trip ticket to complete the mission

110 110 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TRIP TICKET A unit requires HE support to complete their mission A request is generated and sent to the HE units S-3 S-3 processes the request and passes it to HE Plt. Ops Chief Ops Chief oks the support mission Dispatcher puts mission data on trip ticket Operator utilizes trip ticket to complete the mission

111 111 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TRIP TICKET (FRONT)

112 112 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY TRIP TICKET (BACK)

113 113 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Dispatcher Responsibilities

114 114 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DISPATCHER RESPONSIBILITIES Mission Data

115 115 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DISPATCHER RESPONSIBILITIES Date 091015

116 116 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DISPATCHER RESPONSIBILITIES Date Equipment 091015 LCRTF

117 117 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DISPATCHER RESPONSIBILITIES Date Equipment Serial # 091015 LCTRF 627445

118 118 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DISPATCHER RESPONSIBILITIES Date Equipment Serial # Organization 091015 LCTRF 627445 MarCorDet

119 119 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DISPATCHER RESPONSIBILITIES Date Equipment Serial # Organization 1 st Operator 091015 LCTRF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob

120 120 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DISPATCHER RESPONSIBILITIES Date Equipment Serial # Organization 1 st Operator Time Out 091015 LCTRF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730

121 121 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DISPATCHER RESPONSIBILITIES Date Equipment Serial # Organization 1 st Operator Time Out Disp. Sign 091015 LCTRF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette

122 122 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DISPATCHER RESPONSIBILITIES Date Equipment Serial # Organization 1 st Operator Time Out Disp. Sign Report To 091015 LCTRF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to

123 123 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DISPATCHER RESPONSIBILITIES Date Equipment Serial # Organization 1 st Operator Time Out Disp. Sign Report To Org. PMCS 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245

124 124 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

125 125 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Operator Responsibilities

126 126 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Complete blocks pertaining to operation and maintenance of the equipment. Complete blocks pertaining to daily PMCS –Operator will treat and conduct 8 or 10 hour PMCS, recommended by the manufacture in the appropriate TM, as daily PMCS. Forward the completed NAVMC 10523 to the dispatcher.

127 127 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Before Operations

128 128 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Hours/Miles –Hr Meter 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423

129 129 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Legend –Actions to be taken Operation –when to do it –Before, During, After Item # –What is being checked, serviced, etc. Remarks –List of discrepancies

130 130 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Check - The act of inspecting or testing, as for accuracy or quality

131 131 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Service - To make fit for use; adjust, repair, or maintain

132 132 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Verify - to establish the truth, accuracy, or reality of

133 133 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Not applicable – not capable of or suitable for being applied

134 134 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Adjustment / Repair required – in need of 2 nd echelon or higher maintenance

135 135 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Adjustment / Repair required – in need of 2 nd echelon or higher maintenance –Detailed description Item # What Where

136 136 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Defect Corrected – fixed before the closing of the 10523

137 137 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Legend –What to do Operation –When to do it –Before, During, After Item # –What is being checked, serviced, etc. Remarks –List of discrepancies

138 138 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Legend –what to do Operation –when to do it –Before, During, After Item # –What is being checked, serviced, etc. Remarks –List of discrepancies

139 139 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Legend –what to do Operation –when to do it –Before, During, After Item # –What is being checked, serviced, etc. Remarks –List of discrepancies

140 140 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Before checks –Completed before leaving motor pool Example

141 141 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Before checks –Completed before leaving motor pool Example –Item 1

142 142 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Before checks –Completed before leaving motor pool Example –Item 1 –Before Operation

143 143 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Before checks –Completed before leaving motor pool Example –Item 1 –Before Operation –Check

144 144 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Before checks –Completed before leaving motor pool Example –Item 1 –Before Operation –Check –Damage, Pilferage, or Loss

145 145 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Found –Damage, Pilferage, or Loss

146 146 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Found –Damage, Pilferage, or Loss ADJ / RPR Req.

147 147 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Found –Damage, Pilferage, or Loss ADJ / RPR Req. X the box X

148 148 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Found –Damage, Pilferage, or Loss ADJ / RPR Req. X the box Detailed description X 1) Fender missing, right, front

149 149 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES None Found –Damage, Pilferage, or Loss

150 150 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES None Found –Damage, Pilferage, or Loss Initial box KSF

151 151 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES None Found –Damage, Pilferage, or Loss Initial box Move to next Item and repeat KSF

152 152 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES During Operations

153 153 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES During checks –Completed during equipment operation Example

154 154 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES During checks –Completed during equipment operation Example –During

155 155 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES During checks –Completed during equipment operation Example –During –Item 5

156 156 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES During checks –Completed during equipment operation Example –During –Item 5 –Check

157 157 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES During checks –Completed during equipment operation Example –During –Item 5 –Check –YES –NO KSF

158 158 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES During checks –Completed during equipment operation Example –During –Item 5 –Check –YES –NO X 5) Tachometer INOP

159 159 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES During checks –Completed during equipment operation Example –During –Item 5 –Check –YES –NO Move to next Item and repeat X 5) Tachometer INOP

160 160 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

161 161 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES After Operations

162 162 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Released By –Signed by mission supervisor 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445

163 163 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES After checks –Completed before returning the 10523 to the dispatcher Example

164 164 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES After checks –Completed before returning the 10523 to the dispatcher Example –After

165 165 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES After checks –Completed before returning the 10523 to the dispatcher Example –After –Item 20

166 166 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES After checks –Completed before returning the 10523 to the dispatcher Example –After –Item 20 –Service

167 167 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES After checks –Completed before returning the 10523 to the dispatcher Example –After –Item 20 –Service –Clean Filter Move to next Item and repeat KSF

168 168 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Time In Time Stop Totals Work Performed 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630

169 169 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Time In Time Stop Totals Work Performed 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630427

170 170 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Time In Time Stop Totals Note: Hrs are written in half hour increments ie. (.5 or 30) Work Performed 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630427 9 4

171 171 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Time In Time Stop Totals Work Performed –Verifies mission has been completed 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630427 9 4 Jimmy Pile Work performed

172 172 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Diesel Gas Engine Oil Gear Oil Grease 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630427 9 4 Jimmy Pile 12 Work performed

173 173 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Diesel Gas –N/A Engine Oil Gear Oil Grease 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630427 9 4 Jimmy Pile 12 Work performed

174 174 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Diesel Gas –N/A Engine Oil Gear Oil Grease 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630427 9 4 Jimmy Pile 12 1 Work performed

175 175 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Diesel Gas –N/A Engine Oil Gear Oil –N/A Grease 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630427 9 4 Jimmy Pile 12 1 Work performed

176 176 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Diesel Gas –N/A Engine Oil Gear Oil –N/A Grease 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630427 9 4 Jimmy Pile 12 1.25 Work performed

177 177 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Equip. Forman –Verifies that PMCS was completed properly 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630427 9 4 Jimmy Pile 12 1.25 Jason Sweno Work performed

178 178 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Operator signature –PMCS Complete 091015 LCRTF 627445 MarCorDet Pile,Jimmy,Bob 0730 Kenneth Fissette Location the Operator is to report to 500 245 500 245 500 500 245 423 Mike Hardcore GySgt / USMC 1445 1630427 9 4 Jimmy Pile 12 1.25 Jimmy Pile Jason Sweno Work performed

179 179 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Questions?

180 180 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

181 181 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY NAVMC 10523 PRACTICAL APPLICATION

182 182 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SCENARIO A 20100108TRAM604829MARCORDET Jason P Sweno 07301842 18461730 104 Name as on OF-346 Cpl. Pinnauts BLD. 3434 Cpl. Pinnauts 1630 Your Name 42.252 Lot foreman, SNCOIC, or OIC 20001750200017502000 250

183 183 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SCENARIO A X 1.Right front fender bent 1.Left side mirror missing 2.C1 attachment tilt cylinder wiper seal 1. Lost retaining wing nut for air filter X X INT X

184 184 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SCENARIO B 20100108TRAMMMV626284MARCORDET Jason P Sweno 1930624 6290830 135 Name as on OF-346 CWO L. S. Marine Naha Port CWO L. S. Marine 0615 Your Name.251 Lot foreman, SNCOIC, or OIC 750500750500250750500

185 185 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SCENARIO B X 1.Air hose missing 5.Tachometer INOP 1.Fork carriage bent 15.Drive belt worn 1.Damage engine hatch tore right side mirror off X INT X X X

186 186 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SCENARIO C 20100108TRAMLCRTF363255MARCORDET Jason P Sweno 0930325 1330 4 0 Name as on OF-346 LCpl. Holmburg Bid. 4415 LCpl Holmburg 1245 Your Name Lot foreman, SNCOIC, or OIC 50000 06

187 187 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SCENARIO C X 16. Had to slave off 2.C1 fork side shift cylinder 13.Left tail light INOP INT X X X X

188 188 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES 10 min break

189 189 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY CONSOLIDATED ENGINEER EQUIPMENT OPERATION LOG AND SERVICE RECORD NAVMC 10524 (CON-LOG)

190 190 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW Con-Log –Purpose –Characteristics –Operator Responsibilities –Preparation Instructions

191 191 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY PURPOSE Provides authority for an operator to operate on an assigned mission. May be used in place of a trip ticket when equipment is being operated on a project site for extended periods time.

192 192 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY PURPOSE Records mileage/hours for PMCS scheduling. Contains BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER checks and services checklist Need not be prepared when equipment has an ERO submitted, or is operated in the motorpool.

193 193 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY NAVMC 10524 (FRONT)

194 194 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY NAVMC 10524 (BACK)

195 195 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES

196 196 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Complete all blocks pertaining to the operation and maintenance while under the operators control before returning the equipment to the motor pool. Operator completes 8-10 hr daily PMCS as recommended by the TM and initials pertaining blocks.

197 197 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Before Operations

198 198 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Date Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909 GAA LBS 103090

199 199 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Date Start Hours Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510 GAA LBS 103090

200 200 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Perform before checks –Only mark if Adj/Rpr req. –Notify foreman or dispatch Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09

201 201 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES During Operations

202 202 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Perform during checks –Only mark if Adj/Rpr req. –Notify foreman or dispatch Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09

203 203 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

204 204 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES After Operations

205 205 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Perform after checks –Only mark if Adj/Rpr req. –Notify foreman or dispatch Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09

206 206 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Stop Hours Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510515 GAA LBS 103090

207 207 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Stop Hours Total Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510515 GAA LBS 103090 5

208 208 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Stop Hours Total POLs used –Grease Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510515 GAA LBS 103090 5.25

209 209 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Stop Hours Total POLs used –Grease –Fuel Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510515 GAA LBS 103090 5.2540

210 210 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Stop Hours Total POLs used –Grease –Fuel –Hydro Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510515 GAA LBS 103090 5.25402qt

211 211 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Stop Hours Total POLs used –Grease –Fuel –Hydro –OE Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510515 GAA LBS 103090 5.25402qt4qt

212 212 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Stop Hours Total POLs used –Grease –Fuel –Hydro –OE –GO Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510515 GAA LBS 103090 5.25402qt4qt1qt

213 213 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Air Filter –Service CL / CH Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510515 GAA LBS 103090 5.25402qt4qt1qtCL

214 214 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Air Filter –Service CL / CH 8-10 hr PMCS Complete –Initial Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510515 GAA LBS 103090 5.25402qt4qt1qtCLKSF

215 215 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Every day or every shift starts a new line. Scraper, Tractor, Wheeled08900A53102509090954063 5-3805-248-23-15-3805-248-14&P-1 2000 23871387 1000 887 500250 637 IAW TMFEB10FEB09 090909510515 GAA LBS 103090 5.25402qt4qt1qtCLKSF

216 216 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Questions?

217 217 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

218 218 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY NAVMC 10524 PRACTICAL APPLICATION

219 219 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Tractor, Medium Crawler11503A6862112009092854063 11503A-OI/311530-A 5001000200040005000 2501000200040005000Mar 10250 0909283663748 GAA LBS.5056 104090 CLINT 1 gal 09092937438282 qrts.25CLINT 0909303823908.2572CLINT 09100139039882 qrts1 qrtCLINT

220 220 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY X 1. Dent in fuel tank during operation

221 221 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES 10 min break

222 222 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ACCIDENT FORMS

223 223 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 Motor Vehicle Accident Report SF 94 Statement of Witness DD 518 Accident-Identification Card

224 224 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW 91, 94, DD518 –Purpose –Operator Responsibilities –Preparation instructions

225 225 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 Motor Vehicle Accident Report

226 226 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 Purpose –Provide a detailed report of any accident involving a motor vehicle

227 227 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 Operator Responsibilities –The Operator of the vehicle involved is responsible for submitting this report. The operator fills out sections 1 – 9. A Second party can initiate for the operator using any witness (s) if the operator is unable to complete the report.

228 228 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 Supervisors Responsibilities –The Operators supervisor (OIC) will fill out section 10.

229 229 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 Investigating Officers Responsibilities –If it is determined that an investigation is needed the Investigating Officer will fill out sections 11 - 13 Per the JAG Manual. –Investigations are initiated when the accident has caused bodily injury, a fatality and/or damage exceeding $500.

230 230 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 Preparation Instructions –Self-explanatory –Instruction are located on Pg 1.

231 231 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 Filing –All operators will Carry (1) SF 91 per vehicle while operating Disposition –The dispatcher will retain the SF 91 with the accident investigation for a minimum of one year.

232 232 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 (4) Pages Fill out sec. 1-9 Read directions Page 1

233 233 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 (4) Pages Fill out sec. 1-9 Read directions Page 2

234 234 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 (4) Pages Fill out sec. 1-9 Read directions Page 3

235 235 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 (4) Pages Fill out sec. 1-9 Read directions Page 4

236 236 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Questions?

237 237 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 91 PRACTICAL APPLICATION

238 238 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

239 239 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 94 Statement of Witness

240 240 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 94 Purpose –Provides a detailed statement from any accident witness –Per section 5 of the SF91 witness must fill out the SF 94

241 241 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 94 Responsibilities –Operator request that witness complete SF 94 Voluntary for the public Mandatory for government employees

242 242 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 94 Preparation Instructions –Self-explanatory Filing –All operators will carry (2) SF 94s per vehicle while operating Disposition –The dispatcher will retain the SF94 with the SF 91 and keep them on file for a minimum of one year

243 243 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 94 (2) Pages Page 1

244 244 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SF 94 (2) Pages Page 2

245 245 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Questions?

246 246 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DD 518 Accident-Identification Card

247 247 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DD 518 Purpose –Provides any person(s) involved in an accident all the information they require of the operator.

248 248 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DD 518 Responsibilities –Complete as many copies as required –Second party may complete the DD 518 utilizing the: NAVMC 10523 (Trip Ticket) OF-346 (Operators License)

249 249 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DD 518 Preparation Instructions –Self-explanatory Filing –The operator will carry several per vehicle while operating Disposition –Give to all interested parties at the scene of the accident that may require your information

250 250 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY DD 518 (2) Sided

251 251 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SUMMARY 91, 94, DD518 –Purpose –Operator Responsibilities –Preparation instructions

252 252 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Questions?

253 253 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

254 254 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Operational Risk Management

255 255 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY WIIFM With this class you will be acquainted with the Operational Risk Management program concept, process and how to implement during your daily operations. Slide 255

256 256 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY OVERVIEW Operational Risk Management Concept Terms Process Slide 256

257 257 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM CONCEPT Slide 257

258 258 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM CONCEPT Decision making tool –Used by all people at all levels –Increase operational effectiveness Anticipating hazards Reducing the potential for loss Increasing probability of a successful mission Slide 258

259 259 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM CONCEPT Increases our ability to make informed decisions, by: Providing the best baseline of: Knowledge Experience Slide 259

260 260 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM CONCEPT Minimizing risks to acceptable levels based on mission accomplishment –Risk in war > than in peacetime –Process is still the same Slide 260

261 261 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM CONCEPT Applying the ORM Concept will: –Reduce mishaps –Lower costs –Provide for more efficient use of resources Slide 261

262 262 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM TERMS Slide 262

263 263 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM TERMS Hazard - A condition with the potential to cause: Personal injury Death Property damage Mission degradation Risk - Expression of possible loss in terms of: Severity Probability Slide 263

264 264 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM TERMS Risk Assessment –A process of detecting hazards & Assessing associated risks Slide 264

265 265 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM TERMS Operational Risk Management –A process of dealing with risks associated with Military operations, which include: Risk assessment Risk decision making Implementation of effective risk controls Slide 265

266 266 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

267 267 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS Slide 267

268 268 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS A five step process: Identify hazards Assess hazards Make risk decisions Implement controls Supervise Slide 268

269 269 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS 1) Identify Hazards: – Outline / chart major steps in the operation – (Operational analysis) – Conduct preliminary hazard analysis – List all hazards associated with each step – List all causes of those hazards Slide 269

270 270 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS 2) Assess Hazards: – Each hazard identified – Determine associated risk Probability Severity Slide 270

271 271 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS 3) Make Risk Decisions: –Develop risk control options Serious risk first –Select controls to reduce risk –(Mission accomplishment) –Controls in place - decide Benefit of operation outweigh risk? Communicate with higher authority –Chain of Command Slide 271

272 272 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS 4) Implement Controls –These are measures that can be implemented to eliminate hazards or r educe the degree of risk. Engineering controls Administrative controls Personal protective equip Slide 272

273 273 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS Engineering Controls –Engineering methods to reduce risks. Design Material selection Material substitution –Technically - feasible –Economically Slide 273

274 274 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS Administrative Controls –Reduce risk through specific admin actions. Provide suitable: –Warnings –Markings –Signs –Notices –Establish written: Policies Programs Instructions SOPs Slide 274

275 275 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS Administrative Controls –Train Personnel to: Recognize hazards Take appropriate actions Limit the exposure to a hazard Reduce number of personnel/assets Length they are exposed Slide 275

276 276 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS Personal protective equipment –Serves as a barrier between personnel & hazard –Used when other controls do not reduce the hazard to an acceptable level Slide 276

277 277 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PROCESS 5) Supervise –Conduct-follow up evaluations of controls to ensure they: Remain in place Have the desired effect –Continuously monitor for changes and take corrective action when needed Slide 277

278 278 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY 10 min break

279 279 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEVELS OF ORM Slide 279

280 280 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEVELS OF ORM –ORM exists on three levels: Time-critical Deliberate In-depth –Commander selects which level of ORM depending on: Mission Situation Time available Proficiency level Assets available Slide 280

281 281 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEVELS OF ORM Objective of ORM: Develop sufficient proficiency in applying the process so that ORM becomes an automatic or intuitive part of our decision making methodology. Slide 281

282 282 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEVELS OF ORM Time Critical –On the run mental or oral review of the situation –Uses the five-step process without recording the information on paper –Employed by experienced personnel –Used to consider risks in a time-compressed situation Slide 282

283 283 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEVELS OF ORM –Normally used: During the execution phase of training or operations In planning during crisis response scenarios –Helpful in choosing course of action when an unplanned event occurs Slide 283

284 284 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEVELS OF ORM Deliberate –This is the complete application of the five- step process: Used for planning an operation or evaluating procedures Most effective when conducted in a group Slide 284

285 285 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY LEVELS OF ORM In-Depth –Deliberate process with a more thorough assessment Research of available data Use of diagram and analysis tools formal testing Long term tracking of the hazards Slide 285

286 286 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY FOUR PRINCIPALS OF ORM Slide 286

287 287 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY FOUR PRINCIPLES OF ORM 1) Accept risk when the benefits outweigh the cost –MCDP, War fighting, states, Risk is inherent in war and is involved in every mission. Risk is also related to gain; normally greater potential gain requires greater risk. Slide 287

288 288 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY FOUR PRINCIPLES OF ORM –The goal of ORM is not to eliminate risk, but to manage the risk so that the mission can be accomplished with the minimum amount of loss. Slide 288

289 289 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY FOUR PRINCIPLES OF ORM 2) Accept no unnecessary risk MCDP also states, We should clearly understand that the acceptance of risk does not equate to the imprudent willingness to gamble… –Take only risks necessary to accomplish the mission Slide 289

290 290 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY FOUR PRINCIPLES OF ORM 3) Anticipate and manage risk by planning –Controlled easier when identified early Slide 290

291 291 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY FOUR PRINCIPLES OF ORM 4) Make risk decisions at the right level –Leader directly responsible for the operation makes risk management decisions –Critical Elements: Prudence Experience Intuition Situational awareness of leaders Slide 291

292 292 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY RISK ASSESMENT MATRIX Slide 292

293 293 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY RISK ASSESSMENT MATRIX –Used during the second step of ORM –Can provide a consistent framework for evaluating work –Based on: Elements of hazard severity Mishap probability Slide 293

294 294 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY RISK ASSESSMENT MATRIX Hazard severity: Assessment of the worst consequence or result of a hazard. –Severity - potential degree of: Injury Illness Property damage Loss of assets (time - $ - personnel) Effect on mission Slide 294

295 295 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY RISK ASSESSMENT MATRIX Hazard severity: Four categories –Category I Death Loss of facility Grave damage to national interests –Category II: Severe injury Property damage Damage to national interests Slide 295

296 296 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY RISK ASSESSMENT MATRIX Hazard severity: Four categories –Category III: Minor injury Minor property damage Minor damage to national interests –Category IV: Minimal Threat Slide 296

297 297 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY RISK ASSESSMENT MATRIX Mishap Probability: –Hazard will result in a mishap / loss based on: Location Exposure Affected populations Experience Previous information Slide 297

298 298 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY RISK ASSESSMENT MATRIX Mishap Probability: 4 sub-categories –Sub-category A: Likely to occur immediately or within a short period of time –Sub-category B: Probably will occur in time –Sub-category C: May occur in time –Sub-category D: Unlikely to occur Slide 298

299 299 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY RISK ASSESSMENT MATRIX Risk Assessment Code (RAC). The RAC is an expression of risk which combines the elements of hazards, severity, and mishap probability. RAC 1. Critical RAC 2. Serious RAC 3. Moderate RAC 4. Minor RAC 5. Negligible

300 300 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY RISK ASSESSMENT MATRIX Slide 300 A BCD I II III IV 1 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 2 3 4 5 3 4 5 5 LikelyProbableUnlikelyMay Death, Loss of Asset Severe Injury, Damage Minor Injury, Damage Minimal Damage Probability Severity Risk Management Matrix

301 301 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY ORM PRACTICAL APPLICATION

302 302 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY Questions?

303 303 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY SUMMARY –Technical Manuals –Lubrication orders –Levels of maintenance –POL –Tools –Records and forms –ORM Slide 303

304 304 ENGINEER EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION COMPANY BREAK 10min break Slide 304


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