Presentation on theme: "Virginia Ship Repair Association (VSRA)"— Presentation transcript:
1 Virginia Ship Repair Association (VSRA) RDML Dave Gale17 January 2012
2 Fleet Review Panel (FRP) RecMaterial ReadinessTrainingOrganizationChain of CommandCultureFinancialsManpower & Manning“The material readiness of the surface force is well below acceptable levels to support reliable, sustained operations at sea and preserve ships to their full service life expectancy. Moreover, the present readiness trends are down. This situation has developed as the result of numerous, well intentioned changes in material readiness related organizations, policies and processes over the last decade. Resolution of the material readiness problems facing the force today and reversal of the downward trends will require enduring commitment in terms of people, funding, policies, organizational realignment and command clarification.”Move “today’s brief” box to elsewhere in brief?Who we areWhat we are doingWhere we are goingHow you can helpToday’s Brief: CNRMCCircle of Readiness
4 “…We are on track to reverse these (negative) trends in two years…” Admiral John C. Harvey, Jr.Testimony to HASC (Subcommittee on Readiness)28 July 2010
5 Change is NeededFleet Review Panel / Study of Surface Community, identification of areas for improvementVADM McCoy’s task to develop a comprehensive Assessment and SustainmentINSURV Failures / Mission FailuresGlide slope for Extended Ship Service Life at riskSuccess of Surface Ship Life Cycle Management Activity (SSLCM), realization that we needed more Surface Maintenance Engineering Planning Program (SURFMEPP)Command changes resulting in CNRMCTYCOM / CLASSRON Organization changes:Why? Unambiguous assignment of roles & responsibility for Maintenance, Modernization and ReadinessMany sources of “motivation” for these changes…
6 Surface FRP Engagement 20092012201120102013Where we‘ve been, What we‘re doing, Where we‘re going20102009Feb - Findings of FRP reportedFeb – CNRMC Robin Hood Road Strategy Session, 5 Big RocksAug – Bi Monthly RMC CDR F2FAug – ST1 ESC launches CoP/KSNAug – HM&E Sustainment Program InitiatedOct – NAMTS program to CNRMCNov – SHIPMAIN review startNov – SURFMEPP standupDec – CNRMC official standupSep – Fleet Readiness Panel commissionedOct -Surface Team 1 establishedOct –NAVSEA ownership of RMCs2011Feb - TSRA policy signedFeb – Pilot Ship programFeb – IPTD programMar – ISEA/RMC lash-upMar – Contracts Governance CNSLApr – MMPR/LCMG & ST1 ESCApr – Surface Training System (STS) PMS339 Program StandupJun – I level Maint. RestartJun – NAMTS policy issuedJul – JFMM review commencesJul – Workforce Dev. Prog. StartAug – PMO CLIN Xsition to IAPAAug – RMC buy aheadSep – SHIPMAIN review completeSep – JINII ConvenesNov – TSRA/FTA Find and Train20122012LCS maintenance planRMC manning plus upJFMM update signedWorkforce Dev. Program fully ImplementedCNRMC Staff fully mannedIntegrated Project Team Development “universal” and fully funded - Goal: 300 events per year in FY13 and IPTD on every CNO availQuality / Work Cert. InitiativesEight KSNs in placeIndustry / Govt. collaborative improvementData & Configuration Mgmt.AIM4RMC and MFOM productsLCS maintenance planRMC manning plus upJFMM update signedWorkforce Dev. Program fully ImplementedUniversal, Integrated Project Team DevelopmentAll KSNs in placeIndustry / Govt. collaborative improvementData & Configuration Mgmt.AIM4RMC and MFOM products(using data from Toms slide): Add INSURVs to FY 12 and 13 (slide 4). Add numerical # of BAWP on production schedule (projected loading) add CNO Avails, and TSRA IV Deployments which equates to x number of man days. Do not list individual names of INSURV ships, only number.20132013DDG1000 maintenance planTSRA /FTA Find, Fix and TrainFull I - Level CapacityFull RMC manningContracts GovernanceStandardization of all RMC processesDDG1000 maintenance planTSRA full implementationFull I Level CapacityFull RMC manningContracts GovernanceStandardization of all RMC processes
7 CNRMC Worldwide Coverage Global Surface Ship Maintenance =$2B+ Business Across RMCsNWRMCDet. NaplesNSSASWRMCJRMCSERMCDet. BahrainHRMC12 ship classes5 MSMO Contract Holders / 19 MSMO Contracts16 Commands: direct stakeholders on ST1 ESC aloneHundreds of Organizational Process/Product Hand-offs160+ ships6 homeports6 RMCs Worldwide3343 Work Force COB. Civilians, Military, ContractorMultiple Processes500+ Availabilities per yearMultiple DatabasesFrequent turn-over of military personnelCNRMC Maintenance Oversight Considerations:
8 SSRI “5 Big Rocks” 2011 Progress End to End ProcessSustainment ProgramSURFMEPPRMC Capacity/CapabilityAvail Execution/ Work CertificationAssessment Plan/PolicyTSRA – FY11: 67 Assessments conductedFY12 / 13: Full ImplementationReview of all LANT/PAC assessments in progressImproved Integrated Assessment ProgramIntegrated Sustainment ProgramImproved maintenance material managementImproved engineering rigor in work package developmentAvailability schedule milestonesMaintenance and modernization integrationEstablish appropriate avail type, schedule, durationSURFMEPP: Stood up 8 Nov 2010 to address scope limitations of SSLCM“I” LevelPOM 12/13: 600 billets obtainedPOM 14: 987 additional billets requestedReconstitution of RMC Capacity/CapabilityUSFFNOTE 9080, dtd 10MAY2011CNRMCLTR 4700, dtd 18JUL2011NAVSEAINST A, dtd 16AUG2011Improved Avail Completion/Work Cert ProcessRoadmap to a coordinated planImprovement of processesCoordinate roles and responsibilities between government & industry partnersObjectives of End to End ProcessGaps identified
9 Total Ships Readiness Assessment (TSRA) TSRA IPre-availability baselining of systems material conditionPre-availability A-240Identify all work items (reduce growth and new work)TSRA IITanks, voids, structures, selected HM&E/C5I and ‘redline’ systemsConcurrent with CNO AvailabilityIntegrated Testing (CNRMC instruction)Work CertificationTSRA IIIPre-deployment assessment (D-180 to D-90)C5RABMDRATSRA IVPrepare ship for major events ex. INSURV (I-120 to I-90)AssessmentPlan/PolicyTSRA Instruction signed 11 FEB 11Continuous Assessment during FRP9
10 Avail Execution/ Work Certification USFFNOTE 9080: 10 May 2011Establishes Standard requirements to properly complete surface ship CNO and other Major Maintenance AvailabilitiesCodified work completion and certification standardsRequires Certification of Key Events (PCD, DT, FC, ST, and Availability Completion)CNRMC Ltr 4700 Ser C211/091: 18 July 2011Specifies the tasks and activities responsible for certification of Maintenance Availabilities as described by 9080 and adds two additional key events;UndockingCombat Systems PCD (ALO for AEGIS Ships)10
11 Availability Risk Management Address and Assess: Risk Management by Avail Project TeamsMethods Modeled after Carrier/ Submarine Team OneRecognize need for Education, Communication, and Application of RM StrategiesCommunicate: Risk & Risk Management to Avail Project TeamsLessons Learned ConferencesIntegrated Project Team DevelopmentGeneral Strategy DevelopmentCommunicate ALL Risks associated with Avail (i.e. Funding, Schedule, Port Loading, etc…)RMC CDRs generate ltr of risk assessedDocument: Risk ManagementRM Strategy Template (to incorporate lessons learned)Availability Specific RM StrategiesAvailability Project Team HandbookDocument Risk IAW DRAFT NAVSEAINST REV -, Risk Management for CNO Availabilities On Submarines, Aircraft Carriers, and Surface ShipsPreliminary Assessment of Availability Risk LTR from RMC Commanding Officer to CNRMC
12 3 Tenets of Contracts Governance Portfolio managementA listing of all contracts that can be used for ship repairProvides an “off ramp” where use of MSMO may or may not make senseMaintained by NAVSEA 02 … But shifting management to CNRMCContracts managementContract Governance Council (CGC) conducted quarterlyCGC participation is “Government Only”, to include CNRMC and all RMC C300 & C400 personnelAvenue to address all issues involving any contract vehicleMSMO ManagementMSMO Summit: Government and MSMO Industry partnersMeets QuarterlyRecent Key Issues:QualityImprove Work SpecificationsIPTE Participation12
14 Workforce Development (WFD) “We need a force that is relevant with the right skills and is masterfully trained .”– CNO, ADM Greenert“[We are] developing standardized training plans for critical maintenance team members (Project Manager, Ship Building Specialist, Assessments Coordinator, Contract Specialist, Integrated Test Coordinator, Port Engineer, and Integrated Project Team) resulting in common standards and certifications.” - USFFC ADM HarveyRMCs collaborated to develop six initial training courses (SBS, PM, Contract Specialists, Assessment Leader, Integrated Test Leader, and Maintenance Team)FY12 funding to provide curriculum development and implementation at all RMCsProvides a fully trained and mobile work force to increase success and match resources to workloadCNRMC to hire full time WFD Program Manager (DEC 11)Fully developed curriculum for first six courses (Apr 12)14
15 NAMTS Navy Afloat Maintenance Training Strategy (NAMTS) NAMTS management function transitioned to CNRMC, Oct. ‘10Sailors receive hands-on experience to support CNO directed self-sustainability conceptSailors earn NAMTS NECs at Naval Shipyards and RMCsSailors with NECs are detailed to NAMTS NEC coded afloat billetsIncrease shipboard self-sufficiency and ability to self-assess/”Find-Fix-Train”15
16 Integrated Project Team Development (IPTD) Aligning People & Processes Before – w/o IPTDIPTD – laser focus on avail executionAs of Mid-December 2011, CNRMC was coordinating 39 active CNO Availabilities and planning an additional 23.IPTD is now fully fundedOur goal is 300 IPTD events by FY13.3 Nov 11
17 IPTD Goals and Objectives Align Project Teams with shared mission, visions, expectations and strategiesBrings key stakeholders customers together (public and private) at specific times during advance planning and executionReinforce Project Team skills, roles and responsibilities, communications, meeting processes and accountabilityRapidly adopt/incorporate Lessons Learned and Best Practices from past availabilitiesReview and refine project planning and execution products while applying project management methods, tools, and processes to availability planning and executionMitigates risks (availability planning and execution) through early identification of issues and communicationProvides professional developmentReduced availability costs
18 Questions? RDML Dave Gale firstname.lastname@example.org 9170 Second St., Suite 245Norfolk, VA(757)
21 NSI Safety Training NAVSEA Standard Item 009-74 Training requirement goes into effect in FY1310 hour mandatory safety course OSHA #7615Training must be conducted by a OSHA #5400 qualified instructorTraining is good for 5 yearsRequirement applies to government and contractor personnel
22 10 Hr Training Requirement Training syllabus:2 Hr Introduction to OSHA1 Hr Fall protection and scaffolding1 Hr Electrical safety1 Hr Confined and enclosed spaces1 Hr Fire protection1 Hr Personal Protection Equipment1 Hr Walking and working surfaces1 Hr lockout/tagout (elective)1 Hr ergonomics and proper lifting techniques (elective)Ensures a minimum training level for all personnel working on Navy ships
23 ImplementationPhased in approach over 2 years (complete by end of FY 13)Equivalent OSHA approved programs may be substituted with concurrence from NRMC Code 200Training may be performed by community colleges, associations or individual companiesImplementation may be extended to initially train workforceAll new employees must be trained within 60 days after employment
24 NSI Wording3.18 Repair and maintenance employees working aboard vessels, dry docks and piers shall have a valid 10 hour OSHA Maritime Shipyard Employment Course #7615 completion card within 60 days of employment.The authorized maritime trainer shall have successfully completed the OSHA 5400 trainer course in occupational safety and health standards for the maritime industry. The authorized maritime trainer shall have a current OSHA Training Institute ID number and shall follow the OSHA outreach training program guidelines.Maintain current copies of the training documents required by the guidelines for reference by the SUPERVISOR. Submit one legible copy in approved transferrable media when requested by the SUPERVISOR.
26 SSRAC ProgramThe Standard Specification for Ship Repair and Alteration Program (SSRAC)Established in 1970 to carry out the development, revision, and control of standard specifications for ship repair and modernization work.SSRAC’s MissionTo be the provider of choice for technically and contractually sound standards for the Navy's ship repair and alteration communityTo reduce redundancy, increase proficiency, and provide a centralized database of standardized technical and contractual requirementsTo provide safety/environmental standards for the Navy's ship repair and alteration communityTo be a fully integrated team of members from all parts of the ship repair and alteration community working for a common goal of "setting the standards"
27 Annual SSRAC MeetingMost recent meeting held Jul 2011 in Ponte Vedra Beach, FLGeneral direction given to all participants during opening briefs:During review of all change proposals, give consideration to quality, certification and standardizationProvide rationale for each change proposal that supports the decision to adopt, not-adopt or adopt as modifiedThe Steering Committee and Sub-committees did discuss the ramifications of adding additional requirements into the standard items where needed to improve quality and certification of workCompliance will take more effort and timeImprovements will increase costs in short termBenefits of improved safety, quality and certification will reduce costs in the long run
28 SSRAC Steering Committee Acts on the recommendations of the subcommittees (final point in the decision/approval process)Handles issues that either cannot be resolved by the subcommittee or are beyond the scope of any one subcommittee.RepresentationProgram Director, NAVSEA 04XENRMC Officer, CNRMCCoordinator, SERMCLegal CounselNNSY Nuclear RepresentativeNAVSEA RepresentativesTYCOM RepresentativesThe words “to submarine nor” and “for surface ships” which show bold, italic, and red are proposed to be deleted.
29 SSRAC Sub-committeesSeven Technical Area Subcommittees review all change proposals and provide recommendations to the Steering Committee with rationaleEnvironmental/Safety/HealthHull/PreservationMachinery/QAPiping/BoilerElectrical/Electronics4-E/PhraseologyGeneral (non-trade-specific issues)RepresentationNAVSEA (technical warrant holder for the specific area)NSWCNavy ship repair and modernization activities (NSYs, RMCs, etc.)Ad hoc members appointed by the SSRAP DirectorVarious private industry ship repair and modernization partnersThe words “to submarine nor” and “for surface ships” which show bold, italic, and red are proposed to be deleted.
30 SSRAC Program Directives NAVSEAINST D (14 Dec 06) purpose:To establish the use of standard specifications in preparation of work items and specifications for naval ships and craft, including nuclear-powered ships and submarines…To organize and define responsibilities for development, revision, and control of these standard specificationsTo ensure appropriate contract language is used in transmitting technical, quality, and environmental/safety requirements to the contractor or AIT.MOA, dated 14 Sep 2011, between NAVSEA 04XE and CNRMCTransferred responsibility for the SSRAC standardization committee process to Dale T. Hirschman, NRMC Code 200 Technical DirectorThe words “to submarine nor” and “for surface ships” which show bold, italic, and red are proposed to be deleted.