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3M & Navy Supply System. Objectives Objective of the 3-M systemObjective of the 3-M system Purposes of the 3-M subsystemsPurposes of the 3-M subsystems.

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1 3M & Navy Supply System

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3 Objectives Objective of the 3-M systemObjective of the 3-M system Purposes of the 3-M subsystemsPurposes of the 3-M subsystems –Planned maintenance subsystem (PMS) –Maintenance data collection system (MDCS) Duties of the division officer and work center supervisor in the conduct of the 3-M systemDuties of the division officer and work center supervisor in the conduct of the 3-M system

4 3-M System What is the 3- M System?What is the 3- M System? Maintenance, Material, ManagementMaintenance, Material, Management Purpose:Purpose: –Provides a means of managing maintenance aboard a ship –Provides efficient uniform methods of conducting and recording preventive and corrective maintenance in a way that allows easy access to the collected data

5 3-M Objectives Standardization - achieve uniform maintenance standards and criteriaStandardization - achieve uniform maintenance standards and criteria Efficiency - effective use of available manpower and material resources in maintenanceEfficiency - effective use of available manpower and material resources in maintenance Documentation - recording of maintenance to establish material historyDocumentation - recording of maintenance to establish material history Analysis - provision to be used in the improvement of maintainability and reliability of systems and equipment, and the reduction of cost of material ownershipAnalysis - provision to be used in the improvement of maintainability and reliability of systems and equipment, and the reduction of cost of material ownership

6 3-M Objectives Configuration Status Accounting - a means of reporting and recording changes in what equipment is installed onboard, equipment configuration specifications, and shipboard locationConfiguration Status Accounting - a means of reporting and recording changes in what equipment is installed onboard, equipment configuration specifications, and shipboard location Scheduling - standardized method for scheduling, planning, managing, and tracking maintenance required and accomplishedScheduling - standardized method for scheduling, planning, managing, and tracking maintenance required and accomplished

7 3-M Subsystems 3-M Subsystems Planned Maintenance System (PMS) – –Standardized method of planning, scheduling, and accomplishing preventive maintenance Maintenance Data System (MDS) – –Allows maintenance personnel to report applicable maintenance requirements and configuration changes to equipment

8 PMS Terms PMS Terms Preventive maintenance – –actions intended to prevent or discover functional failure (ie changing oil / filters, cleaning components) Corrective maintenance – –actions taken to fix equipment that has failed or is working below standards

9 PMS Terms PMS Terms LOEP - List of Effective Pages – –List of MIP’s for each piece of equipment within a specific work center (division) MIP - Maintenance Index Page – –Issued for each piece of equipment – –Index of all MRC’s for equipment MRC - Maintenance Requirement Card – –Detailed procedure for performing maintenance (how, who, what, when)

10 Periodicity Codes D - dailyD - daily 2D - every 2nd day2D - every 2nd day W - weeklyW - weekly M - monthlyM - monthly 2M - Every 2nd month2M - Every 2nd month Q - quarterlyQ - quarterly S - semiannuallyS - semiannually A - annuallyA - annually R - situational U - unscheduled maintenance LU - lay-up PM - periodic maint. SU - start up OT - operational test

11 Cycle PMS Schedule Planned maintenance between major overhaulsPlanned maintenance between major overhauls Supervised by the department headSupervised by the department head Prepared by using LOEP and MIP’sPrepared by using LOEP and MIP’s Used to prepare the quarterly scheduleUsed to prepare the quarterly schedule

12 Quarterly Schedule Visual display of Work Center PMSVisual display of Work Center PMS Covers 13 weeksCovers 13 weeks Department Head supervisesDepartment Head supervises Used to prepare weekly PMS scheduleUsed to prepare weekly PMS schedule

13 Weekly Schedule Visual display of Work Center PMSVisual display of Work Center PMS Covers 7 daysCovers 7 days Permits scheduling PMS dailyPermits scheduling PMS daily Division Officer supervisesDivision Officer supervises WCS assigns tasks and updates as maintenance is performedWCS assigns tasks and updates as maintenance is performed

14 Benefits of PMS Benefits of PMS Increased equipment reliabilityIncreased equipment reliability Improved planning and managementImproved planning and management Simplified recordsSimplified records Excellent training aidExcellent training aid Continuity and standardization of maintenanceContinuity and standardization of maintenance Increased safetyIncreased safety

15 Problems of PMS Problems of PMS Not self-starting nor self-sustainingNot self-starting nor self-sustaining Will not automatically and effortlessly produce good resultsWill not automatically and effortlessly produce good results Personnel shortage and turnoverPersonnel shortage and turnover Training in maintenance requiredTraining in maintenance required Occasional errors must be expected (though not necessarily accepted)Occasional errors must be expected (though not necessarily accepted)

16 Maintenance Data Collection System PurposePurpose –Allows maintenance personnel to report applicable maintenance requirements and configuration changes to equipment Interaction with supply systemInteraction with supply system –Equipment request forms

17 Maintenance Action Forms 2K - ships hand generated form2K - ships hand generated form 2Q - ships computer generated form2Q - ships computer generated form 2R - Maintenance Facility computer generated form2R - Maintenance Facility computer generated form

18 Tracking Corrective Maintenance CSMP - Current Ship’s Management ProjectCSMP - Current Ship’s Management Project –Consolidated listing of corrective maintenance to be completed SFWL - Ship’s Force Work ListSFWL - Ship’s Force Work List –Listing of work center corrective maintenance to be completed

19 Supply Interface hand written supply request hand written supply request –old method –generally internal use computer generated supply request computer generated supply request –internal or external use

20 Feedback Forms Report discrepancies and problemsReport discrepancies and problems Request PMS coverageRequest PMS coverage Request PMS materialsRequest PMS materials

21 Discussion/Emphasis Discussion/Emphasis Overall importance of preventive maintenanceOverall importance of preventive maintenance Necessity of corrective action for maintenance deficienciesNecessity of corrective action for maintenance deficiencies Impact of 3-M on combat readinessImpact of 3-M on combat readiness Responsibility for 3-MResponsibility for 3-M –Division –Work center supervisor

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